Hillary Howard Biography
Hillary Howard is a journalist from the United States who currently works as a news anchor at WTOP. She co-anchors the show with Shawn Anderson from 2:00 to 7:00 p.m. She also presents high school quiz shows for pupils. Before she worked at WTWP Radio as a host. She loves spending time with her friends and family, traveling, and reading in her spare time.
Hillary Howard Age
Hillary Howard was born in the USA. However, her exact birth details remain unavailable to the public.
Hilary Howard Height
Hillary stands at an average height of 5 ft 4 in/1.62 m tall.
Hillary Howard Family
Hillary was born and brought up under the loving care of her devoted and supportive parents, the identity of whom is unknown to the general world. She was born in the United States, yet she is of white ethnicity. She has kept information about her family private, thus whether she has siblings is unknown.
Hillary Howard Husband
Hillary is happily married to her loving and caring spouse Dave Statter. Dave previously worked as a reporter and fire service blogger for WUSA. The couple has been living together since their wedding and is pleased to share their gorgeous son Sam. The lovely three-person family lives happily in Virginia.
Hillary Howard Salary
Hillary earns an annual salary of $88,632.
Hillary Howard’s Net Worth
Hillary’s estimated net worth is $1 million.
Hillary Howard Career
Hillary fell in November 2010 and sustained a severe brain injury. It was eventually discovered that she had a meningioma tumor in her brain. Her tumor was determined to be benign, which means it lacked the ability to metastasis or spread to other tissues. She elected to have the tumor removed in April 2011 at Johns Hopkins Hospital.
She is currently employed as an anchor at WTOP in Washington, D.C. She co-anchors the show with Shawn Anderson from 2:00 to 7:00 p.m. She has also hosted quiz programs for high school students since November 2011. She previously worked at WTWP Radio, where she hosted several shows.
She worked as the morning weathercaster for WUSA from 2000 through 2004. She also worked as a general assignment reporter and weekend weathercaster for WAVY-TV in Virginia. Her first television job was as a reporter and weather forecaster in New York.