Liz Kreutz Biography
Liz Kreutz an American Emmy Award-winning journalist working at ABC7 as the Weekend Morning Anchor and Reporter.
Liz Kreutz Age
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Liz Kreutz Height and Weight
Kreutz stands tall at a height of 5 feet 6 inches and has an average body weight.
Liz Kreutz Family
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Liz Kreutz Husband
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Liz Kreutz Net Worth
Kreutz has an estimated net worth rsnge of between $1 Million -$5 Million
Liz Kreutz Salary
Kreutz earns an annual salary range of between $ 45,000 – $ 110,500.
Liz Kreutz Career
She was raised up in San Diego to New York City, where she did her internships in Glamor Magazine, the documentary POV POV Social Justice, and then Good Morning America at ABC News. ABC News was as well the first person to work in New York. She as well worked in the network for nearly six years, airing a number of national news reports, including the 2012 and 2014 mid-term elections, the shooting at Sandy Hook, the church shootings at Charleston, and the elected Pope Francis in Rome for 2013.
She as well served as an embedded ABC News reporter for the 2016 presidential election campaign of Hillary Clinton-a lifetime assignment that took me around the nation and earned her a seat in the front row of one of the biggest presidential campaigns in history.
She switch back to the West Coast and worked as an evening anchor and reporter at ABC10 Sacramento before coming to ABC 7 News Bay Area and was part of a small team of reporters that received an Emmy award local to cover the California wildfires continuously. She as well served as the station spokeswoman for the “Go Red for Women” movement in the American Heart Association and the Sacramento Press Club Board of Directors, where she co-chaired the journalist’s scholarship.