Kathy Bowlen is a well-known name in Australian television, having previously worked as a journalist and host for the Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC).
Bowlen served as a presenter for ABC TV News for ten years in addition to hosting the Victorian edition of the current events program Stateline that is shown on ABC.
In addition to that, she was a reporter for ABC News Victoria and the host of the nightly current affairs program The 7.30 Report. She also hosted the national breakfast news program First Edition and the international program Asia Focus for a combined total of two years.
In addition to her work in television, she has served as a director on a number of boards, including Swinburne University of Technology in Melbourne, Australia, where she earned a degree in media communications and where she also served for nine years as a member of the University Council.
Kathy Bowlen Husband
Kathy Bowlen enjoys a peaceful personal life. She has not mentioned whether or not she is married, whether or not she has a child, or whether or not she is dating.
Kathy Bowlen Net Worth
It is estimated that Kathy Bowlen has a net worth of between $1.5 million and $3 million. The majority of her riches is due to the accomplishments she has had during her career in journalism.