Renee Chenault-Fattah is a beautiful co-anchor of the WCAU NBC 10 New which airs at 4 and 6 p.m on weeknights in Philadelphia. She is mainly known for marrying the U.S. Congressman Chaka Fattah of the 2nd Congressional District of Pennsylvania.

Renee Chenault-Fattah Net Worth

Renne’s net worth and salary in 2019 is under review. 

Renee Chenault-Fattah Personal Life

Renee Chenault-Fattah is a happily married woman. She got married to Chaka Fattah. Chaka is the Pennsylvania politician. She is the third wife of Chaka. The couple together is blessed with a beautiful daughter named Chandler Fattah.

Their marriage is are now 2 and a half years old. The couple together through artificial insemination have a daughter named Cameron Chenault. Chaka is the father of Frances Fattah and Chaka Fattah Jr. who is also known as Chip ( born in March 2015)  from his previous marriage.

Renee Chenault-Fattah Bio, Early Life, and Education 

Renee was born on October 12, 1957, in Littleton, Colorado, United States. She is also called with the name Renee Y. Chenault.

She attended Johns Hopkins University and majored in political science. She then attended the University Of Pennsylvania Law School and achieved a J.D. degree from there.

She has also worked at Hughes Hubbard & Reed which is a law firm in New York. She then worked as a clerk for Judge Damon Keith of the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals. She also studied at the University of Missouri located in Columbia, Missouri and earned a master’s degree in journalism from there. After her master’s degree, she started her media career.

Renee Chenault-Fattah Career 

Renee Chenault-Fattah started her career working as an anchor and reporter joining the station in 1991. She with Tim Lake served as an anchor for the now-defunct noon broadcast for a couple of years. In March 1995 she was promoted to the 6 p.m. and 11 p.m. news. She then as a co-anchor joined Chenault in 20003.

She there appeared at 4 p.m., 6 p.m. and 11 p.m. broadcast. She spent her 8 years of co-anchoring newscast with Ken Matz at first and later with Larry Mendte. She is counted as one of the several minority females who has anchored evening weekday newscast in Philadelphia.

Some of the other minority females are former anchor Beverly Williams of KYW-TV Eyewitness News and Alycia Lane, anchor Lisa Thomas-Laury of WPVI-TV Action News, etc.

Renee Chenault-Fattah has achieved many awards and honors in her career of anchoring. In 20002 she was able to get her name to the PoliticsPA list of Sy Snyder’s Power 50 list of influential individuals in Pennsylvania.

She also became Pennsylvania’s Most Politically Powerful Women named by the PoliticsPA list. In 2009 she was inducted into the Hall of Fame of The Broadcast Pioneers of Philadelphia.