Katherine Cook Biography
Katherine Cook is an American award-winning reporter. Currently, she serves for KGW(an NBC-affiliated television station) based in Portland, Oregon, the United States as a reporter. By working at KDRV (ABC) based in Medford she launched her journalism career. Her major role was to serve as the station’s Klamath Falls Bureau Chief.
Katherine Cook Age
She is 45 years of age and was born in Portland, Oregon, United States of America.
Katherine Cook Height
Katherine stands at a height of 5 feet 5inches(approx. 1.65m ).
Katherine Cook Family
Katherine was brought up in Portland, Oregon, the United States of America by her father and mother. She has not shared any information regarding her parents and siblings but research is ongoing and will be updated as soon as possible.
Katherine Cook Husband
Katherine is a married woman. On January 28, 2019, posted on her Twitter account stating that she and her husband were a baby girl whom they named Violet Maria. Violet was born on January 25, 2019, at 2:23 a.m.
Katherine Cook Education
Katherine attended and graduated with a high school diploma from Reynolds High School. Later, she went to further her studies and graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Speech Communication and ran track for the Wolves from the University of Mt. Hood Community College and Western Oregon.
Katherine Cook Salary
Katherine receives an annual average salary of $65,998. This is according to KGW anchors/reporters’ salaries.
Katherine Cook Net Worth
Katherine has an estimated net worth of $1 Million – $5 Million.
Katherine Cook Career
In the summer of 2007, Katherine became part of the KGW news team. Since 2007, she worked at KGW as a general assignment reporter. All through, she has received many honors for her work in the media industry, including Northwest Regional Emmy.
Additionally, Katherine has won Emmy nominations for sports reporting, news writing, as well as crime reporting due to her series on Portland gangs, guns, and prostitution. She is one of “Portland’s most memorable media stars of all time” by The Oregonian. By working in Southern Oregon as the Klamath Falls Bureau Chief as well as the weekend anchor for KDRV (ABC) based in Medford She launched her tv news career.