Eileen Frere Biography
Eileen Frere is a well-known Canadian News reporter currently working at KABC – ABC7 based in Los Angeles, California. She officially joined ABC7 Eyewitness News back in 2001.
Eileen Frere Age
Eileen Frere was born on May 3, 1955 in Canada. She is 68 years old.
Eileen Frere Height
Eileen stands at a height of 5 feet 7 inches (Approx 1.7 m).
Eileen Frere Family
Eileen was brought up in rural Ontario, Canada, where her grandparents ran a strawberry farm. Nevertheless, she has not disclosed the names of her parents or whether she has siblings. We are keeping tabs on this section and will enlighten you swiftly once information regarding her family is available.
Eileen Frere Husband
She is blissfully hitched to her lovely husband, Randy McKinley, who is a businessman. Moreover, Randy is a motivational speaker and loves sports. The lovely couple share an appealing daughter.
Eileen Frere Education
She attended Carleton University in Ottawa where she graduated with a Combined Degree in Journalism and Law.
Eileen Frere Salary
She receives a satisfactory salary ranging from $40,000 – $130,500 per year.
Eileen Frere’s Net Worth
Through her successful career, Eileen has managed to stockpile a hefty fortune over the years and has an estimated net worth of $1 million.
Eileen Frere Career
She is currently working at KABC – ABC7 as a news reporter for ABC7 Eyewitness News. Eileen landed her first broadcast job working on weekends at an Ottawa radio station while attending university. Later, she reported for the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC) on TV and radio, taking her across Canada and abroad.
She also served as an investigative reporter and host for a consumer show known as Buyer Beware, prior to moving to the United States to report for KOMO-TV based in Seattle, Washington. There, she provided non-stop coverage during the 6.8-magnitude earthquake and reported from the middle of the WTO riots.
As a reporter, Eileen has been on many adventures from covering presidential visits to learning close-quarters combat training to landing by helicopter on the deck of the aircraft carrier USS Abraham Lincoln. In addition, she has received several awards including one from the Columbus Film & Video Festival due to her in-depth look into the use of steroids. The National Border Patrol Council also recognized Eileen for her coverage of issues involving the Canada-U.S. border.
Eileen is an active member of the Asian American Journalists Association. Moreover, she has volunteered for multiple nonprofits such as Alzheimer’s Association OC, Goodwill, Crime Survivors, and Komen Race for the Cure.