Abby Ham Biography, Age, Married, Salary, Height and Net Worth

Abby Ham Biography

Abby Ham is an American anchor working for WBIR 10News. She is well known for having worked in three different news network before returning to WBIR 10News to be close to her family. 

Abby Ham Age

Ham was born on 3rd of September in 1980, She is 38 years old as of 2018.

Abby Ham Family | Young

Abby grew up along with her siblings. Her parents moved a lot until they finally settled in Tucson, Arizona. She is of American Nationality and belongs to white ethnicity. There is no much information about his early life and how she was raised.

Abby Ham Husband | Married | Children

Ham is a beautiful Blonde woman, who married Herby Lambert in the March of 2007. The pair began dating in August of 2005 when Abby was working for WTAP-TV. They met at a bar first and she played hard to get before allowed Lambert to buy her a drink.  Abbys’ husband Lambert works in a sales department for beer and beverages company. He is very supportive and has moved his work as well wherever Abby decided to go for her work. The pair has one grown son Hatcher Ham Lambert who was born in September 2014.

Abby Ham Education

Ham was enrolled at a high school in Tucson and later joined attended the college there. She later earned her Broadcast Journalism degree from the University of Arizona.

Abby Ham Height

She stands at a height of 5 feet 2 inches.

Abby Ham Career | WBIR News

Abby began her career just right after graduating from the University, she started her career in a small station in Ohio. It worked at NBC affiliated station, WTAP-TV. Because it was a small station Abby got a lot of freedom to learn from camera work, video editing software to anchoring and production. She received multiple Associated Press Award for her work there and later moved to Knoxville, Tennessee for a better opportunity. Ham later worked in WTAP-TV for two years and joined WBIR 10News as an anchor and reporter.

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She as well proved it worth through her hard work in WBIR 10News and got promotion to morning anchor. After that, Abby looked for a bigger market and moved to Cleveland, Ohio in 2007. There she joined WKYC Channel 3. Through her hard and dedication was fruitful again and she helped the channel to gain a new demographic of female viewers aged 25-54. Ham covered lots of stories including the 2008 US Presidential elections. But after two years in 2009, she left the station and moved back to WBIR 10News. Besides news reporting, Abby runs her youtube channel as well. Her channel has 1,099 Subscribers and has 12 videos. Ham shares videos on fitness, health, and makeup tips.

Abby Ham Salary | Net Worth

Ham estimated net worth is not available yet but on average, a news anchor makes about $83,000 in the USA. But depending on the market size the minimum amount an anchor earns is $14,000 to the maximum of $875,000. She as well worked in small market size to the large market size of Cleveland. Her Husband works in sales for beer and beverages company. An average Sales Manager in the USA earns about $58,157 to $73,195.She resides lives in Knoxville, Tennessee with her husband and her son. The cost of living indices in Tennessee based on the US average of 100 is 96.2, which means Tennessee is cheaper than the US average. The average Home price in Tennessee is $156,800 so we can assume the cost of Abby’s home falls on a similar average.

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I am so happy to wake you up every morning on 10News Today and Mornings with Fox43! I am originally from the south and am so happy to be home right where I belong. I am a proud graduate of the University of Arizona’s journalism program. I started my career in Parkersburg, West Virginia/Marietta, Ohio, as anchor and producer of the 5:00 show at WTAP. After a year, I was promoted to evening anchor and 11:00 producer.

WTAP was the very best place to begin my journalism career. While there, I learned to shoot and edit video, report, anchor and produce. I was also very involved with the 2004 presidential election between Former President George W. Bush and Senator John Kerry. I even got the opportunity to interview then-Democratic Vice Presidential candidate John Edwards. While there, I won several Associated Press awards for anchoring and reporting.

I was with WTAP for more than two years and then moved here to Knoxville to become weekend anchor/reporter for WBIR. After a few months, I became the morning anchor on 10News Today. I reported on various stories, including the fire at the McClung Warehouses. The coverage was nominated for a regional Emmy.

In 2007, I had the opportunity to anchor the morning newscast in Cleveland, Ohio. While I was sad to leave, I was excited for the opportunity at WKYC. While in Cleveland, I got to report on the 2008 presidential election, more specifically the Cleveland debate between 2008 Democratic Presidential candidates Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama. I also volunteered with special organizations, like the JDRF, The Ronald McDonald House, and Dress for Success.

In 2009, it was time to come home. I missed my family and this beautiful area and could not wait to return. WBIR was kind enough to give me my old job back and again I sit at the anchor desk for 10News Today.

If you’d like to reach out to Abby, please email her at abbyham@wbir.com.

My anchor duties have expanded a bit. In 2010, we started a 4:30 am newscast and in 2011 we partnered with Fox 43 to launch a two hour morning show, Mornings with Fox 43 from 7-9. I also produce Your Stories, a weekly feature report on the interesting people and places in East Tennessee. I am very involved with the Buddy’s Race Against Cancer every year to benefit the Thompson Cancer Survival Center and love volunteering for other local charitable organizations.

I am originally from Atlanta, Georgia, but have lived all over the country. My parents, brother, niece, nephew and aunt also now call Knoxville home. My husband, Herby, our son, Owen, dog, Yogi and I love being here in East Tennessee with family, friends, the wonderful WBIR viewers and SEC football. Thanks for watching, everyone!