Alex Flanagan Biography
Alex Flanagan is a preeminent American Sports commentator currently working as the Head of Sports Broadcasting & Media and Senior Vice President at The Familie since November 2019. She represents and manages broadcasters, athletes, and analysts developing their unique brands. Previously, Alex served as a studio host, anchor, and co-host at NFL Network for 12 years.
Alex Flanagan Age
Alex Flanagan was born on 22nd September 1972, in Sonoita, Arizona, in the United States. She is 49 years old.
Alex Flanagan Height
Alex is a woman of moderate stature and stands at a height of 5 feet 6 inches (Approx 1.68 m).
Alex Flanagan Family
Alex Flanagan was born to her hardworking and caring parents in Sonoita, Arizona, in the United States. Alex has two stunning brothers Mike Wystrach and Mark Wystrach. Mike is the founder of Freshly, the food delivery company while Mark is a country music singer and an actor as well as the lead singer of the country band Midland. Her mother served as a professional nurse while her father was a carpenter.
Alex Flanagan Education
She enrolled at Salpointe Catholic High School in Tucson, Arizona where she attained her high school diploma in the year 1989. Later on, she attended the University of Arizona where she graduated with a bachelor’s degree in 1993.
Alex Flanagan Husband
She is blissfully married to her caring husband called Kevin Flanagan, a former player for the University of Arizona basketball team. The lovely couple exchanged their wedding vows in the year 1997. The pair has two daughters and one son and owns the Arizona Steak Restaurant.
Alex Flanagan Salary
She earns a satisfactory salary of $84,545 annually. This is according to The Familie Senior Vice Presidents’ salaries.
Alex Flanagan Net Worth
Alex Flanagan has stockpiled a decent wealth over the years she has worked and has an estimated net worth of $1 million.
Alex Flanagan Career
Currently, Alex works as the Head of Sports Broadcasting & Media and Senior Vice President at The Familie since November 2019. She represents and manages broadcasters, athletes, and analysts developing their unique brands. Previously, Alex served as a studio host, anchor, and co-host at NFL Network for 12 years.
She has hosted several studio programs such as NFL Total Access and covered twelve Super Bowls. Prior to NFL, Alex served as a reporter for NBC’s Football Night and sideline reporter for Notre Dame Football games in America for seven years.
Before, she worked as a sideline reporter at ESPN for college football for five years. As a reporter for SportsCenter, Alex covered the NCAA’s Men’s basketball tournament, the NBA playoffs as well as the MLB spring training. During her stay at ESPN, she also worked for NFL Monday Night Countdown as a co-host of the Home Depot College Football Awards and ESPN Classic Roadshow in a weekly segment.
She debuted her career after graduating and joined KCCO-TV located in Alexandria, Minnesota where she served as a weekend anchor and general assignment news reporter. Later, she joined WSFA-TV where she served as a general assignment news reporter and weekend anchor for two years.