Jennifer Waddell Bio, Age, Height, Husband, Salary, Net worth, Fox 17
Jennifer Waddell Biography
Jennifer Waddell is an American journalist currently serving at Fox 17 This Morning in Nashville as a news anchor and reporter. Waddell started her career as a journalist in Roanoke, Virginia with Fox 21-27, where she worked as a channel reporter, an anchor, and a news producer. She has been hired for about 7 years by Fox 17 News.
Jennifer Waddell Age
Jennifer was born in Virginia, in the United States. She is around 37 years old, though, her exact age and date of birth are not yet known to the media. We will update you on this section as soon as available.
Jennifer Waddell Height
Waddell stands at an average height of 5 ft 5 inches (Approx 1.65 m).
Jennifer Waddell Family
She was born and raised by her caring and loving father and mother in Virginia. Waddell holds an American nationality. Presently, Jennifer has not disclosed any information regarding her parents or if she has siblings. We will update you on this part as soon as we have clear details.
Jennifer Waddell Husband
She is a married woman to her lovely husband and she has not disclosed his name to the public. The couple has two good-looking children and is all happy to call Nashville home.
Jennifer Waddell Salary
Jennifer receives an annual salary of $81,111 per year. This is according to Fox 17 anchor’s/reporters’ salaries.
Jennifer Waddell Net Worth
Wadell has an approximate net worth of $1 million to $5 million.
Jennifer Waddell Education
After her high school education, Later on, Jennifer graduated with a degree in political science and mass communication from Virginia Tech
Jennifer Waddell Career
She is an American journalist currently serving at Fox 17 This Morning located in Nashville as a news anchor and reporter. She started her career as a journalist in Roanoke, Virginia with Fox 21-27, where she served as a news producer, a channel reporter, and an anchor. She has been hired for about 7 years by Fox News.
Her career started in Roanoke, Virginia with Fox 21 to 27 where she served as a reporter, producer, and anchor. Jennifer is honored to have covered stories in her communities that have made a change. Beginning from reporting on high-profile murder cases to border security, illegal immigration, the January 8th shooting, and interviewing Arizona leaders including Senator John McCain and Governor Jan Brewer.
Most importantly, Her commitment has earned her an Emmy nomination and three Edward R. Murrow Awards. She has been active in the communities where Jennifer lived serving on many boards. She also volunteers for organizations including the Boys and Girls Clubs, MDA, Rotary, and Reading Seed. Waddell would like to hear from viewers with story recommendations or ideas for great Nashville happenings.