Zachary Kiesch is a famous journalist working as an anchor for ABC News. He has been a part of the station’s News family since he joined in January 2018. He also worked at the WNYW as a journalist.
|Date of Birth:||1985 - 1995|
|Age (as in 2022):||36 years old (Not Confirmed)|
|Education:||Bachelors of Arts (Broadcast journalism)|
|School:||High School in America|
|Parents:||Manfred and Carol|
|Wife & Marriage|
|Networth & Money|
|Salary (approx.)||$89,631 (Annually)|
Facts About Zachary Kiesch
He was born and raised in Delano, Minnesota, United States.
Zachary Kiesch is best known as a news correspondent and anchor for the ABC news station.
Before officially connecting the journalism industry, he worked as a media director for the Southern Ohio Copperheads.
Kiesch also covered the news of the 2016 presidential election.
He also played football for the Ohio Bobcats as a defensive end in 2005. He only played one season before sustaining ACL injuries and requiring reconstructions.
His mother encouraged him to seek a career in sports journalism.
He worked as a general assignment reporter on Fox 5 and WRC.
In 2007, he was a Multimedia Instructor Consultant (Freedom, Forum Diversity Unit) at Vanderbilt University For two months.
Zachary’s first television job was as a sportscaster and reporter in St. Thomas, USVI, for CBS News affiliate 2.
In September 2010, he joined NBC Universal as editor of The Today for a 5 month period.
He also works as a reporter in Fox 5 New York.
His sister’s name is Logan Kiesch. She working as a teacher at Orono Public School.
She is married to MnDOT investigator Kyle Hoegh.
It is not confirmed but Zachary is the adopted son of Manfred and Carol Kiesch. His biological parents are not known. On Mother’s Day 2018, he posted a photo of his mother thanking him for adopting him after the adoption agency called him a “hard to locate” child.
Zachary Kiesch ABC News
He start his journalistic career in 2007 when he was positioned as a news anchor at CBS Affiliate. Two years later, he leave the station and joined NBC Universal, where he was positioned as editor of the “Today Show.”
Before joining his current station, he worked as a reporter for 2 years on Fox 5. While at the station, he covered Pope Francis’ visit to the United States, the 2016 presidential election, and the Chelsea terror attacks.
Zachary’s reporting has focused primarily on issues of education, housing, criminal justice reform, and civil rights. In 2016, he received an Emmy Award nomination for his reporting on the relationship between communities of color and police officers.