Heather Abraham Biography, Wiki
Heather Abraham is an American award-winning journalist. She was nominated for several Emmy’s, including for a deeper look into the work of the Pittsburgh Police Vice Squad. She joined KDKA in December 2010.
Heather Abraham Age
The journalist is 37 years old. She was born on May 14, 1984, in the United States.
Heather Abraham Height and Weight
Heather stands at an estimated height of 5 feet 1 inch (1.54 meters) weighing about 52 kg (115 lbs).
Heather Abraham Education
Heather was brought up in Shaler and graduated from Shaler Area High School (Class of 2002). Her aspiration to become a news anchor started there with the morning announcements.
She furthered her studies at West Virginia University, a public, land-grant, research university with its main campus in Morgantown, West Virginia, where she studied Broadcast News.
Heather Abraham Husband
Heather is married to her husband Frank Trabucco, a valued Pittsburgh firefighter. Together, Heather and her husband Frank are the proud parents of three wonderful children.
The family resides in Pittsburgh, where they bought their 1930s-era home on Mt. Washington, an area known for its panoramic city views, from spots including Grandview Avenue’s Restaurant Row, home to upscale seafood and Italian restaurants.
Heather Abraham’s Children
Abraham has three kids, daughters Lila (7 years) and Sonni (4 years), and son Rocco born in July 2019.
Heather Abraham Salary
Working as a morning anchor and co-host of Pittsburgh Today Live at KDKA, Heather Abraham earns an annual salary of $72,245.
Heather Abraham Net worth
Heather Abraham has an estimated net worth of $700,000 as of 2021. This amount is from her career earnings as a journalist
Heather Abraham Career | KDKA
After graduating from Shaler Area High School, Ms. Abraham earned a bachelor’s degree in broadcast news at West Virginia University. She reported at News 12 Brooklyn, a 24-hour cable news station in New York City before coming to work for KDKA in 2010.
Ms. Abraham has covered major news stories for Western Pennsylvania including, most recently, the Tree of Life synagogue shooting, as well as stories on the Vice Squad in Pittsburgh and new research that’s helping pediatric cancer patients.
She has been nominated for multiple Emmy Awards and is the recipient of a Golden Quill Award for her reporting. Ms. Abraham currently anchors the morning news and co-hosts Pittsburgh Today Live on KDKA in the morning.