Sophie Heinemann Biography
Sophie Heinemann is an eminent American Award-winning Journalist currently serving as a morning news reporter and anchor at KELO-TV located in Sioux Falls, South Dakota. Before joining KELO-TV News, Sophie served as an assistant director at KAOR 91.1 based in Vermillion, South Dakota from August 2016 to December 2016.
Sophie Heinemann Age
She was born in Keloland, United States of America. Nevertheless, Sophie has not divulged her personal details including her date or her year of birth. Nonetheless, She is around 28 years old, gauging from her physical appearance.
Sophie Heinemann Height
Sophie stands at a height of 5 feet 5 inches (Approx 1.65m).
Sophie Heinemann Family
Sophie was born to her stalwart father and caring mother in the United States of America. Nevertheless, she has not unfolded salient information with regard to her dedicated parents or whether she has any siblings. However, details regarding her lovely family will be updated promptly.
Sophie Heinemann Husband
She is happily married to her good-looking husband named Brady. The lovely couple met back in 2018. Moreover, Brady proposed to her on 21st November 2020, at a private salsa dancing lesson. As a couple, they walked down the aisle in September 2021 at Custer State Park Resort. In addition, they do not have any children at the moment.
Sophie Heinemann Education
She attended the University of South Dakota where she graduated with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Media and Journalism with a minor in Psychology.
Sophie Heinemann Salary
She bags an impressive salary of $89,023 annually. This is according to KELO-TV anchors’/reporters’ salaries.
Sophie Heinemann Net Worth
Sophie Heinemann has been in the journalism industry for several years and has garnered quite a good fortune and has an estimated net worth of $1 million.
Sophie Heinemann Career
She is currently serving as a morning news anchor and reporter at KELO-TV located in Sioux Falls, South Dakota since July 2017. There, she co-anchors KELOLAND This Morning. In addition, Sophie reports for HealthBeat. Before working at KELO-TV, she worked as an assistant director for KAOR 91.1 in Vermillion, South Dakota from August 2016 to December 2016.
While there, Sophie wrote, directed, and also produced daily news updates. Before, she worked as a news anchor for Coyote News at the University of South Dakota from January 2016 to May 2016. Moreover, she commenced her journalism career serving as a news anchor, co-anchoring weekly newscasts for KAOR Radio from January 2016 to May 2016.