Rosemary Connors Biography
Rosemary Connors is an American and Emmy award-winning television personality and journalist currently working as an anchor/reporter for NBC10 News. She is the 11 a.m. weekday newscast co-anchor, you can catch up with her life in the field during the afternoons
Rosemary Connors Age
Rosemary Connors was born on September 16, 1983, in Wynnewood, Pennsylvania, United States. She is 39 years old.
Rosemary Connors Height
Connors stands at a height of 5 Ft 6 inches.
Rosemary Connors Family
Connors is a daughter to Francis W Connors (father), a former General manager at the David Vail Regatta, and her mother Mary Flannery Connors, a former Public Affairs Manager at Philadelphia. Connors has a twin brother John three siblings, however, she has not revealed their names.
Rosemary Connors Husband
Connors is a married woman to her husband Benjamin Daniel Cross, a renowned project manager. The duo met in 2010 in Philadelphia through a mutual friend. They later went on to do their marriage at Our Mother of Good Counsel Chapel. Connors has a son named Benjamin Blaise who was born on April 5, 2020.
Rosemary Connors Education
Connors went to Temple University’s Beasley School of Law and where she graduated with a Law degree. She later attended Pennsylvania University and earned a Bachelor of Arts degree.
Rosemary Connors Salary
Connors receives an annual salary of $ 56,000 – $ 135,500 U.S dollars according to NBC10 anchors/reporters’ salaries
Rosemary Connor’s Net Worth
Connors has an estimated net worth of $1 million U.S dollars.
Rosemary Connors Career
Connors made her television debut as an intern at The Today Show and as an intern at NBC10, and later in 2009, she joined the NBC10 team. She also worked in Grand Junction, Colorado, and in Fort Myers, Florida as a reporter and anchor. Connors has received six Mid-Atlantic Emmy Awards at NBC10 for her coverage of topics ranging from a deadly prison standoff in Delaware to school closures in Philadelphia.
Connors is a graduate of Temple University’s Beasley School of Law and with a Law degree which impacts her daily work. She has reported on the high-profile former Penn State Assistant Football Coach Jerry Sandusky, the trials of former Philadelphia District Attorney Seth Williams, Bill Cosby, and others. She also played hockey at Division l Ivy League and had a work-study position at 88.5 WXPN-FM.
She is a committed and active member of the Board of Directors for the non-profit MANNA. Moreover, MANNA has been serving residents throughout the region battling life-threatening illnesses by cooking and delivering medically appropriate meals for more than 25 years. Additionally, she is also a member of the Board of Trustees of the Academy of Notre Dame in Villanova and a supporter of the Kyle Ambrogi Foundation, a non-profit.