Syan Rhodes Biography
Get to know about Syan Rhodes, a well-known American investigative reporter & news anchor working for KPRC, in Houston, Texas. Before that worked as a weekend anchor for WESH 2 News and also served for two years as a weekend anchor at WMC-TV, the NBC affiliate in Memphis, Tennessee.
Syan Rhodes Age|Birthday
The Emmy-winning journalist was born in Houstonian in the United States. Her age and date of birth remain a secret she is yet to share.
Syan Rhodes Height and Weight
Rhodes has not shared any information about her height and other body measurements.
Syan Rhodes Parents|Family
Syan has not talked about her parents and siblings. Although she has thanked them for standing by her in every decision she makes, she is yet to disclose them.
Syan Rhodes Husband
Unlike her career, Syan has managed to keep her personal life away from the public eye making it difficult to know whether she is married, engaged, or in a relationship. Information about her love life will be updated as soon as it’s available.
Syan Rhodes Salary
Syan receives an annual salary ranging from $49,525 – $81,447. This is as per KPRC anchors’ salary.
Syan Rhodes Net Worth
Syan 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.
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She then started her career as an investigative reporter in Tyler, Texas at NBC. Syan later had a three-month internship at KSNT in Kansas.
In 2001, Rhodes moved to Knoxville, Tennessee where she worked as the weekend morning anchor. She later went back to Memphis to work as a general weekend anchor and reporter.
She spent six years as part of the Florida WESH weekday morning news team, and eventually on WKCF as a 10 pm weeknight news anchor.
She went back to Houston in 2014, Rhodes is now an Emmy award-winning journalist who enjoys covering her hometown of Houston as a weekend anchor, calling it “A Dream Come True!”
She has received the Selden Ring Investigative Journalism Award, Illinois Attorney for Criminal Justice Advocates Award.
On her cover story of the Anthony Porter death row case, she received the Independent Voters of Illinois Legal Eagle Award.
The man accused, who allowed Porter to be freed, was also acquitted from wrongful conviction and sparked continued questions about the methods of Protess’ research and overlooked evidence.
Even among controversy and a documentary casting doubt on the case, Syan’s work was recognized as groundbreaking.
While in Memphis, Syan traveled to Tanzania with a fellowship through the National Association of Black Journalists. Their goal was to help children with malaria get needed medical care and pharmaceuticals and to encourage public awareness and funding for needed drugs and bednets.
She is also a former President of the Central Florida Association of Black Journalists, seeking to help all under-represented groups.
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