• Liz Dahlem is a reporter, best known for her work with Fox 5
• She has a net worth over $300,000
• She studied journalism at Fordham University and began her career as a general assignment reporter for News 12
• She gained recognition for her coverage of high profile stories such as the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting and Hurricane Irene
• Her hobbies include running, snowboarding, playing the piano, and cooking; she is active on social media but her accounts became inactive in mid-2018

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Who is Liz Dahlem?

Liz Dahlem was born on 13 March 1985, in Long Island, New York, USA, and is a reporter, best known for her work with Fox 5. She has also worked for Hartford-based NBC Connecticut, and gained several awards for her coverage of high profile stories, including hurricanes.

The Riches of Liz Dahlem

How rich is Liz Dahlem? As of early-2019, sources inform us of a net worth that is over $300,000, earned through a successful career as a journalist. She’s covered numerous high profile stories over the course of her career, earning a lot of recognition in her field. As she continues her endeavors, it is expected that her wealth will also continue to increase.

Early Life, Education, and Career Beginnings

Very little is known about Liz’s childhood, such as details about her family. There is also no information regarding how she developed an interest towards journalism and broadcasting. After matriculating from high school, she enrolled at Fordham University where she studied for a degree in journalism; the university is the third oldest in New York, and the only Jesuit university in the city. Numerous students from around the world attend Fordham and the school has boasted graduates who have become successful in government, the entertainment industry, or in religious organizations.

After completing her degree, she began working as a general assignment reporter for News 12, The Bronx, a part of the News 12 Networks which are regional channels primarily focused on the New York City metropolitan area. They all offer 24 hour coverage and are all owned by Altice USA, the only exceptions are Manhattan, Staten Island, and Queens.

Liz Dahlem

Career Development

Aside from working as a general assignment reporter, Dahlem also did anchoring duties. She did a lot of work, as regional television stations don’t often have the same number of people dedicated to their programs as major networks. This meant that she often went outside of her usual duties of writing all of her stories with the station. to also do photography and editing. She then moved to Hartford, Connecticut where she began working as a reporter for NBC Connecticut, also known as WVIT, owned and operated by NBC as the other name denotes.

During her time there, her popularity started to increase as she gained recognition for her coverage of high profile news focused on Connecticut. She became a part of the team which covered the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting which occurred in 2012, the deadliest mass shooting at a grade school in US history, as 20 children and six adult staff members were fatally shot before the shooter committed suicide. Her work with her team helped them gain a George Foster Peabody Award, and she was one of the network’s six staff members to accept the award on behalf of the station, given to the most invigorating, powerful, and enlightening media stories presented through various platforms.

Recent Endeavors

Liz has also did covered various weather-related emergencies, including Hurricane Irene, a destructive tropical cyclone that caused at least 49 deaths with damage estimated at $13.5 billion which  affected Canada to the Caribbean. Liz also covered one of the most destructive hurricanes of 2012, known as Superstorm Sandy which inflicted $70 billion in damage, and is considered the second costliest hurricane on record in the US until it was surpassed in 2017. According to various sources, at least 233 people were killed along the path of the storm which spanned eight countries.

After a long tenure with NBC Connecticut, she then decided to move forward towards better opportunities, and began working with Fox 5,  which based in New York City is the flagship station of the Fox television network owned by Fox Corporation. Her popularity and net worth increased further as she continues to work there.

Personal Life and Social Media

For her personal life, it is known that Dahlem is married, though details about her husband and their relationship have never been shared publicly, except for a few photos. The two show no sign of their relationship having any problems – it not known if they have children. When she is not working, she enjoys spending time with her family and friends, and spending time outdoors – she does a lot of physical activities to stay fit. She has participated in several half marathons, completing most of them – one of her most notable finishes was the full New York City Marathon in 2013.

She enjoys running, snowboarding, and playing the piano. She is also an avid cook and loves cooking for her family. Similar to numerous broadcast personalities, she is active online through accounts on social media. She has a Facebook account which did photos and videos of her behind the scenes at her work, while also posting some unusual stories. Her Twitter account also shared a few personal photos while keeping fans up to date on her recent endeavors. However, both of her accounts became inactive sometime in mid-2018, and the reason for her no longer posting online has not been revealed.


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