Becky Worley is a renowned Emmy award-winning American journalist and news broadcaster. She is also the tech contributor of Good Morning America on ABC.
Becky Worley, Wife, Coming out to the family.
The reporter openly shared her relationship with her girlfriend. She also urged parents not to worry when kids express their preference. She stated, “ You don`t want your kids to suffer; suppressing their authentic self is the suffering of the highest magnitude.” Becky has two children, twins Emalia and Finn Worley Mitchell, who is very small. She also revealed that she had been married to her wife for more than 20 years now.
Becky Worley spends time with her son skiing on 15 April 2018 (Photo: Becky Worley Instagram)
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Becky is living a blessed married life with her family. She also goes on short trips with her family, goes fishing, skiing as soon as she gets some spare time.
Becky started her career by working at a TV network called KOMO-TV, located in Seattle. She worked in the TV network from 1993 to 1996 and moved to work in web design and information technology for a minuscule business. Becky again decided to step into the area of journalism and joined ZDTV/ Tech TV around 1998. Her web broadcast called Hook Me Up is a huge success. Her successful shows have allowed her to garner a net worth of more than a million dollars.
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The salary of an ABC news correspondent ranges from an average of $106 thousand to $131 thousand.
Becky Worley Bio
Becky Worley was born on 4 February 1971. She was raised in the United States of America by her parents. Becky attended Middlebury College, where she started playing rugby and also took Japanese language classes. Becky loved journalism and was a hardworking student since she was very young. She graduated magna cum laude from Middlebury and decided to get a Master’s degree. Becky achieved her Master’s degree in the field of education from Stanford Graduate School of Education. Becky, who is of average height, turned 48 this year on February.