Joel Grover Biography
Joel Grover is a preeminent American investigative journalist currently working at KNBC in Los Angeles, California. He is nationally known for his consumer reports, undercover investigations, and government wrongdoing. His investigation of Southern California car dealerships resulted in a settlement returning $1.5 million dollars to customers and prison sentences for six top managers.
Joel Grover Age
Joel Grover was born in 1960 in San Fernando Valley, United States of America. He is 63 years old.
Joel Grover Height
Joel’s height is 5 feet 8 inches (Approx. 1.73 m).
Joel Grover Family
Joel was born and brought up in the San Fernando Valley by his caring and loving parents. He has however not shared any information with reference to his parents and/or siblings.
Joel Grover Wife
He is a hardworking man who is dedicated to his life and career. Nevertheless, Joel keeps his marital status under wraps hence it is not known whether he is single, dating, married, gay, or straight.
Joel Grover Education
He attended Ulysses S. Grant High School in Van Nuys, California, and graduated with a diploma in 1977. Later, Joel joined the University of California, Berkeley. Joel commenced his career in Grand Junction, Colorado. After serving at an NBC affiliate local news broadcast in Las Vegas, Nevada, Joel got a job as an investigative reporter at KSTP Minneapolis prior to moving to Los Angeles where she worked for KCBS as their reporter.
Joel Grover Salary
He receives a desirable salary of $79,451 per year. This is according to KNBC investigative journalists’ salaries.
Joel Grover’s Net Worth
Joel has managed to accumulate decent wealth over the years and has an estimated net worth of $1 million.
Joel Grover Career
He serves as an investigative journalist at KNBC in Los Angeles, California as an investigative journalist. He is nationally known for his consumer reports, undercover investigations, and government wrongdoing. He is now focused on reporting on L.A.’s homelessness crisis with the station’s ongoing “Streets of Shame” series.
He conducted a disclosure of the Los Angeles County Health Department’s restaurant inspection program. His investigation of Southern California car dealerships resulted in a settlement returning $1.5 million dollars to customers and prison sentences for six top managers.
Moreover, he has earned almost every major award for investigative reporting including 20 Emmys, six National Edward R. Murrow Awards, the DuPont-Columbia, three Society of Professional Journalists Medals, two IRE Medals, and the Peabody.