Susan Raff Biography and Wiki
Susan Raff is an American journalist who is currently working as a Chief Capitol reporter at WFSB TV Channel 3 in Hartford, CT. Likewise, she serves as a member of the Lily’s Kids board of directors and as a guest speaker at business forums.
Susan Raff Age and Birthday
Susan Raff Height
Susan stands at a height of 5 feet 6 inches (1.68 m) tall.
Susan Raff Education
The news reporter attended a high school in her hometown. Afterward, she joined Emerson Collegea private college with its main campus in Boston, Massachusetts.
Later, she earned a Master’s degree in Communication.
Susan Raff Family, Parents, Siblings
Susan was born and brought up by her parents in Middletown, United States. However, our attempts to find out more about their identities were in vain since she has not disclosed the information to the public. It is also not known whether she has any siblings or not. More information will be updated soon.
Susan Raff Husband and Married
In regards to her marital status, Susan has not disclosed whether she is currently married or in any relationship. However, we are keeping tabs on her personal life and further information will be updated soon.
Susan Raff Salary
Susan Raff receives an estimated salary ranging between $35,000 – $150,500 annually from her career as a journalist. Her contract with the exact figures is yet to be released.
Susan Raff Net Worth
The news anchor has an estimated net worth of $1.5 Million (Approx.) as of 2023. This amount is from her extensive career as a news reporter.
Susan Raff WFSB 3 News
Susan is a journalist who is currently working at WFSB TV Channel 3 in Hartford, CT. Here, she serves as the station’s Chief Capitol reporter and often specializes in reports that specialize in the State Capitol reports.
She was among the reporters that covered the Sandy Hook massacre and the abolishment of the death penalty. She also led the report coverage of the approval of Sunday liquor sales and medical marijuana.
Likewise, she serves as a member of the Lily’s Kids board of directors and as a guest speaker at business forums. Furthermore, she served at the Connecticut Children’s Medical Center as an honorary chair for Breast-Feeding Awareness Month.