Sarahbeth Ackerman Biography
Sarahbeth Ackerman is an eminent American Emmy Award-Winning journalist currently working at WPTZ, MyNBC5 in Burlington, Vermont, United States as a morning anchor. Previously, Ackerman served for WFTV in Orlando, Florida as a News Reporter and a Fill-In Traffic Anchor.
Sarahbeth Ackerman Age
Sarahbeth Ackerman was born in New York, United States, on April 5, 1990. She is 31 years old.
Sarahbeth Ackerman Height
Ackerman stands at the height of 5 ft 1 inch (approx.1.55 m).
Sarahbeth Ackerman Education
She graduated in 2012 with a Bachelor of Arts degree majoring in Broadcast Journalism and a minor in Speech Communications and Rhetoric Studies from the University of Hofstra in Hempstead, New York.
Sarahbeth Ackerman Family
Sarahbeth was born and raised in New York, United States by her parents, Larry and Roberta. She has a handsome brother, however, detailed information about her parents and brother is not available to the public dominion and we will update you later.
Sarahbeth Ackerman Husband
Sarahbeth is happily married to her long-time friend called Eric Weine. Her caring husband is a local veterinarian. The duo got engaged when Sarabeth was 21 years of age on the picturesque covered bridge in Woodstock. The couple shares a pretty daughter.
Sarahbeth Ackerman Salary
Sarahbeth earns an annual salary of $87,600 per year. This is according to NBC5 News anchors’ and reporters’ salaries.
Sarahbeth Ackerman Net Worth
Ackerman has an estimated net worth of $1 Million – $5 Million U. S dollars.
Sarahbeth Ackerman Career
In February 2021, She joined NBC5 News as a morning anchor for WPTZ-TV based in South Burlington, Vermont. Before joining NBC 5 News team, Ackerman served from August 2016 to February 2021 for WFTV in Orlando, Florida as a morning reporter and fill-in traffic anchor.
Before that, Sarahbeth served from July 2014 to August 2016 as a multimedia journalist and news reporter for WTVH-TV, WSTM-TV, and WSTQ-TV based in Syracuse, New York Area.
While working there, Ackerman covered several trials, including the high-profile murder trial of Dr. Robert Neulander showcased on Dateline.
Moreover, the coverage of the case won her WSTM news team won an Emmy award won extensive coverage. Her WSTM news team for “Overall Excellence” also won the Edward R. Murrow Award
Prior to that, Sarahbeth served from June 2013 to June 2014 for KMOT-TV in Minot, North Dakota, as a news producer, director, and reporter.