Katie Jeffries Bio, Age, Height, Husband, Salary, Net worth, WTLV News
Katie Jeffries Biography
Katie Jeffries is an American journalist presently working since 2012 in Jacksonville, FL at WTLV News as a news anchor and news reporter. Before serving as a news anchor and news reporter at WTLV First Coast News, Katie served in New Bern, North Carolina at WCTI, and reported various hurricanes, such as the devastating Hurricane Irene. She is a graduate of Cincinnati University with a BFA in Electronic Media and a minor in Business.
Katie Jeffries Age
Katie was born in the United State, on January 24. She is around 35 years old, though, her exact age and birth date are under review and will be updated.
Katie Jeffries Height
Jeffries stands at a moderate height of 5 ft 6 inches/Approx 1.65 m tall.
Katie Jeffries Family
She was born to her caring and loving parent in the United States. During her time in elementary school, Her mom thought Katie would be a writer while her caring dad thought she would become a lawyer. When She grew up, Katie never lost the passion to write stories, debating, as well as investigating – so Jeffries became a journalist.
Katie Jeffries Husband
Katie got married in the year 2019, to her caring and supportive husband. The couple welcomed their first baby son together in 2020. The duo is also parents to their two rescue dogs namely Arnold and Alvin. She is a strong rescue animal advocate for rescue animals. However, Katie has not disclosed much concerning her husband.
Katie Jeffries Salary
Katie receives an annual salary ranging from $40,000 – $ 110,500.
Katie Jeffries’s Net worth
Jeffries has an approximated net worth of between $1 Million – $5 Million.
Katie Jeffries Career
Currently, She serves at WTLV News as a morning anchor and traffic news reporter. Katie joined the station in 2012 serving on Good Morning Jacksonville as a morning reporter. Following one year She took over as the Morning Traffic Anchor and Noon News Anchor. Katie in the year 2019 became a Morning Anchor. Besides these roles, She also reports on reporting cold cases with an emphasis.
Over her time in Jacksonville, Katie has reported stories around each corner of the First Coast. She began her series in May of 2017, known as “Unsolved”, which profiles local cold issues. That series in the year 2019 won a regional Emmy award. Her series directly lead Jacksonville Beach in 2020 to the closure of a missing person case.