Bonnie Schneider Bio, Age, Height, Husband, Salary, Net worth, Weather Channel
Bonnie Schneider Biography
Bonnie Schneider is a national television meteorologist currently serving The Weather Channel. Previously, Bonnie served for Bloomberg Television and Headline News. While working there, Bonnie covered Hurricane Sandy in New York City for the network from their world headquarters. As she reported on Hurricane, She was requested for a live chat for Huffington Post Live to take part in a panel.
Bonnie Schneider Age
Bonnie was born in Jericho, New York, United States of America, in 1970. She is 51 years old.
Bonnie Schneider Height
Schneider stands at a height of 5 ft 6 inches/ Approx 1.68 m tall.
Bonnie Schneider Education
She attended the University of Boston and graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in journalism. Also, Bonnie did her meteorological studies at the University of State New York at Hunter College in Manhattan.
Bonnie Schneider Family
She was born in Jericho, New York, the United States of America to her parents Rhoda and Stephen B.Schneider. Her father was a partner in a New York accounting firm called Company and Allen C. Schneider. On the other hand, her mother was a schoolteacher who taught chemistry and physics at Manhasset High School.
Bonnie Schneider Husband
Bonnie is married to the love of her life called Michael Samuel Sikowitz. The couple on April 30, 2000, walked down the aisle. The wedding was officiated at the Pierre in New York by Rabbi Norman Kahan. By then, She served as a writer on ”Dawson’s Creek,” the WB network teenage while Michael served for the NBC sitcom ”Veronica’s Closet.” Before that, Mike served for the NBC comedy ”Friends” as a staff writer.
Bonnie Schneider Salary
Bonnie receives an annual salary of $72,285 per year. This is according to Weather Channel anchors/reporters’ salaries.
Bonnie Schneider Net Worth
Schneider has an approximate net worth of $3 million.
Bonnie Schneider Career
Schneider gave her analysis on the storm in an interview with the former Arkansas Governor Mike Huckabee on his nationally syndicated radio show on Cumulus Media Networks. Bonnie after becoming a broadcast meteorologist who achieve the highest standard of excellence in technical communication skills and also weather knowledge earned the American Meteorological Society’s seal of approval. Also, She had the opportunity to interview some celebrities.
While working at News 12 in New York, Bonnie for “Best Interview” for her half-hour special, “A Conversation with Billy Joel” won the Associated Press Award. She said that just before the interview she suffered from nerves. However, her uneasiness subsided after the legendary singer Joel flashed her a smile and also admitted that he watched Bonnie’s station’s newscasts. Joel also added that he always kept an eye out for her “marine forecasts.” On April 16, 2015, She was inducted into the Jericho High School Hall of Fame.