Cherish Lombard Bio, Age, Height, Husband, Salary, Netw worth, WKRN News 2

Cherish Lombard

Cherish Lombard

Cherish Lombard Biography

Cherish Lombard is a news anchor and news reporter. Presently reporting at 6: 30 and at 9: 00 p.m newscast for WKRG News Station.  She was working in Gulf Coast, Alabama, United States for WALA FOX10 News.

As a reporter, host, and anchor before joining WKRN News 2 Station. Lombard  received a Bachelor of Elementary Education from South Alabama University

Cherish Lombard Age

Cherish was born in Mobile, Alabama, United States on June 22. Although her year of birth is not known, she is around 35 years.

Cherish Lombard Height

Cherish is 5 ft 7 inches/Approx 1.7 m tall.

Cherish Lombard Education

Cherish received a Bachelor of Elementary Education. From South Alabama University in 2004.

Cherish Lombard Family

Cherish likes to keep her life private concerning her family members and siblings.

Cherish Lombard Husband

Cherish is happily married to her beautiful and caring wife Glenn Johnson. The duo has one handsome son. On January 8th, 2018, on her Facebook account shared her wedding photos. Glenn serves at Cumulus Media as an operations manager.

Cherish Lombard Salary

Lombard receives an annual salary of  $20, 000 to $100, 000, according to WKRN News 2 Station anchors/reporters’ salaries.

Cherish Lombard Net Worth

Cherish has an approximated net worth of $1 million – $5 million U.S dollars.

Cherish Lombard Career

Cherish started serving for a local station delivering traffic reports. She then got employed as a General Assignment Reporter in 2008. Cherish got a promotion of the stations’ new lifestyle and entertainment show of Studio 10.

To become the first host in 2010.  In 2014 Nashville, Tennessee became an anchor. She became part of the city’s biggest breaking news stories team member there. Cherish served with the Property Brothers namely, Hayley Orrantia and Luke Bryan there.

She has well served with different charitable organizations. Such as March of Dimes,  as well as Prevent Child Abuse America to name.  But a few, American Heart Association, Susan G Komen, Boy Scouts.

American Cancer Society,  Read Across America at various schools. Girl Scouts of America, and Animal Rescues.