Meg Shaw Biography
Meg Shaw is an American journalist who has been with KeyBank since March 2022 as a regional communications consultant. She previously worked as a multimedia journalist reporter for WEWS News Channel 5. Meg worked as a content producer at Cleveland 19 WOIO before joining WEWS news.
She was also a successful award-winning communications professional who worked under pressure to deliver the most important information to Cleveland/Akron/Canton viewers while managing multiple social media accounts.
Meg Shaw Age
Meg Shaw was born on August 9, 1992, in Coshocton, OH, in the United States. She is 32 years old.
Meg Shaw Height
Meg Stands at a height of 5 ft 7 in/1.7 m tall.
Meg Shaw Education
Meg attended and graduated from Kent State University with a Bachelor’s degree in Broadcast Journalism after finishing primary and secondary school.
Meg Shaw Family
Meg was born and raised in Coshocton, OH by her caring and dedicated father and mother. She holds an American nationality. Her parents are Dan and Lori. She was raised together with her lovely sister named Kayla.
Meg Shaw Husband
Meg is married to her husband Ian Lower. The pair exchanged vows in Cleveland, Ohio on May 30, 2021.
Meg Shaw Salary
Meg receives an annual salary of $ 61,203.
Meg Shaw Net Worth
Meg’s approximted net worth is $ 1 million.
Meg Shaw Career
Meg has been with KeyBank since March 2022 as a regional communications consultant. She previously worked at WEWS News Channel 5 as a multimedia journalist reporter. She was a content producer at Cleveland 19 WOIO before joining WEWS news.
She has written, shot, and edited news stories for News 5 Cleveland and news5cleveland.com’s daily news broadcasts. Meg was also in charge of researching stories and facts, as well as appearing live on air for breaking news and live events several times a week.
She also conducts in-person and phone interviews with experts, political figures, and others in connection with the day’s story. Every day, she posts stories and interacts with television viewers on various social media websites.
Her most memorable stories were about a local teen donating fair winnings to a friend fighting cancer, the Browns signing a one-day contract with a boy as part of a Make A Wish campaign, and Major Howard being shot. He was in charge of managing and optimizing many social media accounts for The Rail and CitySquare Steakhouse.
She also developed marketing campaigns such as editorial calendars and tracked progress and web traffic via Facebook, Google Analytics, and Sprout Social. Meg also helped to create email marketing campaigns. She designed and implemented blogs for The Rail’s website.