Amy Johnson Biography
Amy Johnson is an eminent American journalist who is currently working as a reporter for KCBS/KCAL since November 2005. Prior to joining the channel, she worked as a News anchor and reporter for 7 News, WHDH-TV from September 2000 to April 2005.
Amy Johnson Age
Amy Johnson was born in San Diego’s North County in Poway, United States. She likes to keep her personal life secret, therefore, Amy has not disclosed information regarding her precise birth details. As a result, her age is currently nonexistent.
Amy Johnson Height
Amy’s height is 5 feet 6 inches (Approx 1.68 m).
Amy Johnson Family
Amy was born and raised by her devoted father and mother in San Diego’s North County in Poway. Nevertheless, her parents and siblings’ whereabouts remain unclear as she keeps her family information below the radar.
Amy Johnson Husband
Despite being a public figure, Amy likes to keep her personal information away from the public thus she has not shared any information regarding her marital status. Therefore, it is not known whether Amy is single, in any relation, or married. However, this module will be updated once the information is clear.
Amy Johnson Education
She attended California Baptist University in Riverside and graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in English/Honorary Doctorate. Moreover, Amy holds an Associate of Arts in Broadcast Journalism from San Bernardino Valley College.
Amy Johnson Salary
She receives a satisfactory salary ranging between $53,700 – $125,500 annually.
Amy Johnson’s Net Worth
Amy has managed to amass a hefty fortune over the years she has worked and has an estimated net worth ranging between $500,000 – $1.5 million.
Amy Johnson Career
At this present moment, she serves as a reporter for KCBS/KCAL. Amy’s career path took her to Columbia, South Carolina, Milwaukee, Boston, and Wisconsin prior to leading her back home to Southern California where she joined the KCBS/KCAL team in the year 2005. In April 2006, she helped launch the stations’ Ventura County bureau.
Prior to joining the channel, she worked as a News anchor and reporter for 7 News, WHDH-TV from September 2000 to April 2005. Moreover, Amy was named Volunteer of the Year for the Milwaukee Boys and Girls Club due to her work in an after-school reading program. Additionally, she has also worked as a mentor with at-risk youth.