Whatever you do, work hard and with all your might. This is more than a suggestion, because it is the only way to success. For example, Lynna Lai, a talented reporter, not only pursued her career with zeal, but she also worked extremely hard. So, through hard work, she has carved out a place for herself in the overly competitive journalism field.
Career and Professional Life
She began her broadcasting career in Peoria, Illinois, with WMBD Channel 31. After a brief stint, she moved to KGW Channel 8, Portland, Oregon, and then to WJW Channel 8. She became Cleveland’s first Asian-American reporter.
She then went on to work at WTSP-TV in Tampa, Fla., and WSB-TV in Atlanta, Ga. She has also worked as a freelance correspondent for ABC News and the BBC.
She is currently employed at WKYC alongside meteorologist Hollie Giangreco. She previously worked as an anchor at WKYC rival WOIO-TV before joining WKYC. She earns $74K per year on average as a WKYC reporter.
Lynna is known for her upbeat personality and storytelling abilities, and she has received five Emmy Awards for Best Spot News Reporting. She received an Emmy nomination for investigative reporting. She has also won an Associated Press Award for Best News Writing and Feature Reporting.
Relationship Status: Single?
Lynna has been married to her husband Phil since 2005. Her relationship with her partner began in 2001, when they began dating. She appears to be madly in love with her husband and is relishing every moment of her married life. She will occasionally share romantic tributes, such as her wedding video and her first date night with Phil on his birthday.
The couple is not only husband and wife, but also parents. They have two lovely daughters. Lynna’s daughters, who are several years apart in age, were both born on the same day, i.e. 26.
Lynna raises her daughter with the cultures of her Asian parents and her white husband. She also gives them the opportunity to learn about both traditions.
Bio and Education of Lynna Lai
Lynna was born in Chicago but raised in Louisiana. She later relocated to Northeast Ohio with her family. She graduated from Louisiana State University, where she received the LSU Honor Scholarship and a National Merit Scholarship.
Lynna has now reached the desirable height of 5 feet and 6 inches (1.6m.) Though her age is unknown, she appears to be quite young despite having two lovely daughters.