Carolyn Johnson serves at the NBC4 News at 4 p.m. and 6 p.m. as a co-anchor in Los Angeles. She worked together with Michael Brownlee anchoring the 4 p.m. news from Washington D.C. in 2017, in the days leading up to the presidential inauguration.
Carolyn Johnson Age
Carolyn Johnson was born in the United States. However, she enjoys keeping her personal life private, research on this is ongoing, and will soon update it.
Carolyn Johnson Height
Carolyn stands at an approximate height of 5 ft 6 in/1.67 m tall.
Carolyn Johnson Family
Carolyn has managed to hide details on her parents and siblings away from the public, however, research on this is going on and will soon update this section.
Carolyn Johnson Husband
Carolyn is happily married but she hasnt disclosed her husband’s identity, together with her husband, they have two kids.
Carolyn Johnson Education
Carolyn attended and graduated from Stanford University with a B.A. degree in psychology and communication. Her career commenced with her working at a college radio station, then she did her internships at a local television station in Los Angeles and San Francisco.
Carolyn Johnson Salary
Carolyn annually receives a salary of $75,451. This is according to NBC4 reporter’s/anchor’s salaries.
Carolyn Johnson Net Worth
Carolyn has an estimated net worth of $1 million.
Carolyn Johnson Career
Carolyn serves at the NBC4 News at 4 p.m. and 6 p.m. in Los Angeles as a co-anchor. She worked together with Michael Brownlee anchoring the 4 p.m. news from Washington D.C. in 2017, in the days leading up to the presidential inauguration.
She has received various awards throughout her career like for her work on the NBC4 special “50 Watts,” chronicling what happened before and after the riots of 1965, she got a 2015 Emmy. She also earned a 2015 LA Emmy, after she co-anchored NBC4’s coverage of the San Bernardino terrorist attack, she earned herself several other awards for Best Evening Newscast she got an Emmy, for Outstanding Coverage of San Francisco Human Rights Issue she earned the Eugene Block Journalism Award and multiple Golden Mikes.
Her most remarkable assignment was when she traveled to West Africa’s Sierra Leone to cover maternal and child health issues in 2011. Then she contributed to an NBC4 Investigative Team story about the nationwide opioid epidemic in 2017. Before she served at KGO-TV/ ABC7 for sixteen years in San Francisco as a reporter and anchor. Additionally, she worked at KSBY in San Luis Obispo as a reporter and anchor.