Rachel Brown Profile
Rachel Brown is the weekend morning co-anchor and a general assignment reporter for ABC7 Eyewitness News since joining the station in June 2019. she previously worked at WCNC-TV as Weekday Evening Anchor and reports.
Rachel is a native of Chicago’s South Side. Brown received a bachelor’s degree in Broadcast Journalism from the University of Illinois. She then went on to pursue a master’s degree in communication management and graduated from Northwestern University one year later.
Brown got her first reporting job not far from home in South Bend, Indiana. There, Brown received her first Emmy nomination for her reporting during a winter storm.
On the search for warmer weather, her next job took her south to Charlotte, North Carolina. Brown joined NBC Charlotte and served as a weekday evening anchor and nightside reporter for three years.
During her time in Charlotte Brown volunteered weekly at Levine Children’s Hospital. Working as a Child Life Specialist, her goal was to make children feel as happy and as comfortable as possible during their stay.
She is so excited to serve Southern California and looks forward to more volunteering opportunities, trying new restaurants, and exploring all Los Angeles has to offer.
Rachel Brown Age
Brown’s age is not known for she has managed to keep her personal life private hence the year, month and date she was born are not known.
Rachel Brown Husband
Brown is not yet married. She is however in a relationship but has not yet revealed the name of the lucky man. She is often seen posting pictures of the two on her Instagram.
Rachel Brown Salary
Being the weekend morning co-anchor and a general assignment reporter for ABC7 Eyewitness News, there is no doubt Brown earns a good salary although the exact amount of money Brown receives has not yet been disclosed.
Rachel Brown Net Worth
Brown has an estimated net worth of around $ 1 million which she has earned through her career as a news anchor.
Rachel Brown ABC7
At ABC7, Brown works alongside;
- Eileen Frere – Reporter
- Rob Fukuzaki – Sports Anchor
- Sid Garcia – General Assignment Reporter
- Carlos Granda – General Assignment Reporter
- Sophie Flay – Journalist
- Kimi Evans – Metrologist
- Chris Cristi – Helicopter Reporter
- Jessica De Nova – Multi-Skilled Journalist
- Denise Dador – Health Specialist
- Tony Cabrera – General Assignment Reporter
- Alex Cheney – General Assignment Reporter
- Lori Corbin – Food Coach and Journalist
- Marc Cota-Robles – General Assignment Reporter
- Adrienne Alpert – General Assignment Reporter
- Marc Brown – Anchor
- Ashley Brewer – Sports Anchor/Reporter