Lois Lee Biography
It is always inspiring to see immigrants working their way up to occupy some coveted positions. Lois Lee is originally Korean. When she relocated to Canada, she worked her way up in the media industry. Despite the competitiveness of the industry, she became the national anchor for CTV News Channel. All her success has been a result of passion, desire, and focus.
Lois Lee Age, Family and Husband
She is a first-generation Canadian born in 1984/5. The 38 or 39 years old, saw her parents working their way to earn a living in a foreign land. They owned a small shop in Canada that sold to residents basic items Her parents have continued living together for close to 45 years. Lois is following suit. She is married to Richard Ha. Together they are blessed with 2 boys. They have been together for close to 12 years.
Education and Career
Like many Asians, she wanted to pursue a career that would make her exceptional. She went to Western University where she pursued medical sciences, physiology, and immunology. As a student, she got hit by the journalism bug. She joined Ryerson University where she majored in Broadcast Journalism.
As a journalist, she started by serving as a reporter at The Mississauga News and later as a segment producer for Business News Network. As a producer, she was responsible for booking interviews with people in the business sector and directing field shoots.
After 4 years she joined Rogers Tv as the host of a lifestyle show. She worked as a host for 2 years before joining CTV News as a reporter, host, and anchor for CTV Morning Live where she brought the trending news.
In 2016, she joined Bell Media as a reporter and Fill-in news anchor for Your Morning where she brought the latest local, national, and international news. Her time as a journalist has involved covering exciting news at all scales. She had done a travel report on Jeju island in Korea, severe winter storms in Quebec, the trial of Derek Chauvin who murded George Floyd, an interview with Olympic Champion Damian Warner, and other news.
Her time serving as a journalist has made her a celebrated figure among Asians living in Canada. She is an inspiration to young women from all races. Many ask about her income.
From what we observed, we can approximate her annual salary to be $70,000 per year. Her physical attributes are also something in question. We can say that Lee is 5 feet and 6 inches tall.