Chandler Morgan Biography
Chandler Morgan is a renowned American-award-winning multimedia journalist presently working as an anchor and news reporter at WBTV, a CBS-affiliated television station in Charlotte, North Carolina. She works on the Weekend Evening newscasts as an anchor.
Chandler Morgan Age
Chandler was born in Mariela, Atlanta, Georgia, the United States. But she hasn’t mentioned details of her exact age detail, will soon update this part.
Chandler Morgan Height
Chandler stands at a height of 5 ft 6 in/1.68 m tall.
Chandler Morgan Education
Morgan studied and graduated from the School of Journalism and New Media with a Bachelors’s degree in Broadcast Journalism, and she also holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Broadcast Journalism with a minor in English and a specialization in Public Relations from the University of Mississippi.
Chandler Morgan Family
Morgan has an older brother. But she hasn’t publicized details about her parents and siblings to the media, however, soon as we have clear facts will fill out this section.
Chandler Morgan Husband
Chandler presently stays in Charlotte, North Carolina with her dog, Kiki. However, she hasn’t mentioned whether she is single, dating, married, or divorced.
Chandler Morgan Salary
Chandler annually receives a salary of $79,725. This is according to WBTV anchor’s salaries.
Chandler Morgan Net Worth
Chandler’s estimated net worth is $1 million.
Chandler Morgan Career
Chandler is a journalist working as an anchor and news reporter at WBTV, a CBS-affiliated television station in Charlotte, North Carolina. She reports on breaking news and education-related stories during the weekdays and also anchors the Weekend Evening newscasts from WBTV News Now Desk.
Frequently she fills in anchoring during the weekdays. she started working with the news team in 2018 and originally worked for the station as an Alert Center anchor and reporter at the station.
She has covered various stories that have made headlines and also gained national recognition. Some of the stories include uncovering a lapse in employee fingerprinting in the Charlotte-Mecklenburg School district, which eventually contributed to the district’s former top leader stepping down and the 2019 UNC Charlotte deadly on-campus shooting.
Before, she worked as a news reporter at WTVM in Columbus, Georgia. She also has served as a lead reporter and fill-in anchor at KSLA, a CBS-affiliated television station in Shreveport, Louisiana.
During her time there, she also edited, wrote, and shot her own stories. In addition, she worked as a news anchor and reporter at WAFF, an NBC-owned and operated television station in Huntsville, Alabama. She also has worked for The Pauls Valley Democrat and The Shelbyville Daily Union newspapers in Oklahoma, and Illinois respectively as a columnist and writer.