Susie Steimle Bio, Wiki
Susie Steimle is an American journalist and reporter. She serves as a Project Home original series reporter at KPIX CBS5 in San Francisco Bay Area. Susie joined the station in September 2016. She is aware of the housing affordability crisis is personal to everyone in the Bay Area and she’s eager to hear people’s stories.
She exposed millionaires lying on low-income housing applications and then renting out those low-income apartments on Airbnb. This led the city attorney to sue one of the millionaires exposed. Susie is convinced that the early experience made her a better reporter. It also allowed her to appreciate the challenges that colleagues face every day. She also advocates for women’s rights and mental health awareness, and while in Rhode Island, she advocated for the Arthritis Foundation.
Susie Steimle Age
Susie was born in 1987 in Michigan, United States. She is 33 years old.
Susie Steimle Height
She is a woman of average stature. Susie stands at a height of 5 ft 6 in (Approx. 1.6 m).
Susie Steimle Family
She was born and raised in Michigan by her parents. Susie was raised in a news-conscious household, her parents watched the news every night and 60 Minutes every Sunday. She holds an American nationality. More details on her parents and/or siblings are not available yet.
Susie Steimle Married
Susie is married to her husband Justin Hall, whom she met while on study abroad in Sevilla, Spain. The duo tied the knot in the summer of 2017 and went to Southeast Asia for their honeymoon. Susie loves spending time with friends and family, hiking around the Bay Area, and finding new restaurants. She also loves to travel and has been to 28 countries.
Susie Steimle Education
Susie’s interest in broadcasting started in high school, she was taking part in theatre and speech competitions. Her talent led to scholarships at the University of Missouri in 2006. while in college, Susie interned with KOMU-TV at the age of 20. After college, she served as a fill-in news anchor and as the Political Reporter at WCAX-TV in Burlington, VT. While there, Susie covered the 2012 New Hampshire primary.
Susie Steimle KPIX
She serves as a Project Home original series reporter at KPIX CBS5 in San Francisco Bay Area. Susie joined the station in September 2016. She is aware of the housing affordability crisis is personal to everyone in the Bay Area and she’s eager to hear people’s stories. Since coming to KPIX 5, Susie has been a part of a variety of housing-related investigations. She exposed millionaires lying on low-income housing applications and then renting out those low-income apartments on Airbnb. This led the city attorney to sue one of the millionaires exposed.
Susie also found realtors coaching homebuyers how to legally evict people via the duplex loophole. Prior to moving to Bay Area, she served at WBZ-TV in Boston covering Hurricane Sandy and the Marathon Bombings trial. Additionally, Susie also covered the Aaron Hernandez murder trial that rocked the New England Patriots and the region. Susie began working when she was 20 years old serving at KOMU-TV, a university-owned NBC affiliate in Columbia, Missouri.
Susie’s colleagues at KPIX include:
Gianna Franco – traffic anchor
Katie Nielsen – reporter
Kenny Choi – anchor
Emily Turner – reporter
Maria Medina – anchor
Betty Yu – general assignment reporter
Darren Peck – meteorologist
Vern Glenn – sports anchor
Project Home Susie Steimle
Susie currently manages KPIX-TV’s long-form “Project Home” series on the Housing Affordability Crisis in San Francisco.
Susie Steimle Salary
She works as a reporter at KPIX, she, therefore, receives a satisfactory salary. Susie’s average salary is $612, 231 per year.
Susie Steimle Net Worth
She has worked as a journalist for many years. Therefore, there is no doubt she has accumulated a decent wealth over the years. The estimated net worth of Susie is $ 634,263.