Savannah Levins Biography
Savannah Levins is a well-known American multimedia journalist presently working as a reporter at 11Alive News stationed in Atlanta since June 2021. Before joining 11Alive, Savannah worked as a weekend anchor and investigative reporter at WCNC-TV, the NBC affiliate based in Charlotte, North Carolina.
Savannah Levins Age
Savannah Levins was born in 1993, in Alpharetta, Georgia, United States of America. She is 30 years old.
Savannah Levins Height
Savannah is a woman of medium stature and stands at a height of 5 feet 4 inches (Approx. 1.6 m).
Savannah Levins Family
Savannah Levins was born and brought up by her caring and dedicated parents in Alpharetta, Georgia. Nonetheless, Savannah has not shared details regarding either her parents or if she has siblings.
Savannah Levins Husband
She is a gorgeous young woman who loves her life and career. However, Savannah keeps her marital status away from the spotlight. It is therefore not known if Savannah is married, dating, or single.
Savannah Levins Education
She enrolled at Alpharetta High School and graduated with honors and service cords in 2012. Later on, she joined the University of Georgia and graduated cum laude, with degrees in Broadcast Journalism and International Affairs. Afterward, Savannah spent a semester in England, studying international mass communications and foreign policy at Oxford University.
Savannah Levins Salary
She receives a remarkable salary of $78,345 per year. This is according to 11Alive reporters’ salaries.
Savannah Levins Net Worth
Savannah Levins has amassed decent wealth over the years of his work and has an estimated net worth of between $1 Million – $5 Million.
Savannah Levins Career
Currently, she works as a reporter at 11Alive News based in Atlanta since June 2021. Before joining 11Alive, Savannah worked as a weekend anchor and investigative reporter at WCNC-TV, the NBC affiliate based in Charlotte, North Carolina. While there, she won numerous awards, such as the 2020 feature reporting Emmy for her investigation into gay ‘conversion therapy.’
Savannah reported a half-hour investigation into a mysterious cancer cluster that earned the regional Murrow Award for news documentary in 2019. Also, it prompted the involvement of popular environmental activist Erin Brockovich. Before working in Charlotte, Savannah worked as a multimedia journalist at WLTX-TV, the CBS affiliate located in Columbia, South Carolina. While in Columbia, she spearheaded coverage of the Charleston Emmanuel Five massacre, the historic thousand-year flood of 2015, and the confederate flag takedown, all of which were Emmy-nominated.