A Georgian co-anchor of News 12 "First at Five", Katie Beasley is married in May 2013. She was co-anchor for her elementary school's news when she was in the fifth grade. She's also held the position of reporter/photojournalist and part of News 12's award-winning high school football show. Katie's journalist skills have been recognized with Georgia Association of Broadcasters Awards, they are Georgia Associated Press Award and Georgia Association of Broadcasters Merit Award.
Early Life of Katie Beasley
Katie Beasley was born in the Canton, Georgia to David Beasley and Tammy Beasly. She has two younger siblings, a sister, Kelly Beasley and brother, Davis Basley.
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Beasley attended Creekview Middle School then joined the University of Georgia. She graduated in Bachelor Art and a major in Broadcast News Journalism.
Katie Beasley's Career
Katie Beasley started her professional career soon after her graduation, she worked at 5 programs in August, Georgia. Then she worked at Fox 5 team in Atlanta and made her debut on 4:30 am a traffic-reporting program.
p>In 2017, Beasley she served in Good Day Atlanta and Sky Fox Traffic. She earned Georgia Association of Broadcaster Award and the Georgia Associated Press Award.
Katie Beasley's Net Worth
Katie Beasley is one of the reputed personality in Fox News, she started working since 2015. The average salary of a Fox News reporter is between $70k-$120k. so, she might earn the amount between the figures. Considering her career growth, her net worth isn't less than six digit figure.
Katie Beasley's Personal life
Katie Beasley is a married man, she tied the knot to John Milliner in May 2013. He was a Business Executive in Atlanta. The duo was college sweetheart before exchanging a vow.
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The duo is blessed with a daughter, Ava James who was born on October 5, 2015, in Forsyth County.
She has more than 10.9k+ followers on Twitter. She lost her brother because of depression since then she started working for people battling with depression.