Tammy Elliott Biography
Tammy Elliott is a preeminent American journalist currently working in Green Bay, Wisconsin as a morning news anchor for WBAY-TV. Prior to her current station, she worked in Green Bay as an evening anchor at CBS Station where she anchored 5 pm and also 10 pm newscasts.
Tammy Elliott Age
Tammy Elliott was born on October 7, in Ironwood, Michigan, USA. She is around 51 years old. However, she has
Tammy Elliott Height
Tammy’s height is 5 feet 4 inches (Approx. 1.63 m).
Tammy Elliott Family
Tammy was born and bought up by her devoted parents in Ironwood, Michigan, United States. Nevertheless, information regarding Tammy’s parents and siblings is currently not available and we shall update you as soon as this information is within our reach.
Tammy Elliott Husband
She is happily hitched to her dear husband, Glen. The duo share two pretty children.
Tammy Elliott Education
She attended the University of Wisconsin-Madison where she graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Communications in 1991.
Tammy Elliott Salary
She bags a satisfactory salary of $92,800 annually. This is in accordance with WBAY-TV news anchors’ salaries.
Tammy Elliott’s Net Worth
Tammy has accrued a hefty fortune from her successful journalism career and has an estimated net worth of $1.5 million.
Tammy Elliott Career
Currently, she works in Green Bay as a morning news anchor at WBAY-TV. There, she joined Kevin Rompa, Kathryn Bracho, and Steve Beylon to help people in Northeast Wisconsin begin their day. Prior to her current station, she worked in Green Bay as an evening anchor at CBS Station where she anchored 5 pm and also 10 pm newscasts. In 2002, she joined WISN (WBAY’s sister station) in Milwaukee.
Throughout her journalism career, Tammy has interviewed famous people such as former First Lady Laura Bush, Peter Jennings, Brett Favre, Oprah Winfrey, and Katie Couric. Moreover, Tammy has won several awards including the Edward R. Murrow Award, two of broadcasting’s most prestigious honors, and the international Peabody Award. In addition, her reports have acquired many honors from the Milwaukee Press Club, Wisconsin Broadcasters Association as well as Associated Press.