Rachel Lundberg Bio | Wiki
Rachel Lundberg is an American journalist currently working for WCNC-TV in Charlotte, North Carolina as an anchor and reporter. When she first joined the station, she started off as a general assignment reporter and was later promoted to an anchor and reporter the same year.
Prior to joining WCNC, Rachel worked at CBS 42 in Birmingham, Alabama as the morning traffic anchor and noon news anchor. While there, she had her own franchise called “Rachel on the Road” where she took on adventures as well as discovered hidden gems all over Central Alabama.
Rachel Lundberg Age
She was born in the South and raised in a small town less than an hour North of Orlando, Florida, in the United States. Rachel is around 26 years old. However, she has not shared any information concerning her date and year of birth.
Rachel Lundberg Height
She is a woman of above-average stature. Rachel stands at a height of 5 ft 7 in (Approx 1.71 m).
Rachel Lundberg Family
Her parents and family have been living on the same lake in Eustis, Florida. Rachel was born to her mother Shawn who was referred to as a “farm girl” and her father John the “country club” son. Rachel’s parents both attended the University of Florida in Florida where she grew up. Her mother works as an OBGYN Nurse Practitioner while her dad is a salesman.
She has three siblings named Jordan, David, and Madison. Rachel and her family have always been close and they share a strong bond. Her sister Jordan is married to her husband and is blessed with two children which makes Rachel an aunty. Rachel’s brother David is also married to his wife Megan who is a nurse at Mayo Clinic in Jacksonville.
At the age of 5 years old, Rachel was diagnosed with celiac disease, a malabsorptive condition that by then was rarely diagnosed. After some years, it was discovered that she was suffering from vitiligo, a condition whereby the skin loses its pigment cells. In addition to that, Rachel also had grand mal seizures during her pre-teens years. Fortunately, she outgrew those episodes.
Rachel Lundberg Husband
She is currently engaged to her long-time boyfriend turned fiance Carter Brunelle. Carter works as a software account executive. The pair met through a mutual friend who introduced them in the fall of 2017 on a college football Saturday. On that day, Rachel sent her mother a text requesting her to pray for the guy she just met to ask for her number. However, much to her dismay Carter didn’t ask for her number that day.
After a period of a year and a half without any communication whatsoever, Rachel received an Instagram message from Carter Brunelle himself and eventually exchanged phone numbers. After two weeks after their reunion, Carter flew to Charlotte and took Rachel on their first date. Things escalated from then and the rest is history.
Rachel Lundberg Wedding
She is engaged to her soon-to-be husband Carter Brunelle who is a software account executive. The duo announced that their wedding would be on March 20, 2021, in Orlando, Florida. The Wedding ceremony would be held at Dr. Phillips Center on the rooftop from 4:30 p.m to 5:00 p.m., and the reception at Dr. Phillips Center DeVos Room 445 South Magnolia Avenue, in Orlando from 5:00 p.m to 10:30 p.m. However, we are yet to confirm whether Rachel and Carter carried on with their wedding plans. We will keep you posted as soon as we have full details regarding her wedding.
Rachel Lundberg Education
She attended Auburn University where she graduated in 2015 with a Bachelor’s degree in Broadcast Journalism.
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She currently serves as an anchor and reporter for WCNC-TV in Charlotte. Rachel joined the TV station working as a general assignment reporter and was later promoted to anchor and reporter. While there, she has covered top trending topics from a local story receiving a lot of social media attention to a national topic going viral. She also enjoys sharing stories that motivate the community.
Previously, Rachel worked in Birmingham, Alabama serving as the morning traffic anchor and noon news anchor for CBS 42. In addition, she has her own franchise known as “Rachel on the Road” where she took adventures and also discovered hidden gems all around Central Alabama. She obtained her Bachelor’s degree in Broadcast Journalism from Auburn University and her number one goal in her profession is to help everyday people have a voice in topics that matter.
During her days at Auburn University, Rachel served as an anchor, reporter, and sports director for the campus news station. In addition, she also hosted a football talk show known as “This is Game Day” as well as covered Auburn’s 2013 football national championships game. Rachel also interned with WESH-TV in her hometown of Orlando, Florida, where she covered breaking news and also got her first real taste in the field of local news reporting. In addition, she also interned with E! Networks in Los Angeles where she wrote and also produced segments for the newscasts as well as helped in movie premiere coverage.
Some of Rachel’s colleagues at WCNC include:
Fred Shropshire – Anchor
Kendall Morris – Reporter & Multi-skilled Journalist
Brad Panovich – Chief Meteorologist
Vanessa Ruffes – Anchor & Reporter
Iisha Scott – Meteorologist
Rachel Lundberg Salary
She receives quite a generous amount from working as an anchor and reporter for WCNC Charlotte. Rachel’s average salary is $79,059 per year.
Rachel Lundberg Net Worth
Having worked in the media industry for some time now, Rachel has been able to garner a decent fortune. Rachel’s estimated net worth is $850,845.
Is Rachel Lundberg Married
She is engaged to her fiance Carter Brunelle. The pair also shared details regarding their wedding date and venue. However, we can’t verify whether the couple tied the knot.
How Old Is Rachel Lundberg
Rachel is around 26 years old. She was born in Orlando, Florida, in the USA. However, Rachel has not disclosed details regarding her date and year of birth. Therefore, we can’t be able to tell her exact age.
Where Is Rachel Lundberg Now
She has been serving as an anchor and reporter for WCNC-TV in Charlotte, North Carolina. Before that, Rachel worked at CBS 42 in Birmingham, Alabama as the morning traffic anchor and noon news anchor.