Wendy Ryan (News Anchor) Bio, Wiki, Age, Husband, Daughter, Health, ABC, Salary, Net Worth

Wendy Ryan Biography and Wiki

Wendy Ryan is an American news anchor and reporter who currently works as a news anchor for ABC Action News anchoring the 5 pm, 6 pm, and 11 pm newscasts. An Emmy award-winning journalist, she joined ABC News in April 2003.

Wendy Ryan Age and Birthday

Wendy has not disclosed any information on her age, date of birth, and birthday.

Wendy Ryan Height and Weight

Wendy’s height is currently unavailable.

Wendy Ryan Family and Education

Ryan was born and raised by her parents in Cleveland, Ohio, She joined the University of Arizona in 1985 & graduated with a Bachelor of Science (B.S.) degree in 1989. She studied Communication and Media Studies.

Wendy Ryan Husband and Married

Wendy is happily married to her husband Jerome Ritchey Ritchey. The couple met in 2001 when they worked on separate TV stations in Illinois. Ritchey, a native of Ohio co-anchored the evening news at Springfield’s sister station. In their marriage, Wendy and Jerome have been blessed with a beautiful daughter named Raquel.

Wendy Ryan Children

Wendy has a 20-year-old daughter and a 19-year-old son of a previous marriage.

Wendy Ryan ABC News Wikipedia

Ryan joined ABC Action News in April of 2003, anchoring the 5 pm, 6 pm, and 11 pm newscasts. Her Emmy-nominated franchise known as “Dirty Dining” has been featured on Good Morning America, 20/20, Jimmy Kimmel Live, and Last Week Tonight with John Oliver on HBO.

She’s also part of the ABC Action News I-Team, doing countless investigations on food safety inspections through Florida’s Division of Hotels and Restaurants, the Department of Agriculture, and the CDC.

For the last 10 years, Wendy co-anchored the Emmy award-winning ‘Taking Action Against Domestic Violence campaign and Primetime Special.

Over the last 15 years in the bay area, Wendy also covered major hurricanes including live continuous coverage during Hurricanes Charlie, Francis, Ivan, Jean, and most recently Hurricane Irma.

She’s also covered other major local events including the 2004 Tampa Bay Rays in the World Series, the 2008 Tampa Bay Lightning in the Stanley Cup Championship, the 2012 Republican National Convention, and several years of live coverage of the Jerry Lewis MDA Telethon.

During her career, Wendy spent almost 10 years in Los Angeles, California. She worked as an anchor/reporter for KWHY-TV, The Business Channel, covering the financial markets and interviewing top CEO from around the country. She then moved to Miami to launch her own national show with NFN, Net Financial News.

Wendy also worked for a national cable network focusing on international issues and covering the Middle East peace process. Wendy was the main evening anchor for WICS-TV in Springfield, Illinois, where she met her now-husband, Jerome, live on the air.

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Wendy Ryan Salary

Wendy receives an annual salary ranging between $ 24,292 and $ 72,507 which translates to an hourly average wage of between $ 10.15 and $ 31.32.

Wendy Ryan Net Worth

Ms. Ryan has an estimated Net Worth of $350,000 as of 2020, She has amassed this amount from her career as a news journalist for ABC News and other previous networks she has worked for.

Wendy Ryan Health

Wendy has been doing well since she came out of the hospital, There have been no negative reports on her health so far.

Wendy Ryan ABC

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