Who is Ashley Strohmier?
- Full Name: Ashley Strohmier
- Gender: Female
- Age: 33 years old
- Birth Date: January 1, 1989
- Place Of Birth: Jefferson City, Missouri
- Zodiac Sign: Capricorn
- Net Worth: $ 800 k
- Marital Status: In a relationship
- Boyfriend: Mike Counihan
- Children: Not Known
- Height: 5 feet 6 inches (1.68 meters)
- Mother’s Name: Dana Steve Strohmier
- Father’s Name: Steve Strohmier
- Profession: Overnight anchor and News correspondent
Ashley Strohmier Age
She is 33 years old as of 2022. Ashley was born in Jefferson City, Missouri, the United States of America on January 1, 1989. Accordingly, her next birthday will be on January 1st, 2023 and her zodiac sign is Capricorn.
Ashley Strohmier Wife
Strohmier is currently in a romantic relationship with her long-term boyfriend, Mike Counihan, an NYC police and personal trainer. Mike proposed to Ashley on July 26, 2021. The date of their marriage is yet to be told.
Ashley Strohmier Education
Upon finishing high school level at Helias High School, Harlan went ahead and graduated from the University of Central Missouri, where she studied criminal justice.
Ashley Strohmier Parents, Siblings
She spent most of her childhood and teenage years with her devoted parents in Jefferson City, Missouri, United States of America. Ashley is the daughter of Steve Strohmier (dad) and Dana Strohmier (mom). She has two brothers, Mitch Strohmier and Blair Strohmier.
Ashley Strohmier Height and Weight
Strohmier has an estimated height of 5 feet 6 inches and weighs around 59 kg.
Ashley Strohmier Nationality/Ethnicity
The anchor is an American by birth and holds white Ethnicity.
Ashley Strohmie Wikipedia
Strohmie works as an overnight anchor and news correspondent for FOX News Channel (FNC). She has been part of the Network since March 2020. Ashley also frequently operates as a guest host for FNC’s FOX & Friends First (weekdays, 4-6 AM/ET).
Prior to working at FNC, Strohmier worked anchor and as a general assignment reporter at KMIZ-TV (ABC) in Columbia, Missouri where she reported crime, as well as state and local politics. Her in-depth reporting on the state’s Department of Social Services in 2014 resulted in lawmakers opening an investigation into the agency’s practices, receiving her an award from the Kansas City Press Club.