Chanteé Lans Biography
Chanteé Lans is an American Edward R. Murrow award-winning journalist. Currently, Chanteé covers Long Island for WABC-Eyewitness TV’s News. For the New York Times, she had previously contributed as a writer. Chanteé worked as an evening anchor and investigative reporter for the Shreveport, Louisiana, ABC affiliate before moving back to New York.
Chanteé Lans Age
It is clear that Lans was born in Brooklyn, and she looks 36 years old, she has however not disclosed details in regard to her real date of birth or age. Could it be that she likes to keep her age private? By the look, she seems to be 36 years old as of 2023.
Chanteé Lans Height
Lans stands at an average height of 5ft in7 (approx 1.7m) and has a weight of about 68kg.
Chanteé Lans Family
She was born in Brooklyn and reared on Long Island. However, Chanteé has not disclosed her family members, parents, and siblings. Mostly because she does not necessarily find this information useful to the public. We will keep you posted should this information be available.
Chanteé Lans Husband
It seems Lans has not yet revealed who her life partner is, or perhaps, she has not yet found the love of her life. We will keep tabs and update you soon. Chanteé also has no past record of having any children or just likes to maintain a low profile. She currently resides in New York City.
Chanteé Lans Career
Lans is currently a contributor for Channel 7 Eyewitness News. She worked as a general assignment reporter for both WBZ-TV CBS Boston and KYW-TV CBS Philadelphia. Chanteé spoke with Joe Biden, the president. Additionally, she reported on the Boston Marathon bombings, the arrest and murder trial of New England Patriot Aaron Hernandez, the sexual assault trial of Bill Cosby, the Philadelphia Eagles’ first Super Bowl victory, and Rapper Meek Mill’s detention and release, all of which led to criminal justice reform in Pennsylvania and across the country.
Before focusing on New England, Lans worked as a national desk broadcast associate for CBS News in New York and as a reporter and producer for WAPT-TV ABC 16 in Jackson, Mississippi. Lans has received numerous honors, including the Michele Clark Fellowship from the Radio Television Digital News Association and a regional Edward R. Murrow Award. Additionally, she has received two New England Emmy Award nominations.
As a fellow of the RIAS German/American Exchange Program, Chanteé was chosen by the Radio Television Digital News Association to visit the NATO and European Union headquarters in Brussels, Belgium. Chanteé received her Bachelor of Arts degree in broadcast journalism from Temple University. She was given the Lew Klein Alumni in the Media Rising Star award by the university. She graduated from St. John’s University with a master’s degree in social justice and global development.
Lans assisted in reviving the National Association of Black Journalists chapter in Temple. She helped the chapter earn the NABJ student chapter award during her two years as vice president. Later, Lans co-founded and presided over the Southern New England Association of Black Journalists, the NABJ’s first tri-state chapter. The NABJ professional chapter of the year award was given to it in 2015.
Chanteé Lans Salary
Lans earns an average salary of $75,000 annually.
Chanteé Lans’ Net Worth
Chanteé has an estimated net worth of $500,000. Her primary source of income is her job as a WABC-Eyewitness TV News correspondent.
Social Media Accounts
Chanteé is active on social media and she posts personal and work-related stuff from time to time. She has over 2000 followers on Instagram, about 1500 on Facebook, and around 2300 on Twitter.