Leah McLean Biography

Leah McLean is a news anchor for KSTP-TV in the United States. In June 2004, she started working for 5 Eye witness News.

How old is Leah McLean? – Age

She was born in the United States on 12 February 1990 in Minneapolis. She is 32 years as of 2022.

Where did Leah McLean go to school? – Education

Mclean attended Minnehaha Academy and earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in both Communication and Spanish from the University of St. Thomas.

Leah McLean Husband – parents, husband and children

Her parents are not known. McLean is married to Ben and has two daughters, Grace Evelyn and Eloise Patricia. In her spare time, she likes to travel around Minnesota with her children and participate in various outdoor activities.

Leah McLean
Leah McLean

Leah McLean Instagram

Her Instagram account name is (@leahsonny).

What is McLean Salary?

Her earnings are estimated to be ranging between $24,292 and $72,507.

McLean Net Worth

She receives an estimated net worth that ranges from $1 million to $5 million.

Leah McLean Career

Leah started working at KGUN-TV in Tucson, Arizona, as an assignment editor in 2002. Later, she worked as a news reporter for KTVZ in Oregon and as an anchor for WAOW-TV, an ABC station in Wausau, Wisconsin. She is still employed with KSTP-TV as of 2019, after more than ten years with the station. During her many years with the station, Leah has had the opportunity to work on writing, produce news and promotional content, and even become a lead nighttime anchor. To spend more time with her family, Lean opted to become a reporter in September 2018.

She has also volunteered as a Sunday school teacher at Wooddale Church and at Our Lady of Grace Catholic School in addition to her professional life. She is a member of the Trustees of Minnehaha Academy. After a gas leak caused a piece of Minnehaha Academy’s high school to burst, killing two students, she returned in August 2017 to offer her support. Leah was the one who went to the hospital to report on the tragic news. Leah is also a board member of Urban Ventures, a non-profit focused to poverty reduction. In October 2018, she attended their 25th anniversary celebration to reflect on the institution’s evolution and prospects.

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