Rachel Brown Biography
Rachel Brown is an American journalist who works for ABC7 Eyewitness News as a general assignment reporter and weekend morning co-anchor. She started working for ABC7 in June of this year.
How old is Rachel Brown? – Age
Rachael was born in the city of Chicago, in the state of Illinois. Her age has not been revealed.
Where did Rachel Brown go to school? – Education
She acquired a bachelor’s degree in broadcast journalism from the University of Illinois. She went on to Northwestern University for a master’s degree in communication management, which she earned a year later.
Rachel Brown – Family
There is no information concerning Rachel’s parents and siblings.
Is Rachel Brown Channel 7 Married?
She is not a married woman. She has not stated if she is dating or single.
What is Rachel Salary?
Her salary is under review.
Rachel Net Worth
She receives a predicted net worth of $1 million.
Rachel Brown Career
Rachael started her ABC cadet career in Melbourne in 2002. She recalls the critical moment six years ago, when she was a 16-year-old work-study student who was thrown out of the car in the rain with a tape recorder and instructed to find a Minister she’d never heard of. She finally found a crowd, concluded that the man in the midst was her target, and stood on tiptoe, wet to the bone, heart racing, knowing that this was her fate.
After learning the ropes during her cadetship, Rachael helped run the ABC’s Gippsland desk in Sale, eastern Victoria.
Here, the Essendon girl learned how to dig for tales, encountered fascinating personalities who would become lasting friends, and learned the region’s vital lessons: milk price hikes are a good thing, and you can’t get drinks at the Lakes Entrance (sand) Bar, as her instructor observed on her parting letter.
For 18 months in Melbourne, Rachael presided over the Victorian Courts, which dealt with important issues like as terrorist trials and Melbourne’s gangland war. She has received numerous awards for her legal reporting, including the Walkley Award for Best Radio Current Affairs Report in 2008 for a breaking story about the incompetence of the Victorian Medical Practitioners Board. She had learned that the Board had charged with a Victorian dermatologist of rape.
She earned the trust of the women who were later abused, and she kept the story hidden for a year to prevent damaging their legal case. Rachael has been based in London since 2008, when she joined the AM, PM, and The World Today national radio current affairs shows. She’s worked for Insiders since then, as well as The 7:30 Report most recently. Rachael’s most difficult assignment in 2009 was reporting on the damage caused by Victoria’s Black Saturday Bushfires.