Syan Rhodes Biography
Syan Rhodes currently works at KPRC, in Houston, Texas as an anchor and reporter. Previously, she worked at WESH 2 News on CW18 at 10 p.m since November 2007 as an anchor. Before that, she worked at WMC-TV, the NBC affiliate in Memphis, Tenn as a weekend anchor for two years.
Syan Rhodes Age
Syan Rhodes was born in Houston, United States. However, she has kept exact details on her age hidden, review on this is going on, and soon as the correct information is within our reach will update this part.
Syan Rhodes Height
Syan stands at an approximate height of 5 ft 4 in /1.6 m tall.
Syan Rhodes Education
Syan studied at Dodson Elementary, T. H. Rogers School, and Episcopal High School. Then she went to Northwestern University’s Medill School of Journalism, where she earned a Bachelor of Science in Journalism degree.
Syan Rhodes Family
Syan Rhodes Wife
Syan has kept her lovelife under wraps, it isn’t known whether she is single, dating married, or divorced, nevertheless, research is being conducted, and soon as facts are at our disposal will update this section.
Syan Rhodes Salary
Syan annually receives a salary of $64,412. This is according to KPRC anchor’s/reporter’s salaries.
Syan Rhodes Net Worth
Syan has an approximated net worth of $1 million.
Syan Rhodes Career
Rhodes as of now serves at KPRC, in Houston, Texas as an anchor and reporter. Prior, she worked since November 2007 at WESH 2 News on CW18 at 10 p.m. as an anchor. Previously, she worked in Memphis, Tenn at WMC-TV, the NBC affiliate as a weekend anchor for two years. She also worked in Knoxville, Tenn at WBIR-TV, the NBC affiliate as a reporter and weekend morning anchor for three years.
Into the bargain, she worked in Tyler, Texas at KETK-TV the NBC affiliate as an investigative reporter and weekend anchor. She also worked in Topeka, Kan at KSNT-TV, the NBC affiliate as a TV reporter during a three-month internship. Syan studied at Dodson Elementary, T. H. Rogers School, and Episcopal High School. Then she went to Northwestern University’s Medill School of Journalism, where she earned a Bachelor of Science in Journalism degree.
Into the bargain, she received the Independent Voters of Illinois Legal Eagle Award for her coverage of Anthony Porter’s death row case, also she earned herself the Selden ring Investigative Journalism, Illinois, Attorney for Criminal justice Advocate Award.