Susan Roesgen Bio, Age, Family, Husband, WGNO-TV, Salary, Net Worth

Susan Roesgen

Susan Roesgen Biography

Susan Roesgen is an American news anchor and reporter at WGNO-TV. She co-anchors the 5 p.m, 6 p.m and 10 p.m newscasts for the station. Roesgen has been a journalist for more than a decade and has national and international experience.

Susan Roesgen Age

Born in 1961, Roesgen is 61 years old as of 2022.

Susan Roesgen Height

She stands at 5 feet 6 inches tall.

Susan Roesgen Education

Following her departure from CNN, she attended Loyola University in New Orleans, where she graduated with a Master’s degree in counseling. Later, she attended Montana State University in 1983 and graduated with honors after majoring in English Literature. Roesgen is also a certified English as a Second Language (ESL) and gives back as an English teacher for the local immigrant community.

Susan Roesgen Family

Her father is William Roesgen. He is a former editor of the Billings Gazette and publisher of some newspapers. Roesegen’s brother is Andy Roesgen who works as a freelance television reporter.

Susan Roesgen Husband

Due to her secretive nature, there is no information about her husband.

Susan Roesgen WGNO-TV

Roesgen works as a news anchor and reporter at WGNO-TV. At first, in 2003, she started her career at WGNO-TV anchoring and reporting part-time. Before that, Roesgen headed back to New Orleans in 2002 and got employed by a radio station known as WWNO. She became their freelance reporter for NPR’s “All Things Considered,” “Morning Edition,” and various NPR shows. Throughout her career, she was on a duty in Haiti with the U.S Army, bartered for a camel in Cairo and in Israel sailing in the sea of Galilee.

Previously, following some years in local television, in 2001, she worked for “National Geographic Today,” as a co-host: a cultural and news events television show aired among many different nations from the headquarters of the station in Washington, D.C. During her tenure, she reported on a comprehensive interview with the founder of titanic Bob Ballard, world-famous conservationist Jane Goodall, in Charleston reporting on the increased civil war submarine and in Egypt reporting on a multi-part featuring Egyptian archaeologist Zahi Hawass.

Susan Roesgen CNN

Her reporting for WGNO and NPR resulted in her getting a job at CNN as the first correspondent for the network’s Gulf Coast Bureau, which was launched in New Orleans in 2005. While there, following two years covering the recovery attempts along the Gulf, she was promoted to a CNN correspondent situated in Chicago in 2007. The stories she covered were as follows every single show for CNN as well as everyday live shots for “Anderson Cooper 360,” “The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer.”

Besides that, her stories included the killing of Michael Jackson in Los Angeles, the raid on a polygamist sect in Texas, the impeachment of Illinois Gov. Rod Blagojevich– plus multiple numerous tornadoes, floods, snowstorms and hurricanes. To sum up, in 2009, Roesgen resigned from CNN.

Susan Roesgen Salary

Her estimated salary ranges between $10,000 – $100,000.

Susan Roesgen Net Worth

Roesgen’s approximated net worth is $1 million – $5 million.

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