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He is approximately 5’9” tall.
Bill Alexander Net Worth
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Bill Alexander Biography
Bill Alexander is an American journalist working as a staff meteorologist for KRIS6 TV News. Alexander started his profession as an alumni partner at Texas A&M University, where he played out his undergrad and graduate examinations.
During graduate school, he filled in as an upper air expert and teacher. During the years that followed, while working for the Texas Department of Water Resources, he was the main forecaster for a climate change program in West Texas, setting up a few investigations about upgrading precipitation in dried homesteads and farmlands.
As a Federal worker, Alexander worked with the National Weather Service (NWS) as a forecaster, a Warnings and Preparedness Meteorologist, and both Regional and National Program Manager. He finished his NWS profession as a ranking director, running the NWS figure office in El Paso, Texas.
Following his administration profession, Alexander moved into broadcast meteorology, filling in as the Chief Meteorologist at the ABC offshoot in Victoria, Texas. Alexander has procured various significant honors and accreditations during his profession.
He procured two Department of Commerce Bronze Medals for exceptional authority while modernizing functional projects and driving groups during basic climate circumstances. He holds the National Weather Association’s Seal of Broadcast Meteorology.
He has acquired the American Meteorological Society’s (AMS) Radio Broadcast Seal of Approval and the esteemed AMS Certified Broadcast Meteorologist assignment. Alexander and his better half call Corpus Christi home and want to stay here.
Subsequent to venturing to the far corners of the planet expertly, they have gotten back to the Coastal Bend where both moved on from secondary school and have profound roots.
Bill Alexander KRIS6 TV News
Alexander gives evening workday and end-of-the-week gauges for KRIS. Bill has a long and recognized profession in meteorology, spreading over State and Federal legislatures before his vocation as a transmission meteorologist.
He has procured various honors for his commitment to science and for his aptitude as a climate telecaster. Mr. Alexander made various commitments to propel NWS functional projects. As a local Warning Coordination Meteorologist (WCM), he composed and showed the absolute first WCM preparing program.
He acquainted storm flood programming with NWS waterfront workplaces, which assisted with propelling the hurricane cautioning program. As a public program administrator, he modified the Severe Local Storms, Flash Flood, and Spotter Training programs for the NWS.
He additionally drove the interagency Hurricane Andrew Disaster Survey, the report of which prompted tremendous changes to designing prerequisites for produced lodging.
He then filled in as Deputy Chief of Environmental and Scientific Services in Alaska Region, where he drove the Aviation and Fire Weather projects as well as being the country’s most memorable Volcanic Ash Program Manager.
In that capacity, he drove the World Meteorological Organization to make an all-inclusive dictionary for portraying and measuring volcanic debris emission force.
KRIS6 TV News Team
- Katia Uriarte
- Pat Simon
- Paulo Salazar
- Greg Chandler
- Corderro McMurry
- Dale Nelson
- Juan Acuña
- Stefanie Lauber
- Tom Harris
- Alan Harwell
- Seth Kovar