Audrey Washington Profile
Audrey Washington is an American reporter working at Channel 2 Action News since joining the station in March 2015. She is a graduate of Pace University.
Audrey Washington Career
Prior to joining Channel 2 Action News, she served as a reporter and fill-in Anchor at WVIT NBC Connecticut. She covered several major stories there, including the Sandy Hook School Shooting and the Boston Marathon Bombings. She was also a part of the team that was granted a George Foster Peabody Award for the station’s coverage of Sandy Hook.
Audrey’s live reports were featured on NBC News, CNN, “Hardball” with Chris Matthews, the “Today Show” and MSNBC.
Prior to heading to Connecticut, she worked as a reporter and an anchor at WJAR NBC 10 News in Rhode Island.
While at NBC 10, she broke several news stories including the Regency Plaza Kidnapping Case and the controversial release of a convicted child murderer, Michael Woodmansee. Audrey also developed and reported on a special “Back to School: Survival Guide” series film on NBC 10 News and the “Today Show.”
Audrey previously worked as a reporter at WSYR NewsChannel 9 in Syracuse and began her career as an anchor/reporter at WITN-TV in Greenville, N.C. During her time at WITN-TV, she scored an exclusive interview with President Barack Obama.
Audrey’s feature and spot news reports were also honored by both The Associated Press and the Radio-Television News Directors Association of the Carolinas.
She has also worked behind the scenes at New York City’s FOX 5 News, MTV Networks, Lifetime Television, and News 12 Long Island.
Audrey Washington Age
Washington’s age is not known for she has managed to keep her personal life private. It is therefore not known how old Audrey is or when she celebrates her birthday.
Audrey Washington Husband
Information about Washington’s dating life is not known for she has managed to keep her personal life away from the limelight. It is therefore not known if Washington is engaged to someone or whether she is married.
Audrey Washington Salary
Being one of the top news reporters for WSB-TV, there is no doubt Washington earns a good salary. However, the exact amount of money Washington receives has not yet been disclosed.
Audrey Washington Net Worth
Washington has an estimated net worth of between $1 Million – $5 Million which she has earned through her successful career as a reporter.
Audrey Washington WSB-TV
At WSB-TV Washington works alongside;
- Wendy Corona – Anchor / Reporter
- Sophia Choi – Anchor
- Jorge Estevez – Anchor
- Jovita Moore – Anchor
- Justin Wilfon – Anchor
- Fred Blankenship – Anchor
- Justin Farmer – Anchor
- Lori Wilson – Anchor / Reporter
- Linda Stouffer – Anchor
- Carol Sbarge – Anchor
- Katie Walls – Meteorologist
- Zach Klein – Sports Director
- Alison Mastrangelo – Sports Director
- Jim Strickland – Consumer Investigator
- Nicole Carr – Investigative Reporter
- Justin Gray – Investigative Reporter
- Richard Elliot – Reporter
- Tyisha Fernandes – Reporter
- Monica Pearson – Journalist
- Eboni Deon – Meteorologist
- Richard Belcher – Investigative Reporter & Anchor
- Brad Nitz – Meteorologist
- Glenn Burns – Chief Meteorologist
- John Pruitt – Anchor