Bree Sullivan Biography and Wiki
Bree Sullivan is an American Meteorologist and journalist serving at KCCI-TV as a weather forecaster. She previously worked as a meteorologist for WOI-TV in West Des Moines. She worked there for 3 years before finally joining KCCI in 2018.
Bree Sullivan Age and Birthday
Details on her age, date of birth, and birthplace are unknown since she has not revealed any information about her birth details. However, this section is pending review and will be updated soon.
Bree Sulivan Height
Bree stands at a height of 5 feet and 6 inches tall.
Bree Sullivan Education
Sullivan attended Iowa State University where she graduated with a degree in Meteorology and a minor in Math. Post-graduation.Further information about her educational background will be provided soon when established.
Bree Sullivan Family
Sullivan was actually born and raised in Massachusetts by her parents whose identities have not yet been revealed. It’s also not known if she has any siblings. This section is pending review and will be updated soon.
Bree Sullivan Husband
Bree is happily married to his loving husband. However, no details can be found about her husband since they like to maintain a low profile. We are keeping tabs and we will update information regarding her husband soon.
Bree Sullivan Salary
The Meteorologist receives an annual salary ranging from $26,292 to $73,507 that translates to an hourly average wage of between $ 10.16 and $ 31.34. However, we do not have the actual salary of Bree since it has not yet been made public. We will update with section soon.
Bree Sullivan Net Worth
Sullivan has an estimated net worth ranging from $300k to $700k as of 2021. Her primary source of income is her career as a meteorologist.
Bree Sullivan KCCI
After graduation, Bree and her husband relocated to Florida where she taught a math course at a local community college. Once back, Bree spent three years working as a meteorologist for WOI-TV in West Des Moines before coming on board at KCCI.
She grew up in Massachusetts watching hurricanes moving up the east coast; but when summertime rolled around, summer afternoons were spent watching storms roll in over her grandparents’ Iowa farm.