April Thompson is a prominent American journalist currently working at News Channel 3 in Memphis as a News reporter and anchor. Since joining in 1992, She has been part of the station’s news team. Thompson participates in the community by volunteering in non-profit organizations that in the community help the needy and less fortunate.
April Thompson Age
April was born in Atlanta, Georgia, in the United States of America. However, she has not disclosed any details to the public regarding her year and date of birth. She is around 54 years old.
April Thompson Height
Thompson stands at a moderate height of 5 feet 4 inches (approx. 1.62m.)
April Thompson Education
She studied at a local high school and attained her high school diploma and later furthered her studies at the University of Georgia and graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in broadcast journalism. She later enrolled at the University of Memphis and graduated with a Master of Arts degree in Business Finance.
April Thompson Family
She was born and raised under the support, love, and care of her loving and devoted parents in Atlanta, the United States. Thompson belongs to the African-American ethnicity but holds American nationality by birth. She grew up in a family of four alongside her younger pretty sister Stephanie.
April Thompson Husband
She is presently in a happy marital relationship with her caring and handsome husband Christopher Jonathan Tritto. Since they officially tied the knot on June 7, 2003, the adorable duo in Columbia has been living under the same roof and happily lives in Memphis.
April Thompson Salary
April’s average salary is $98,960 per year. This is according to WREG-TV News anchors’ and reporters’ salaries.
April Thompson’s Net Worth
April Thompson Career
Currently, She has been working at WREG-TV as a news anchor and reporter since June 1992. There, April anchors weekday newscasts the 4 pm and 4:30 pm. She began her journalism career in Griffin, Georgia where Thompson reported at a local radio station.
She later left and moved to local television located in Montgomery and Huntsville, Alabama where April served for several years as a reporter. The Tennessee School Board Association awarded her an Excellence Award, Due to her excellent reporting.