Brittany Flowers Bio, Age, Height, Family, Husband, Salary, WOOD

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Brittany Flowers Biography

American journalist Brittany Flowers has been employed by WOOD since March 19, 2024, anchoring News 8 at 7 p.m. on weeknights, where she co-hosts with meteorologist Blake Harms of Storm Team 8. She had previously worked for the station as a weekend reporter starting in 2022 and as an anchor of WOOD TV8’s weekend, Daybreak shows. She began working for the channel as a Daybreak reporter in February 2021. She was a multimedia journalist for WLNS in Lansing, Michigan, before.

Brittany Flowers Age

Flowers has not yet revealed the year or month of her birth because she prefers to keep her personal affairs private. Consequently, it is unknown when she will celebrate her birthday. She may be in her 20s, though.

Brittany Flowers Height

Flowers is roughly five feet and six inches tall.

Brittany Flowers Education

2014 saw Brittany Flowers Education Flowers graduate from Jenison High School and enroll in Michigan State University in East Lansing. She earned a bachelor’s degree in journalism and Spanish in 2018. She studied in Puerto Rico and Europe while in college.

Brittany Flowers Family

Flowers was raised in West Michigan, but she has always avoided the spotlight in her personal life; as a result, she has not revealed any details about her parents. Furthermore, Flowers does not have any siblings.

Brittany Flowers Husband

Flowers and Danny Nichols appear to be dating. She shared a photo of them on Facebook on June 15, 2024, with the comment, “I drove straight to Holland to catch the sunset after work last night, and it did not disappoint.” Here in West Michigan, we’re spoiled.

Brittany Flowers Salary

Flowers get paid between $40,000 and $107,500 a year.

Brittany Flowers’s Net Worth

Flowers’ estimated net worth, which she has amassed by her work as a Journalist, is between $1 million and $5 million.

Brittany Flowers Career

Since March 19, 2024, Flowers has been employed by WOOD as an anchor of News 8 at 7 p.m. on weeknights, working with Storm Team 8 meteorologist Blake Harms. She had previously worked for the station as a weekend reporter starting in 2022 and as an anchor of WOOD TV8’s weekend, Daybreak shows. She began her career at the station as a Daybreak reporter.

After graduating from college, Flowers took a sabbatical to travel around Europe on foot. After that, she was hired by WLNS in Lansing for her first job. She covered everything in this capacity, including the 2020 presidential election, protests, and the Lansing riots. She frequently covered for the anchor desk as well.

 

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