Sula Kim Bio | Wiki
Sula Kim is an American anchor and reporter. She currently serves as a News Anchor and Reporter for Hearst since Mar 2017. Sula is the 6 and 10 pm anchor for WDSU (NBC-TV) in New Orleans. Prior to that, Sula served as a News Anchor at TEGNA in Seattle, WA. She worked there from Jul 2015 to Dec 2016. Before that, she was a Weekday Anchor and Reporter at WDSU-TV based in Greater New Orleans. Sula worked there from Oct 2014 until May 2015.
Prior to that, Sula served as a Weekend anchor at WVEC ABC13 based in Norfolk, Virginia from May 2006 to May 2012. From May 2002 to May 2006, Sula was a Morning feature reporter at WBAY-TV based in Green Bay, Wisconsin. She was also the host of a live teen talk show in Wisconsin on Wisconsin Public Television that dealt with tough adolescent issues. Sula assisted in producing and booking guests for the one-hour show. Later, the show won so many awards across the state.
Sula Kim Age
She was born in Los Angeles, United States of America. Sula’s birthday details are currently not available to the public. It’s therefore not possible to determine her age.
Sula Kim Height
She is a woman of average stature. Sula stands at a height of 5 ft 4 in ( Approx 1.6m).
Sula Kim Family
She was born to her father and mother in Los Angeles, United States of America. Although she is very active on all social pages, Sula does not share her personal life, especially about her parents and siblings.
Sula Kim Engaged
She had been dating her boyfriend called Stanley Ho for some time. In September 2019, They decided that it was the perfect time to move to another level and made their relationship official. On the first weekend of the month, Stand went down on one knee and proposed to his then-girlfriend. After the engagement, Sula shared her best moments with her fans on Facebook.
Sula Kim Married
Sula and her Fiance Stanley Ho had planned to walk down the aisle on April 24, 2020. However, their wedding date was canceled due to the coronavirus pandemic. The couple went on to tie the knot in a private ceremony in June 2020
Sula Kim Education
She holds a degree in communication from the University of California, San Diego.
Sula Kim WDSU | New Orleans
Currently, Sula anchors the 6 and 10 pm news weekdays on WDSU. She made a comeback to WDSU in March 2017 after working for two years at KING-TV based in Seattle. There, Sula served as a weekend evening anchor. She first came to New Orleans in 2012 serving as a morning anchor. During that period, Sula took on many major projects such as the Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia. She was among the three anchors who represented all of Hearst Television.
Sula provided live reports for all 25 stations, filed daily stories on security, carried out exclusive interviews with dozens of athletes, and also handled other issues during the 2014 Olympics. Sula was lucky to be selected to be a part of NBC’s Education Nation with NBC host Hoda Kotb n 2013. She assisted in moderating several panel discussions as well as town hall meetings with both top educators and state legislators.
Apart from the big projects, Sula also covered major stories in Louisiana such as wall-to-wall coverage of Hurricane Isaac and the aftermath of the BP Oil Spill. Additionally, she covered the Hubig’s Pies fire, as well as the corruption trial of former Mayor Ray Nagin. Her most in-depth reports while in New Orleans were helping influence Senate Bill 66, which passed in the 2014 legislative session. Before going to Orleans, Sula worked for 6 years as a general assignment reporter and weekend anchor at WVEC (ABC-TV) based in Norfolk, Virginia.
In Hampton Roads, Sula was part of the station’s Emmy Award-winning team for its coverage of the Virginia Tech shooting. She as well covered many military stories such as the Navy Jet crash in Virginia Beach, the trial of Somali Pirates, as well as the devastation of 22 local Navy Seals who died after their Chinook helicopter was shot down by enemy fire in Afghanistan. Additionally, Sula also spent some time as a feature reporter in the Midwest at WBAY (ABC) based in Green Bay.
Sula’s other colleagues at NBC include;
Sula Kim Salary
Her primary source of income is her current job as the anchor of the 5, 6, and 10 pm news weekdays on WDSU. Sula has an estimated net worth of $68,824 per year.
Sula Kim Net Worth
Her major source of income and wealth is her career as a journalist. Sula has so far accumulated an estimated net worth of $895,724.
Is Sula Kim Married
Yes. Sula and her husband Stanley Ho had planned to walk down the aisle on April 24, 2020. However, their wedding date was canceled due to the coronavirus pandemic. The couple went on to tie the knot in a private ceremony in June 2020
Who Is Sula Kim
Sula is an American anchor and reporter. She currently serves as a News Anchor and Reporter for Hearst since Mar 2017. Sula is the 6 and 10 pm anchor for WDSU (NBC-TV) in New Orleans. Prior to that, Sula served as a News Anchor at TEGNA in Seattle, WA. She worked there from Jul 2015 to Dec 2016.