Susan Roesgen Biography
Susan Roesgen is a prominent American TV reporter currently working as a special assignment reporter and an evening news anchor at WGNO-TV. Prior to joining WGNO-TV in January 2011, she spent four years working as a correspondent at CNN. Furthermore, she holds a certificate in English as a Second Language and volunteers as an English teacher for the local immigrant community.
Susan Roesgen Age
Susan Roesgen was born in New Orleans, Louisiana, in the United States, in 1961. Susan is 62 years old.
Susan Roesgen Height
Susan has a height of 5 feet 7 inches (Approx 1.77 m).
Susan Roesgen Family
Susan was born and raised by her hardworking and caring parents in New Orleans, Louisiana, in the United States. She is the proud daughter of William Roesgen, former editor of the Billings Gazette and publisher of several newspapers. Susan grew up alongside her sister Andy Roesgen who is a freelance television reporter.
Susan Roesgen Husband
Despite being a public figure, Susan has managed to keep her love life a secret. It is therefore not clear to the public whether she is married, dating, gay, or straight. We will be sure to keep you posted as soon as we get clear facts and information about her relationship life.
Susan Roesgen Education
She attended Montana State University in Bozeman and graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in English Literature. Additionally, she is a certified English teacher from the Hispanic Resource Center, Kenner, Los Angeles.
Susan Roesgen Salary
She earns a satisfactory salary of $90,780 annually. This is in accordance with WGNO-TV special assignment reporters’ salaries.
Susan Roesgen Net Worth
Susan has been able to garner a decent fortune over the years he has worked and has an estimated net worth of between $1 million – $5 million.
Susan Roesgen Career
As of now, Susan works as a news anchor and reporter for WGNO-TV. There, she co-anchors the 5 p.m., 6 p.m., and 10 p.m. newscasts alongside LeBron “LBJ” Joseph. Prior to joining WGNO-TV in January 2011, she spent four years working as a correspondent at CNN. During her stint, Susan worked at CNN’s Gulf Coast Bureau in New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina in 2005.
She also reported on the impeachment of Illinois Governor Rod Blagojevich as well as flooding in Fargo. Betwixt 2002 and 2005, she worked as a freelance reporter for NPR’s “Morning Edition,” “All Things Considered,” and other NPR programs. Before, Susan served as a host for the National Geographic Channel for a year. There, Susan hosted “National Geographic Today”.
She commenced her career in 1993 when she joined WDSU-TV where she co-anchored 6 pm and 10 pm newscasts. Additionally, Susan won the Associated Press award due to her five-part series reported in Israel in 1996.