Jessica Willey Biography
Jessica Willey works as a news anchor and reporter in Houston for KTRK Channel 13 news, she began working here in 2000. Previously, she worked at KOKH-TV in Oklahoma City. Jessica earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in International Relationships and a Bachelor of Science in Broadcast Journalism from Boston University.
Jessica Willey Age
Jessica Willey was born in Houston, Texas, in the United States on August 7, 1973. She is 48 years old.
Jessica Willey Height
Jessica stands at an approximate height of 5 ft 8 in/1.73 m tall.
Jessica Willey Education
Jessica earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in International Relationships and a Bachelor of Science in Broadcast Journalism from Boston University.
Jessica Willey Family
Jessica has kept information on her parents and on whether she has any siblings away from the limelight, however, research on this is going on, and will soon fill out this section.
Jessica Willey Husband
Jessica is a married man to Ross Bartley. Together they have three kids. More details on the family are being looked at and will fill out this section soon as clear facts are available.
Jessica Willey Salary
Jessica annually receives a salary of $85,650. This is according to ABC13 anchors/reporters’ salaries.
Jessica Willey Net Worth
Jessica stands at an approximate net worth of $2 million.
Jessica Willey Career
Jessica works at KTRK, ABC13 Eyewitness News as a news anchor and reporter, she commenced her work here in 2000and she has reported in various places like Italy, Kuwait, Mexico, Iraq, and Germany as well as from all over the country regarding some of the biggest stories in the world. Jessica earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in International Relationships and a Bachelor of Science in Broadcast Journalism from Boston University.
She has covered several stories such as Hurricane Katrina, Osama bin Laden’s killing, the War in Iraq, and Pope John Paul II’s passing. In 2013 following the fatal Boston Marathon bombings, she was the first local reporter “live” from Boston hours. She was recognized for her reporting by the Texas Associated Press Broadcasters Association and because of a controversial museum presentation from Germany, she received a regional Emmy for a half-hour program.