Kelley Bayern Biography
This is what you need to know about Kelley Bayern, an American News Journalist currently working as the Morning News Meteorologist currently working for KOIN 6 News. She joined the station in July 2018.
Kelley Bayern Age
Bayern was born and raised in Seattle. Details about her date of birth are not available, therefore this information will be updated as soon as it’s available.
Kelley Bayern Body Measurements
- 1.65 m
Bayern stands at a height of 5 feet 5 inches tall.
Kelley Bayern Family
Little is known about her parent’s names, however, she also has a brother max, who was born on 4 February. Information about her parents will be updated.
Kelley Bayern Husband
Bayern has not shared any information about her love life. This information will be updated as soon as it is available.
Kelley Bayern Salary
Bayern receives an annual average salary of between $ 24,292 – $ 72,507. This is according to KOIN 6 News anchors/reporter’s salaries.
Kelley Bayern Net Worth
Bayern has an estimated Net Worth of $ 100k – $ 1 million dollars. Her career as a meteorologist is her primary source of income.
Kelley Bayern Education
She graduated from the University of Washington with a B.S. in Atmospheric Science and a minor in Mathematics.
Kelley Bayern KOIN 6 News
Bayern is an American News Journalist currently working as the Morning News Meteorologist currently working for KOIN 6 News. She joined the station in July 2018. She also interned Seattle’s KOMO 4 weather team sparked her interest to step in front of the camera and pursue a career in broadcast meteorology.
Before coming to Portland, she also spent three years as a meteorologist in Tri-Cities, Washington at KEPR Action News. While working there, her work was to forecast through record-breaking winter snowfall and severe icing events across the Columbia Basin.
Her morning team’s coverage of a fast-spreading wildfire during the summer of 2017 earned them an Emmy nomination. She also enjoys the active lifestyle of a climber and mountaineer. She has made the summit of the tallest peaks in Washington, like Mt. Rainier and Mt. Baker, and plans to tackle the eight volcanic peaks that Oregon has to offer.