Karen Drew is an American Emmy award-winning journalist who currently hosts The Local 4 News at Noon in Detroit, Michigan.
She is a graduate from Southern Illinois University with a degree in Radio-TV communication who started her career at a local tv station in Dickinson, North Dakota.
Drew’s age is not currently available. However, she celebrates her birthday on 18th September every year according to her social media posts.
She stands at a height of 5 feet 7 inches-1.75 meters.
Karen Drew Family
Drew’s father, who worked at USS Midway Museum, and her mother currently live in Michigan, United States of America.
She also has an older sister whose name is publicly not available.
Husband and Kids
She is married to Paul Drew since January 2008. They have been together for more than ten years now and both are blessed with two adorable daughters, Madison and Morgan.
Karen Drew Net Worth
Drew’s net worth is estimated to be between $1 Million and $5 Million dollars as of 2023. This is estimated from her salary as a news anchor and reporter at WDVI Channel 4 News, income and salary.
Working at Channel 4 News, Karen earns a salary $100k dollars a year.
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Drew Channel 4
She is a famous journalist currently hosting The Local 4 News at Noon in Detroit, Michigan, United States of America. Before joining Channel 4 News in Detroit, Michigan, she had reported from several stations such as WHOA TV in Montgomery, Alabama, and WTVC News in Chattanooga, Tennessee.
Karen is a society girl who involves herself with various social programs in her hometown such as working with Alzheimer Foundation and Troy Community.
In her journey as a news broadcaster, Karen has received several awards for her commendable work. These awards are Emmy Awards from the Michigan Association of Broadcasters and also the Society of Professional Journalists.