Ashley Thompson  Bio, Age, Height, Husband, Salary, Net Worth CBS46

Ashley Thompson Biography

Ashley Thompson serves at CBS46 as a reporter, she started working here in September 2016. Into the bargain, in the 2014 Associated Press South Atlantic ‘Best Reporter’ Award, she was the AP award-winning reporter. Ashley studied and graduated from the University of Alabama at Birmingham, after her graduation she became a  professional cheerleader for the New Orleans Saints, also she has worked as a production assistant at ESPN.

Ashley Thompson Age

Ashley Thompson was born in the United States on May 3. But she hasnt disclosed her exact year of birth, soon as this information is available will update it.

Ashley Thompson Height

Ashley stands at an average height of 5 ft 4 in/1.6 m tall.

Ashley Thompson Education

Ashley studied and graduated from the University of Alabama at Birmingham, after her graduation she became a  professional cheerleader for the New Orleans Saints, also she has worked as a production assistant at ESPN.

Ashley Thompson Family

Ashley hasnt disclosed any details regarding her parents and siblings, but a review on this section is being pushed onwards and will soon fill out this section.

Ashley Thompson Husband

Ashley is a secretive person she has managed to keep details on her lovelife all to herself, it isn’t known whether she is in a relationship or not, but research on this part is going on and soon as facts are available, they will be noted down.

Ashley Thompson Salary

Ashley annually receives a salary of $63,619. This is according to CBS46 anchor’s/reporter’s salaries.

Ashley Thompson Net Worth

Ashley has an approximated net worth of $1 million.

Ashley Thompson Career

Ashley began working at CBS46 in September 2016, currently, she works as a reporter at the station. Also, she has worked in both Montgomery, Alabama, and Phoenix, Arizona. She has covered everything from crime to severe weather to politics and college football.

Her most unforgettable assignment was covering President Barrack Obama’s remarks in March 2015, during the 50th Anniversary of the Selma to Montgomery from the historic Edmund Pettus Bridge. In 2015, she was awarded a ‘Best Reporter’ Associated Press Award due to her work. Ashley studied and graduated from the University of Alabama at Birmingham, after her graduation she became a  professional cheerleader for the New Orleans Saints, also she has worked as a production assistant at ESPN.
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