Molly Koweek is an eminent American journalist currently working as an anchor at WHIO-TV. Before joining WHIO-TV, Koweek served for four years at WAOW-TV based in Central Wisconsin as a reporter. In February 2019, Her first day on air was the day of the Montgomery County water crisis.
During her free time, Molly enjoys catching a Dayton Dragons game, Kayaking in the Miami Valley, exploring new places and following a Dayton donut tour.
Molly Koweek Age
Molly was born in New York, United States, on February 4, 1992. She is 30 years old.
Molly Koweek Height
Koweek stands at an average height of 5 ft 6 inches ( Approx 1.68 m).
Molly Koweek Education
She attended a local high school for his high education. Later, Molly joined the University of Boston and graduated with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Broadcast Journalism.
Molly Koweek Family
Molly was born in New York, in the USA to her caring and loving father and mother. Her father on the 11th of September every year commemorates her birthday. Besides, She has a handsome sibling brother and a pretty sibling sister named Stephanie. She celebrates and relishes her birthday on the 11th of June every year.
Molly Koweek Husband
Despite being a prominent public figure, she Koweek managed to conceal her love life status from the public. However, a review of this matter at hand is in progress and shall be updated as soon as available.
Molly Koweek Salary
Molly receives an annual salary of $87,039 per year. This is according to WHIO-TV anchors’ and reporters’ salaries.
Molly Koweek Net Worth
Koweek has an approximate net worth of $1 million – $5 million.
Molly Koweek Career
Molly was excited to move to Ohio for some warm weather. Here, Koweek co-anchors News Center 7 Saturday. She also reports at noon, 5.00, 5.30, and 6.00 during the weekdays on News Center 7.
Molly also serves as a deck supervisor, swim instructor, and lifeguard at Recreation Center Boston and University Fitness from August 2010 up to date.
Before joining WHIO-TV news, Molly served from September 2013 to December 2013 as an assignment desk intern at WHDH-TV.
While there, Koweek researched for confirmed breaking news stories, assisted with gathering information and news, potential stories, and answered and placed phone calls from and to sources, reporters, and the general public.
Lastly, Molly served from January 2013 to May 2013 as a Cityline intern at WCVB-TV based in Greater Boston Area. She reported on major events and stories.
Koweek also wrote promotional web write-ups and content, booked appearances on the show, assisted the executive producer and show host with weekly tapings, transcribed interviews, logged content for the editing team, and contacted guests.