Shel Winkley Biography
Shel Winkley is a well-reputed American journalist currently working at KBTX Media in Texas as the chief meteorologist. Since October 2009, He has been part of the station’s weather family.
Before joining his current station, Winkley served at Texas A&M University. Whenever he is not at work, Mark enjoys working out, traveling, and spending some quality time with his wife and their three adorable children.
Shel Winkley Age
Shel Winkley was born in the United States of America in 1985. She is 37 years old.
Shel Winkley Height
Winkley stands at a moderate height of 5 ft 8 inches (approx. 1.72 m).
Shel Winkley Education
Soon after attaining his diploma from a local high school, Shel decided to pursue his dream career at the University of Texas A&M and graduated in 2007, earning a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Meteorology.
Shel Winkley Family
Shel was born under the love, care, and support of her hardworking and protective parents in the United States of America. Winkley belongs to the white ethnicity but holds American nationality by birth.
Shel Winkley Husband
Winkley is presently in a happy marital relationship with his caring and beautiful wife Elizabeth. The duo for over a decade has been living together and are too proud to be sharing their three charming children; two pretty daughters and one handsome son. The adorable family happily lives in Texas.
Shel Winkley Salary
Shel’s average salary is $96,970 per year. This is according to KBTX Media anchors’ and reporters’ salaries.
Shel Winkley Net Worth
Winkley has an approximate net worth of $1 million – $5 million.
Shel Winkley Career
Presently, Shel works at KBTX in Texas as the chief meteorologist since his promotion in 2012. However, in October 2009, Winkley initially joined the station as a morning meteorologist. She covers the 5 p.m., 6 p.m., and 10 p.m. weathercasts every day during the weekdays.
He started his broadcasting career in Texas, in July 2007, where he was hired at KFDA-TV as a meteorologist. Shel served for two years and four months at the station before leaving and joining Texas A&M University where he still works to date.