Rachel Polansky Biography
Rachel Polansky is a famous Emmy and Edward R. Murrow award-winning journalist currently serving as an investigative reporter at CBS Atlanta News First. There, she reports on both local and statewide levels. Before joining CBS Atlanta News First, Rachel served as an investigative reporter at WKYC for two years. Additionally, Rachel serves as a part-time adjunct professor at the University of Missouri-Kansas City.
Rachel Polansky Age
Rachel Polansky was born in 1990 in Nyack, New York, United States of America. She is 33 years old although details regarding her date and month of birth remain unavailable.
Rachel Polansky Height
Rachel is slightly tall and stands at a height of 5 feet 5 inches (Approx. 1.65 m).
Rachel Polansky Family
Rachel was born to her hardworking father and supportive mother in Nyack, New York, United States. However, she is secretive when it comes to her off-screen life. Rachel has shared photos of her family on her Instagram account.
Rachel Polansky Husband
She is married to her beloved husband Dominic Tricase. The duo exchanged their wedding vows on June 11, 2016, at Maple Shade Farm. The couple has a golden retriever rescue, Willow.
Rachel Polansky Education
She attained her high school diploma from Tappan Zee High School in 2008. Later, Rachel enrolled at Penn State University where she earned a bachelor’s degree in Journalism with a minor in English in 2012.
Rachel Polansky Salary
She receives a satisfactory salary of $84,690 annually. This is according to CBS Atlanta News First investigative reporters’ salaries.
Rachel Polansky’s Net Worth
Rachel has attained decent possessions from her work over the years and has an estimated net worth of $1 million.
Rachel Polansky Career
Rachel is currently working as an investigative reporter at CBS Atlanta News First where she reports on both local and statewide levels. She researches, reports, and writes investigative pieces using local, state, and federal public records. Before joining CBS Atlanta News First, Rachel served as an investigative reporter at WKYC for two years. During her tenure, she reported on death records in nursing homes, state health officials began blocking cases, and the 2020 pandemic.
Also, Rachel led the charge on a series of exclusive investigations into a COVID-19 outbreak at Ohio’s only federal prison. Before that, she wrote and reported on special investigative projects using local, state, and federal public records. In addition, Rachel won an Emmy Award on Lower Great Lakes for Journalistic Enterprise in 2021.
She started her career in June 2012 as a reporter at WUTR-TV, where she shot, edited, and reported general assignment packages daily. Also, Rachel served as a reporter at NewsChannel 9 WSYR from November 2013 to November 2015. In 2015, she earned Syracuse Press Club Investigative Story and was Syracuse Press Club Newcomer of the Year in 2014. Furthermore, Rachel served as an investigative reporter at NBC 2 for three years and nine months.