Rochelle Dean Bio, Age, Height, Wife, Salary, Net Worth, WOLO-TV

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Rochelle Dean is a renowned American award-winning news journalist currently serving as an evening anchor at WOLO-TV (ABC Columbia). There, she anchors ABC Columbia News at 5 PM, 6 PM & 11 PM. She officially joined the station back in August 2011.

Rochelle Dean was born in Hartford, Connecticut, in the United States of America. However, she keeps the information regarding her date and year of birth away from the limelight. Judging from her image, Rochelle might be in her 40’s.

Rochelle stands at a height of 5 feet 6  inches (Approx 1. 68 m).

Rochelle was born and raised by her devoted father and mother in Hartford, Connecticut, United States. Unfortunately, she lost her lovely parents due to cancer. In addition, Rochelle has not disclosed much information regarding her parents or siblings if she has any.

She is happily married to her dear husband, Juan Cruz. The lovely couple resides in South Carolina alongside their twin daughters. The precious family moved to South Carolina in December 2010.

She joined Virginia State University, where she majored in English and minored in Mass Communications.

Rochelle Dean Salary

She acquires annual earnings ranging between $48, 700 and $170, 500.

From her victorious career, Rochelle was able to amass an estimated net worth ranging between $1 million – $3 million.

Dean works as an evening anchor at WOLO-TV (ABC Columbia). There, she anchors ABC Columbia News at 5 PM, 6 PM & 11 PM. She has served in the field of Journalism for over 20 years. Rochelle started her journalism career as a photojournalist for The Progress-Index during college and as a Public Relations Assistant for VSU.

During her Junior year, she accepted a job invitation at WRIC TV 8 (ABC) in Richmond, Virginia, where she worked as a General Assignment Reporter, Assignment Desk Manager, and Fill-in Anchor. While there, Rochelle was able to cover numerous national stories such as the National Boy Scout Jamboree which gained her an Associated Press Award for Best Spot News, the Presidential election of Barack Obama, the DC Sniper case, the Virginia Tech shootings, and the dog fighting trial of NFL Star Michael Vick.

Furthermore, Rochelle is a member of The National Association of Black Journalists, NAACP, the American Cancer Society, and The Columbia Chamber of Commerce. She is also the creator and CEO of the Flora Foundation.