Ellen Bryan is an American journalist, author, and motivational speaker. She is praised for her versatile works and their contributions in different fields.
As a motivational speaker, she owns and runs a daily online series named Minute Motivation, where she makes all her effort to inspire people to embrace their challenges and weaknesses in their life and never lose hope to achieve their dreams in their life.
Additionally, she has also fulfilled her long-time passion for becoming an author by writing a book recently in 2019.
She has published a motivating book named A Work In Progress, where she describes life as a journey and never-ending growing process of a person.
Ellen Bryan’s Wiki
Ellen Bryan celebrates her birthday on 1st August of every year.
Ellen grew up in a small town close to the border of Ohio and Indiana, considered both as her home states. She loved to compete in pageant competitions from a young age.
While in college, she went on to grab the crown of Miss Ohio. Being smart enough, she was crowned Miss Ohio 2011.
Later, after the success as Miss Ohio, she went to compete for Miss America 2012, representing the Ohio state. Though she was not able to grab the title, her performance was widely praised.
Talking about her education, she attended Ball State University in 2007 and graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Telecommunications in 2011.
Age & Height
Anyone seeing Ellen Bryan anchoring the news on TV may have known her as a beautiful, smart, and young lady. She is 31 years old as of 2019.
She stands at the height of 5 feet and 8 inches (1.75 meters).
Journey To WUSA9
After her graduation, Ellen Bryan began her professional career by joining WTVQ’s ABC 36, located in Lexington, Kentucky.
She joined the news channel in July 2012 and worked until April 2014 as an anchor and reporter. While working there, she anchored weekend news at 6:30 and 11 pm.
After ABC 36, she went to Dallas-Fort Worth, Texas, and joined NBC 5 in April 2014.
While serving there for two years as a reporter until March 2016, she covered the Ebola crisis that reached Dallas in 2014, and the following year, she reported on the wettest year in North Texas’ history.
There, she also covered several weather cases, including December 2015’s deadly tornado in Garland.
Finally, she came to her current channel, WUSA9 situated in Washington, D.C.
Ellen Bryan on the news set of WUSA9 on 14 February 2019 (Photo: Ellen Bryan's Twitter)
She joined the news team in April 2016, and since then, she has been serving the reputed channel as a multimedia journalist.