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Dan Grossman Biography, Age, Wife, Children, NBC and Career

Dan Grossman Biography

Dan Grossman is NBC6’s weekend morning news anchor alongside meteorologist Steve MacLaughlin. He is also well known for having contributed as a reporter during the weekday newscasts.

Dan Grossman Age

There is no information about Dan’s age, and the place he was born though he is an American by birth.

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There is no information about his family and how he was raised up. Dan has not shared any information about his parents and with their occupation, he has also not shared any information him having siblings or elder brothers and sisters.

Dan Grossman Wife | Marreid

There is no information about Dan having been married, he has not shared any information about him having married and has opted to keep silent about his personal life. He has also not shared any information about him having dated before.

Dan Grossman Career | NBC

Dan is currently an NBC6’s weekend morning news anchor alongside meteorologist Steve MacLaughlin. He also contributes as a reporter during the weekday newscasts. He began his career in NBC6 from the NBC affiliate station KUSA in Denver, Colorado where he served as a reporter and, most recently, as weekend morning news anchor. Prior to this, he worked as a multimedia journalist at CBS affiliate station KTHV in Little Rock, Arkansas.

Some of his notable news coverage while at KTHV includes extended live coverage of the May 2014 deadly tornado and the gay marriage ruling in Little Rock, Arkansas. During his time at KUSA, Grossman also covered other major severe weather events that have highly impacted the South Florida market including Hurricane Matthew and Hurricane Irma.

Dan is a Regional Edward R. Murrow Award and an EMMY® award recipient for his sports feature reporting and earned his Bachelor degree in Broadcast Journalism from Syracuse University. He enjoys telling compelling stories and bucking the trend of what a traditional news story is supposed to look like. Outside of work, you can find Dan wakeboarding, exercising, or screaming expletives at the TV in support of his beloved Philadelphia Eagles. He couldn’t be more excited to be a part of the South Florida community and the NBC6 family.

Dan Grossman Net Worth

Dan estimated net worth is under review, there is no information about his net worth or salary but he is said to have been earning a huge salary from his work.

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This ex-Ford and GM executive asks job candidates how they traveled to the interview. Here’s why. (TSLA)

Plenty of tech executives have go-to interview questions that break from the usual mold.

Richard Branson likes to ask what a candidate couldn’t fit onto their resume, Zappos CEO Tony Hsieh wants to know how weird a potential hire is, and Warby Parker co-founder David Gilboa is interested in an applicant’s latest Halloween costume.

Dan Grossman, who took over at the mobility startup Zagster this month , wants to know how candidates literally got to the interview.

“I ask them how they got to work, or to the interview,” Grossman said in a recent interview with Business Insider about his new job. “I’m always curious, in a shared mobility kind of world, how people move.”

It’s a question that makes sense, given Grossman’s deep background in all things mobility and transit. The former Zipcar executive has had stints at GM, helping oversee the automaker’s Maven car sharing service, and Ford, where he was in charge of the company’s short-lived Chariot ride-hail offering.

Grossman said that his previous commute in San Francisco involved driving to a train, taking that into the city, and then taking a Chariot ride to his office. In Boston for his new role, he’s excited for a possibly shorter commute.

“My pattern just kind of evolved as technology evolved,” he said. “So it’s helpful if they’ve experienced all of these options consistently because then they bring that frame of reference to whatever piece of the business we asked them to run.”