Jane Velez Bio, Age, Height, Partner, Salary, Net worth, Mitchell Show
Jane Velez Biography
Jane Velez is an American social media journalist and author working for Mitchell Show with specialties in vegan lifestyles, animal rights, addiction, and social justice. In 2017, Velez wrote the non-fiction What America’s Most Sensational Crimes Tell Us About Ourselves titled Secrets Can Be Murder. She released her memoir on addiction recovery in September 2009, known as iWant: My Journey from Addiction and Overconsumption to a Simpler, Honest Life.
Jane Velez Age
Jane was born in New York City, United States of America, in 1955. She is 66 years old.
Jane Velez Height
Velez stands at a moderate height of 5 ft 2 inches/Approx 1.57 m tall.
Jane Velez Family
She was born in New York City, United States of America to her caring parents Pearse Mitchell and Anita Velez. Her father was Irish American while her mother was Puerto Rican. Velez has been at the forefront of several headline news stories for so many years. Jane teamed up with a Los Angeles broadcasting legend and the format exists to this day with Jerry Dunphy.
Jane Velez Partner
Jane is an openly lesbian who came out on Al Rantel’s radio show on KABC-AM located in Los Angeles in 2007. She has dedicated her time and resources to several humane causes and charitable. As an environmentalist and a vegan, Velez is well known for her animal rights advocacy.
Jane Velez Salary
Jane earns an annual salary of $86,463 per year. This is according to Mitchell Show anchor’s/reporters’ salaries.
Jane Velez Net Worth
Velez has an estimated net worth of $1 million to $5 million.
Jane Velez Career
She is an American social media journalist and author with specialties in vegan lifestyles, animal rights, addiction, and social justice. In 2017, Velez wrote the non-fiction What America’s Most Sensational Crimes Tell Us About Ourselves titled Secrets Can Be Murder.
Jane in July 2009, was awarded by Farm Animal Rights Movement Celebrity Animal Activist Award that took place in Los Angeles, California at the Animal Rights 2009 National Conference. Her reporting on animal cruelty while serving at Celebrity Justice, received her two Genesis Awards presented by the Humane Society of the United States.
Also, for her show called “Issues”, She earned an additional Genesis Award in 2010. In the same year, Jane was also awarded by the VegNews magazine and named her Media Maven of the Year. Additionally, Jane was also awarded by Mercy for Animals their Compassionate Leadership Award in 2013. The following year, Jane was honored for fighting animal abuse by the Animal Legal Defense Fund.