Amber Alexander Bio, Age, Height, Husband, Salary, Net Worth, WHO13
Amber Alexander Biography
Amber Alexander is an eminent American journalist and Meteorologist currently serving at WHO 13 in Iowa as a Meteorologist. In December 2015, Amber joined the Channel 13 First Alert Storm Team. Previously, She served at KNOP in North Platte, Nebraska as a meteorologist and reporter.
Amber Alexander Age
Amber was born in Iowa, Council Bluffs, United States. She is around 30 years old.
Amber Alexander Height
Alexander stands at a moderate height of 5 ft 5 inches (Approx. 1.65 m).
Amber Alexander Education
Amber graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Meteorology in 2014 from UNL. While in college, She learned the art of couponing which has led her to save tons of money on everyday products and worked at a CVS.
Amber Alexander Family
She was born and raised by her loving parents in Council Bluffs. Alexander grew up cheering on the Huskers as her dad is from Nebraska.
Amber Alexander Husband
Amber is married to her handsome husband called Cory Martin. Cory serves at NWS as a meteorologist. The duo got engaged in January 2018 and in June 2019 held their wedding. Amber and Cory love hanging out at the local breweries and are huge craft beer fans and also have a corgi called Fitz.
Amber Alexander Salary
Amber’s average salary is $70,564 per year. This is according to WHO 13 anchors’ and reporters’ salaries.
Amber Alexander Net Worth
Alexander has an estimated net worth of $1 million – $5 million.
Amber Alexander Career
Amber currently serves at WHO in Iowa as a Meteorologist. In December 2015, She joined the Channel 13 First Alert Storm Team. Previously, She worked as a meteorologist and reporter at KNOP in North Platte, Nebraska. Alexander is thrilled to be in an area that has all types of weather conditions.
Additionally, Amber served for two years at the state climate office as an intern. Alexander began her broadcasting at UNL’s student-run newscast, Star City News. She also served at KETV in Omaha, NE as an intern. Amber joined the University of Nebraska-Lincoln where she served for the American Meteorological Society as the secretary.