Gabrielle Enright Bio, Age, Height, Husband, Salary, Net Worth, WHIO-TV
Gabrielle Enright Biography
Gabrielle Enright is an eminent American journalist currently working for WHIO-TV based in Dayton, Ohio as a reporter and anchor since joining back in 1997.
She covers the 4.30 a.m. newscasts every weekday morning. Before joining WHIO-TV, Gabrielle used to sell cars before starting her journalism career.
During her free time, She enjoys riding motorcycles, running, diving, and spending time with her friends and family.
Gabrielle Enright Age
Gabrielle was born in Virginia, Leesburg, United States. She is around 46 years old, gauged from her physical appearance, however, she has not shared her details with the public such as her exact age or her dates of birth despite being a public eye.
Gabrielle Enright Height
Enright stands at an average height of 5 ft 4 inches ( Approx 1.63 m).
Gabrielle Enright Education
She studied at Chaminade-Julienne High School. Later, Enright joined the University of Walden and earned a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Communications and Mass Media.
Gabrielle Enright Family
She was born in Leesburg, Virginia, in the United States to her loving father and her supportive mother Shane. However, Enright has not disclosed information about her devoted parents or whether she has any siblings. As soon as Gabrielle shares the details regarding her family we will update you.
Gabrielle Enright Husband
She is a married woman to her lovely, caring, and supportive husband called Jeff. As a couple, they love together on a farm just outside Xenia. Additionally, The duo owns cats, chickens, dogs, cows, and pigs.
Gabrielle Enright Salary
Gabrielle receives an annual salary of $87,149. This is according to WHIO-TV anchors’ and reporters’ salaries.
Gabrielle Enright Net Worth
Enright has an approximate net worth of $1 Million – $5 Million.
Gabrielle Enright Career
Back in 1997, She joined WHIO-TV totaling more than two decades at the station. Currently, Enright serves as a reporter and anchor for the 4.30 a.m. weekday morning newscasts. Before her current position, Gabrielle started as a camera operator with the intent of becoming an anchor and reporter one day.
Additionally, Gabrielle spent four years at the station behind the scenes in different positions including WHIO Radio as a radio reporter and producer. Ridiculously, Enright’s very first job was providing the Dayton Daily News. Before joining the station, She served as a saleswoman whereby Enright used to sell cars. Furthermore, Gabrielle was also a bank teller.