Katie Raml Biography
Katie Raml works at ABC15 News in Phoenix, Arizona as a news anchor, she broadcasts the ABC15 News at 5 and 10 p.m. She commenced her work here in January 2001 as a news reporter and in the summer of 2002, she was promoted to weekend anchor. Then she was raised to her as of now position as the main anchor at ABC15, during the fall of 2002.
Katie Raml Age
Katie Raml was born in Phoenix, Arizona, the United States on May 20, 1978. She is 43 years old.
Katie Raml Height
Katie stands at an average height of 5 ft 7 in/1.70 m tall.
Katie Raml Education
Katie studied at Laguna Elementary School, Mohave Middle School, then finished her high school course with a diploma at Saguaro High School. Then she studied and graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Broadcast Journalism and a minor in French from the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication at Arizona State University.
Katie Raml Family
Katie Raml Husband
Katie is a married woman to the well-known Octavia Augie Ojeda, he used to be an American baseball player who played as an infielder for Chicago Cubs. Together they have three kids; Mila and Isella, and Octavio Diego Ojeda III who was born on September 15, 2017. They stay in Chandler, Phoenix, Arizona.
Katie Raml Children
Katie and Octavia have three kids; Mila and Isella, and Octavio Diego Ojeda III who was born on September 15, 2017. They live in Chandler, Phoenix, Arizona.
Katie Raml Salary
Katie annually receives a salary of $80,635. This is according to ABC15 reporter’s/ anchor’s salaries.
Katie Raml Net Worth
Katie has an approximated net worth of $1 million.
Katie Raml Career
Katie serves at ABC15 News in Phoenix, Arizona as a news anchor, she broadcasts the ABC15 News at 5 and 10 p.m., she began working here in January 2001 as a news reporter and in the summer of 2002, she was promoted to weekend anchor, then she has changed positions to the main anchor at ABC15, which is her current role.
Her career started as a general assignment reporter and was promoted to morning anchor at KNDU in Kennewick, Washington, during her time here she broadcasted the top-rated Northwest Today. Then she worked for two years at KNDU. In addition, she also has worked as a news reporter at KGUN-TV, an ABC-affiliated television station in Tucson, Arizona, furthermore, she also served at the East Valley Tribune and at ABC15 in Arizona as a behind-the-scenes promotional assistant.
Also, she has received various awards such as for her series on border issues she received a Rocky Mountain Emmy, she got this award in her first year at ABC15, for her extensive coverage of fires in Cave Creek, Arizona she earned an Emmy for anchoring at ABC15. Additionally, the Associated Press named her Anchor of the Year in 2005.