Cheryl Preheim Biography
Cheryl Preheim is an American journalist presently working as an evening anchor in Atlanta, Georgia for 11Alive News. In August 2017, she joined the station serving as a morning news anchor.
Preheim served as an anchor and news reporter at KUSA-TV Denver. 9News where she spent 18 years serving before joining 11Alive.She conducted several interviews with different newsmakers such as former presidents. Jimmy Carter, and Noble Peace Prize recipient Malala Yousafzai.
Cheryl Preheim Age
Cheryl Preheim was born on February 2, 1977, in Goshen, Indiana, in the United States. She is 45 years old.
Cheryl Preheim Height
She stands at a moderate height of 5 ft 8 inches/Approx 1.73 m tall.
Cheryl Preheim Education
In 1995, Cheryl graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in English and Communications from the University of Colorado.
Cheryl Preheim Family
Cheryl is a secretive person and has managed to keep information. Concerning her parents and siblings under the wrap despite being a public figure.
Cheryl Preheim Husband
Cheryl is happy hitched to her loyal and handsome husband called Mark. The duo is blessed with four beautiful children. The duo had their fair share of challenges where her son Joshua underwent open-heart. Surgery when was then 7 years old like any other marriage and life itself.
Thankfully Joshua recovered and a few weeks later she gave birth to her. The youngest child at Children’s Hospital happened to have a kidney condition. She enjoys spending time with her family members during her free time.
Cheryl Preheim Salary
Preheim receives an annual salary of $72,879 per year, according to 11Alive News anchors/reporters’ salaries.
Cheryl Preheim’s Net Worth
Preheim earns an estimated net worth that ranges between $1 million-$5 million U.S dollars.
Cheryl Preheim Career
In August 2017, Preheim has been serving as an evening anchor since joining in Atlanta, Georgia for 11Alive News. She served as a morning news anchor when she, first joined 11Alive. Before Preheim became an evening news anchor. She worked at KUSA-TV Channel 9 for 18 years where she served as an anchor and news reporter before she arrived in Atlanta.
Preheim covered a bit of everything from Noble Prize recipients. And also the Columbine High School shootings to profiles. Of presidents during her time at KUSA-TV Channel 9 in Denver.
Cheryl Preheim Awards
- Emmy Awards.
- Colorado Broadcasters Association Awards.
- regional and national Edward R. Murrow Awards.