After working as an anchor at ABC News, Rachel Scott has become a top media personality. She has earned several accolades, including being named a member of Forbes’ 30 under 30 class of 2021. A native of Southern California, she began her career as an anchor at ABC News Live. Since then, she has continued to work as a reporter for the network. She is 5 feet 7 inches tall and weighs 60 kgs.
|Real Name||Bonita Melody Lysette Langford|
|Profession||Journalist, Television Anchor, and News Reporter|
|Date of Birth||1991|
|Age||31 (As of 2022)|
|Zodiac sign||Yet to be updated|
|Family||Father: Yet to be updated
Mother: Yet to be updated
|Affairs/Boyfriends||Yet to be updated|
|Husband||Yet to be updated|
|Children||Yet to be updated|
|Educational Qualification||Bachelor’s Degree in Broadcast Journalism|
|School||Yet to be updated|
|College||University of Southern California|
|Hobbies||Reading and Traveling|
|Birth Place||Southern California, United States|
|Hometown||Southern California, United States|
|Current City||Washington, United States|
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- Rachel Scott has more than 41.5k followers on Instagram.
- She has a habit of writing a diary.
- Rachel is estimated to have a net worth of $120,000 (as of 2022).
A native of Southern California, Scott is currently the White House correspondent and Washington correspondent for ABC News. She is also a producer and multi-platform reporter for the network. Her career started at ABC News as a production associate on the network’s live programs in 2016. Before joining ABC News, she was an intern at KTLA 5 news in Southern California. She later worked as a news writer for the station, and was also a current events director for the University of the Sunshine Coast’s Political Student Assembly. Previously, she was an executive producer for Annenberg TV News and Trojan Vision Television.
Since being promoted to ABC News, Scott has worked on many high-profile stories. As the presidential election approaches, she has reported from the Democratic primary in Iowa, from the historic Greenwood neighborhood in Alabama, and from the BOK Arena during President Donald Trump’s first campaign rally. Her career has also placed her in the forefront of some of the biggest stories in recent history, including the death of George Floyd, the protests at the White House, and the rise of the “alt-right” movement.