Kimberly McBroom Biography
Kimberly McBroom is a renowned American journalist serving as weekday morning and noon anchor. And reporter for WDBJ-TV located in Roanoke, Virginia since September of 1994 currently.
she worked as a radio reporter for News/Talk 960 WFIR and WSLQ/ Q99 based. In Roanoke, Virginia from May 1993 to September 1994 before.
Kimberly McBroom Age
She was born in Roanoke, Virginia, United States of America. McBroom is around 51 years old. However, information about her exact date and year of birth are currently unknown.
Kimberly McBroom Height
She stands at a height of 5 feet 9 inches (approx. 1.75 m).
Kimberly Mcbroom Family
She was born and brought up by her caring and loving parents and raised in Roanoke, Virginia, United States. There are no available details concerning her parents and siblings nevertheless.
Kimberly McBroom Husband
McBroom is merely hitched to her wonderful and caring husband named Kevin. Together, they are blessed with two awesome children, a son called Christopher and a daughter called Caitlin. The amazing family of four now stays in Roanoke.
Kimberly McBroom Education
McBroom went to the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. Where she graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Broadcast Journalism in 1993. McBroom enrolled at Hollins University and gradauted. With a Masters of Arts in Liberal Arts and Sciences and Liberal Studies.
Kimberly McBroom Salary
McBroomreceives an annual salary of $190,500 annually, according to WDBJ-TV anchors/reporters’ salaries.
Kimberly McBroom Net Worth
She earns an estimated net worth of $2 million.
Kimberly McBroom Career
She is a Weekday morning news reporter and news anchor for WDBJ 7 Television located in Roanoke, Virginia since September of 1994. McBroom started as a weekend weather anchor prior to being elevated.
In January 1997 to work as a Co-Anchor and Morning Weathercaster. She served as a radio reporter for News/Talk 960 WFIR and WSLQ/ Q99. In Roanoke, Virginia from May 1993 to September 1994 before joining WDBJ 7 news team.
McBroom has earned several awards throughout her career such as two Regional Edward R. Murrow Awards. For the Best News Series, “The Long Goodbye”, 2016, and Best News Documentary, “Childhood Lost” for Small Market TV, 2016.
Also, she has won two VA Association of Broadcasters Awards for Best Morning Show, 2017. And 2019 as well as New Series, “The Long Goodbye”, 2016. McBroom received the Award for Media Excellence in 2018.
From the Public Relations Society of America Blue Ridge furthermore.