Hope Ford Biography
Hope Ford is an American journalist and news reporter. She is currently working for Up Late news on 11Alive in Atlanta. which she joined in June of 2018. Hope shoots, writes, edits almost all her stories on her own as a multi-media journalist.
Hope Ford Age | Birthday
Details are not known about Hope’s date of birth, she likes to keep her personal matters away from the public eye, making it hard to know her exact age. As soon as it is available, this section will be updated.
Hope Ford Parents | Siblings
After doing our research, information about her parents is not available and it is also not clear whether she has any siblings. Ford was born and raised in Lousiana.
Hope Ford Education
Hope graduated from the University of Louisiana at Lafayette with a Bachelor’s in Mass Communication. There is no more information regarding her educational background.
Hope Ford Married | Husband
Hope likes to keep her personal life private, so there is no information available about her love life. If she is married or has any children is also not known. She often posts cute images on her Instagram with a mystery man.
Hope Ford Salary
Ford earns an annual salary ranging from $24,292 to $72,507, which corresponds to an hourly average salary of between $10.15 and $31.32, according to our average wage estimates for a journalist in the United States.
Hope Ford Net Worth
Her net worth has not been disclosed by Ford. She is a simple individual and never likes to attract public attention by displaying her wealth publicly. However, we will inform you when details about her net worth are published in this section under analysis.
Hope Ford Career
She began reporting for local radio after graduation, before reporting as a reporter and anchor for KLFY in her hometown of Lafayette. She has covered a wide variety of news during her tenure at KLFY: from breaking reports about a judge striking down the state’s same-sex marriage ban to exclusive interviews, such as the man convicted of murder after taking the law into his own hands.
For two years in the Carrier Bowl in New Orleans, she covered her alma mater, the University of Louisiana-Lafayette Ragin’ Cajuns appearance in the Carrier Bowl, and she took opportunities to “step into the story” such as training to be a fire-fighter, spending a day as a waitress, and even learning to swim on camera.
Before moving on to their Atlanta sister station, WXIA, she worked as a reporter and market investigative journalist at WFMY in Greensboro, NC. She has covered hurricanes, presidential candidates, large-scale riots, murder trials, and heartwarming tales of recovery, organ transplants, and adopted children trying to locate their birth parents in her nearly 10 years as a journalist.
She has come up against big businesses such as Airbnb and tracked down suppliers and scammers who dare to take advantage of others. Global outlets such as USA Today, CBS News, NBC News, HuffPost, Buzzfeed, and ESPN have gained national coverage and picked up Hope’s stories.
Hope Ford 11Alive
Hope loves spending time in the community when she’s not in a novel. She was a requested high school motivational speaker and served as Co-Chair of the Acadian Walk to Cure Diabetes and helped spread the word for the JDRF local branch.
Hope Ford is a journalist in Atlanta for Up Late News on 11Alive. In June of 2018, Hope had an opportunity to join the 11Alive squad. Telling stories in a creative, engaging, and always fair and factual way in which Hope enjoys being a journalist at every moment. Hope films, publishes, and edits nearly all her reports on her own, as a multi-media journalist.