Donna Pitman Biography
Donna Pitman works as a co-anchor of the 5 p.m. And 6 p.m. newscasts at KMBC 9 News. She began working here in June 2001. Pitman studied at Independence Christian School, then she moved to the Fort Osage School District.
She then attended Fort Osage Middle School while in grade six. Pitman then finished her high school course at Fort Osage High School. In 1993, then she received a major in journalism and earned a minor in Spanish. From the University of Missouri-Columbia.
Donna Pitman Age
Pitman was born in Independence, Mo, the United States in 1975. He is 47 years old.
Donna Pitman Height
Pitman stands at a moderate height of 5 ft 7 in/1.7m tall.
Donna Pitman Education
Pitman studied at Independence Christian School, then she moved to the Fort Osage School District.She then attended Fort Osage Middle School while in grade six. Pitman then finished her high school course at Fort Osage High School.
In 1993, then she received a major in journalism and earned a minor in Spanish. From the University of Missouri-Columbia.
Donna Pitman Family
Pitman grew up as an only child, her father died while she was a baby.
Donna Pitman Husband
She is a married man to Cody Pitman, together they have one kid called Gabriel. Who was born in early 2014, sadly Gabriel was diagnosed. With Glycogen storage disease type II a rare disorder. The family resides in Kansas City, Missouri.
Donna Pitman Salary
Pitman annually receives a salary of $47,475, according to KMBC 9 News reporter’s/anchor’s salaries.
Donna Pitman Net Worth
Pitman has an approximated net worth of $1 million.
Donna Pitman Career
Pitman commenced her career in Columbia, Mo at a public radio KBIA-FM. She also worked in Columbia at KOMU-TV after leaving the KBIA-FM. Where she edited, wrote, shot, and reported her stories.
Pitman worked in Peoria, IL at WHOI-TV for almost two-and-a-half years reporting. And anchoring weekend newscasts in addition. Then she worked as the co-anchor of the “FirstNews” show in Kansas City at KMBC-TV.
Pitman received The Kansas City Press Club, also for a report they covered. On a Vietnam Veteran whose rehabilitation ended up helping hundreds of others. Who were greatly affected by war, together with Tim Twyman.
Who worked as a photojournalist, they received a Silver Award for her work as a reporter. She also serves at Harmony on an advisory board. Pitman also is a lively member of the Permanent Memorial Day Committee based in Kansas City.