Lauren Westbrook Biography | Wiki
Lauren Westbrook is an American anchor and reporter. She currently works as an anchor at KWTX News (a CBS-affiliated television station) based in Waco, Texas, United States. Before that, Lauren co-facilitated the triumph march in Baton Rouge, which circulated statewide. Lauren became the first Young Professional of the Year by the Louisiana Association of Broadcasters in mid-2020. She is enthusiastic about her work and an active member of the Boys and Girls Club.
Lauren takes part in raising dollars for kids who come from less privileged families. During her leisure time, she takes time to appreciate chipping in, she like meeting new people in the community, working out to keep fit, doing anything including creatures, or being outside. Lauren has been known to bluff leap and also skydive on uncommon events. If you have anything you would like to share, don’t miss to catch-up with her on her Facebook page.
Lauren Westbrook Age | Birthday
She was born on July 27, 1986, in the United States of America. Lauren is 36 years old and she celebrates her birthday on July 27th every year.
Lauren Westbrook Height
She is a woman of average stature. Lauren stands at a height of 5 ft 4 in ( Approx 1.6m).
Lauren Westbrook Family
She was born to her father and mother in 1986, in the united states of America. Her dad has a twin sister and an older brother. Despite being a well-known journalist, Lauren has not shared any more information concerning her family with the public.
Lauren Westbrook Ryan Byrd
She married her long-time fiance called Ryan Byrd. The couple got engaged to each other in 2013. However, information about their wedding date and venue is currently not available,
Lauren Westbrook Education
She graduated from a local high school in Missouri. Later, she went to further her education at the University of Oklahoma. From the University, Lauren graduated with a degree in Mass Communication and Journalism in 2008.
Lauren Westbrook Kwtx
She began her career as a journalist in Central Texas. At KWTX, Lauren covered the Fort Hood shooting in 2009 that claimed 13 lives. She as well covered flooding and partook in the yearly Food for Families drive, an occasion that stays important to her. In 2011 she assumed a morning anchor position at WAFB based in Baton Rouge, La. Lauren started hosting the station’s early afternoon show not long after she joined the channel. Her team won an Emmy assignments award from the Associated Press and the Louisiana Association of Broadcasters.
While working for WAFB, Lauren covered police shootings in 2016 that won WAFB an Edward R. Murrow Award. A month later, she covered extraordinary flooding that occurred in Baton Rouge. The flooding took lives and destroyed a large number of homes and organizations. During that period, Lauren remained at the anchor desk for quite a long time as floodwaters subsided over several days.
The disaster motivated some journalists such as Louisiana locals, Randy Jackson, and Harry Connick, Jr. to form a broadly broadcast show with Lauren so as to fund-raise for those people whose homes were obliterated. in a different line of professionalism, Lauren covered the LSU Tigers’ National Championship in New Orleans.
Lauren’s colleagues at CBS include:
Lauren Westbrook Salary
She earns a lot of income from her current job as an anchor at KWTX News. Lauren has an average salary of 68,116 per year.
Lauren Westbrook Net Worth
She has accumulated a lot of wealth from her career as a journalist. Lauren has an estimated net worth of $866,735.
How Old Is Lauren Westbrook
Lauren is a 36-year-old American journalist who was born on July 27, 1986, in the united states of America.
Is Lauren Westbrook Married
Lauren married her long-time fiance called Ryan Byrd. The couple got engaged to each other in 2013. However, information about their wedding date and the venue is currently not available,
Who Is Lauren Westbrook
Lauren is an American anchor and reporter. She currently works as an anchor at KWTX News. Before that, Lauren co-facilitated the triumph march in Baton Rouge, which circulated statewide. The journalist became the first Young Professional of the Year by the Louisiana Association of Broadcasters in mid-2020.