Susan Nicholas Biography
Susan Nicholas is an American news anchor working for WSAZ 3 News. Susan anchors First look at Four alongside Tim Irr and together they bring the type of experience you expect from WSAZ Television. She has been in the media industry for more than three decades.
Susan Nicholas Age|Birthday
Susan has managed to keep her personal information away from the public eye. It’s therefore not known when she was born or her age.
Susan Nicholas Height and Weight
Nicholas stands at a moderate but the veteran news anchor has not revealed information about her body measurements. Details about Nicholas’ height and weight will be updated soon.
Susan Nicholas Parents|Family
Susan is a wife to Doug Korstanje and a mother of two. The well-known news anchor has not shared more information about her parents and siblings. However, she considers her workmates as a family and has thanked them for the support and unity they always show on and offscreen.
Susan Nicholas Husband
Susan is married to former WSAZ reporter Doug Korstanje. They both met while covering a Huntington City Council meeting. The two have two beautiful girls and a dog named Bumper.
Susan Nicholas Children
Nicholas has two daughters and she revealed in an interview that she works part-time so she can be a full-time mother?. She added that the mom job is much harder but also the most rewarding.
Susan Nicholas Education
Susan is a graduate of the University of Marshall. During college, she began her career at various radio stations and as a Weekend reporter.
Susan Nicholas Salary
Susan receives an annual salary ranging from $30, 000 to $115,000. This is as per WSAZ 3 news anchors’ salary.
Susan Nicholas Net Worth
Susan has an approximate net worth that ranges between $100k – $1 million. Credits to her career as an anchor which is her primary source of income.
Susan Nicholas WSAZ 3 News
Nicholas is a well-known news anchor working for WSAZ 3 News. Susan anchors First look at Four alongside Tim Irr and together they bring the type of experience you expect from WSAZ Television. She is a veteran news anchor with more than 3 decades of experience.
When Susan is not working she loves to write and read. She has also volunteered at the Huntington Museum of Art in the conservatory and she’s one of the many boosters supporting the Huntington High Marching Highlanders.