Abby Ham Biography
Abby Ham is a well-reputed American news personality currently serving in Knoxville, Tennessee as a morning news anchor at WBIR-TV. Prior to that, she worked in Cleveland, Ohio as a morning news anchor for WKYC-TV.
Abby Ham Age
Abby Ham was born in Atlanta, Georgia, United States of America, on 3rd September 1980. She is 41 years old.
Abby Ham Height
Abby’s height is 5 feet 3 inches (Approx. 1.6 m).
Abby Ham Family
Abby was born to her devoted parents in Atlanta, Georgia but raised in Tucson, Arizona. Nevertheless, detailed information concerning her parents and siblings is not known and we shall update you once we have detailed information with regard to Abby’s family.
Abby Ham Husband
She is blissfully hitched to her beloved husband called Herby Lambert. Abby’s husband works in sales for beer and beverages. Furthermore, the duo met in August 2005 and started dating just a couple of days later while serving at WTAP-TV. The pair walked down the aisle in March 2007. Moreover, they are blessed with a son called Hatcher Ham Lambert who was born in September 2014.
Abby Ham Education
She attended the University of Arizona where she graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in journalism.
Abby Ham Salary
She receives an ample salary of $125,360 annually. This is in accordance with WBIR-TV news anchors’ salaries.
Abby Ham’s Net Worth
Abby has managed to garner a decent fortune from her journalism career and has an estimated net worth of $1.5 million.
Abby Ham Career
As of now, Abby works in Knoxville, Tennessee as a morning news anchor for WBIR-TV since June 2009. There, she produces original content weekly, anchors a high-energy, 4.5-hour newscast, and manages breaking news. Before joining WBIR-TV, she worked in Cleveland, Ohio as a morning news anchor for WKYC-TV from October 2007 to June 2009.
While there, she reported extensively on the 2008 presidential election in a key battleground state and anchored a top-rated morning newscast in a large news market. Furthermore, Abby contributed to national news reports on MSNBC. From September 2003 to February 2006, she worked in Parkersburg, West Virginia as an evening news anchor, reporter, and producer for WTAP-TV.