Ben Gutierrez Biography
Ben Gutierrez is a well-known American Meteorologist from Honolulu County, Hawaii, United States. He presently works at Hawaii News Now/KITV4 (an ABC-affiliated TV station) based in Honolulu, Hawaii as a weather anchor and reporter. He has been with the channel for the past 12 years, starting in October 2009. He also worked as a reporter and weather anchor at KGMB9 for less than a year before joining his current station in 2009.
Previously, he worked at KITV as a weather anchor and reporter. Also, he worked for the network for ten years and one month, from December 1998 to December 2008. He was previously the News Director at KHNR Radio. Ben was there for 6 years and 1 month, from August 1993 to August 1999. He worked as a reporter and anchor at KHVH Newsradio 99 for two years, from 1991 to 1993.
Ben Gutierrez Birthday
Ben Gutierrez was born in the United States of America. However, he has not yet revealed his exact age.
Ben Gutierrez Height
Ben stands at a height of 5 feet 5 inches/1.65m tall.
Ben Gutierrez Family
Ben was born in the United States of America to his father and mother. He is of Asian American descent and has American citizenship.
Ben Gutierrez Wife
Ben prefers to keep his marital status private. Due to this, it isn’t known whether he is single, dating, married, or divorced. Nonetheless, a review is ongoing and we will update this section once we acquire detailed information.
Ben Gutierrez Education
Ben enrolled at St. Louis High School because it was one of the few schools that offered a television production class and had a small working TV studio and equipment at the time. He attended Linfield College in Oregon after high school to further his education and earn a degree.
Ben Gutierrez Salary
Ben receives an annual salary of $69,836.
Ben Gutierrez Net Worth
Ben’s approximate net worth is $2 million.
Ben Gutierrez Career
Ben works for Hawaii News Now (KGMB/KHNL/K5) as a weather anchor/reporter. Ben is also a member of the American Society of Composers, the National Weather Association, and the Hawaii Academy of Recording Arts. In 2009, he joined the KGMB9 news team. When Ben was in third grade, his family did not have a newspaper subscription.
During his freshman year, he was appointed news director of the student radio station. He also worked as the news director for a Portland small market radio station. He learned a lot from the experience. He met former Presidents Gerald Ford and Jimmy Carter there, and he became involved in theater and music.
After a dozen years away, he returned to Hawaii and worked in radio until an opportunity to be a television weather anchor arose. He deliberated for three days about accepting the offer, and a good friend advised him that it would be an opportunity to spread science. So he accepted, and the opportunity also provided him with the opportunity to meet and perform with some of the best local musicians. In addition, Ben met even more fascinating people, visited places few people visit, learned new things, and shared his experiences with his viewers.