Adrienne Smith Biography
Adrienne Smith, 23 or 24, is an American Multimedia Journalist, reporter, and anchor at WSYR NewsChannel 9. As of 2022, this will be the first time she is working officially in a national media station. Prior to this, Smith interned at NBC News and Today News. She has demonstrated the passion, zeal, and potential to grow in the journalism industry.
Adrienne Smith Age and Husband
She is the adopted daughter of Richard and Judi Smith. Adrienne is a sister to Dustin and Matt Smith. She came to the United States for the first time in 1999 where she met the people who would become her forever family. As a grown-up, Smith is comfortable in making her decision. She is in a relationship with Kyle Levatino.
Adrienne Smith Education and Career
Adrienne was taught the value of education from a young age. It became her passion to be a top performer in academics, which she displayed in high school and college. She went to Notre Dame for her Junior and Senior High School. She later joined Ithaca College where she pursued a degree in Television and Radio Broadcasting.
As a student, she interned at WKTV News Channel 2. She assisted in the production of content and daily tasks in the media network. She also had the opportunity to record stand-ups and anchor news. Smith was a News Reporter and anchor for the school college television. As a reporter, Smtih made weekly packages and created her stories. In 2018, she interned at NBC Sports Group as an Olympics Intern and Executive Office Intern. Her first working opportunity came in 2019 when she joined News Channel 9 in WYSR. She has covered local news in Syracuse.
Adrienne Smith Asian Hate
Adrienne was adopted by an American family. Her original home is Seoul, Korea. She came to America when she was 1 or 2 years old with the ambitions of becoming great. However, she confessed to becoming of hate by Americans because of her heritage. She has been called a “Korean Nothing” and being stared at at a local grocery store. Smith has used her presence in the media to raise awareness of hatred toward Asian-Americans. She confessed that the hate towards people of her race escalated during the time of the Coronavirus pandemic. However, she encourages Asian-Americans to love themselves and accept their origin as a sign of pride of their descent.
Adrienne Smith Success, Height, and Net Worth
This is the first time Adrienne is working in a national media outlet. Already, she had displayed signs of maturity and potential of becoming great in her work. She is an inspiration to young women in college aspiring to be on the screen. Smith also displays a decent lifestyle earned from the salary she gets at WYSR. She is paid approximately $50,000 per year. In addition to her personality and skills is her physique. She has black hair, light skin, and a height of 5 feet and 6 inches which make her perfect for the job.