Rachel Phillips KVIA, Bio, Age, Height, Parents, Husband, Children, Education, Salary and Net Worth
May 10, 2021
Rachel Phillips Biography
Rachel Phillips is an American news journalist currently working as a news reporter for KVIA News. Phillips was born and raised in Brisbane, Australia, and has been in the U.S. since August of 2019.
Rachel Phillips Age
Rachel’s age and date of birth are not known to the public, she is rather secretive about her personal life.
Rachel Phillips Birthday
Phillips has not disclosed any information on her birthday nor her date of birth.
Rachel Phillips Height
Rachel stands at an average height with a moderate weight. Information on her other body measurements is currently unavailable at the moment.
Rachel Phillips Parents
Rachel was born and raised in the USA, however, she has not disclosed any information on her family nor her siblings at the moment.
Rachel Phillips Husband
Rachel’s love life and marital status are not known to the public at the moment. She has not disclosed any information on her husband or if she is dating anyone at the moment.
Rachel Phillips Salary
According to KVIA anchor salary, Rachel receives an annual average salary of $85,000.
Rachel Phillips Net Worth
Hillary’s net worth is approximated to be ranging between $100,000-$300,000 as of 2021.
Rachel Phillips Career
Rachel is a news journalist currently working as a news reporter for KVIA News. l Phillips was born and raised in Brisbane, Australia, and has been in the U.S. since August of 2019.
Rachel graduated high school unsure of what career she wanted to pursue and enrolled in a dual degree of Business and Creative Industries, majoring in film and television production at the Queensland University of Technology.
Fairly quickly Rachel changed her degree to be solely film-focused. She graduated with a Bachelor’s in Fine Arts Film Television and New Media Production from QUT in 2018. In the summer of 2017, Rachel had the opportunity to travel to East Lansing and complete a film course at Michigan State University.
It was here that the idea of a career in journalism really took off. Upon returning to Australia, she did everything she could to ensure that journalism became a career. She spent the remainder of her undergraduate degree interning for Channel Nine News Queensland.
Rachel started in the news promotions department but her passion was always sports. Within months Rachel was a part of the sports team, covering all of the biggest sports and players in Brisbane, alongside some of the best sports television personalities.
Rachel knew she needed to further her education in order to peruse journalism properly. Her professor at MSU suggested the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication, so she took the plunge and moved from Brisbane to Phoenix to do her Master’s in Sports Journalism.
She covered the Arizona Cardinals, NASCAR, ASU Baseball, Gymnastics, Aquatics, Tennis, health-related areas within sports, and the 2020 election. Rachel anchored Cronkite Sports Now, two special edition Fox Sports Arizona shows, and Cronkite News 2 Go. She was also a tennis analyst on the Pac-12 Plus streams.