Cindy Brunson is an expert On-Air personality currently working as a sports commentator at Pac-12 Networks. Cindy has been a part of the network’s sports team since officially joining in Jan 2014.
Earlier Cindy operated as a sports anchor and reporter at ESPN. Whenever she is not working, she loves traveling, working out, and spending time with her handsome husband.
Cindy Brunson Age
Cindy Brunson was born in Tacoma, Washington, in the United States, details regarding her exact date and year of birth are presently unavailable.
Cindy Brunson Height
Cindy stands at a moderate height of 5 feet 5 inches (approximately 1.65 meters).
Cindy Brunson Family
She was born and also brought up in Washington, in the United States under the loving care and support of her loving and dedicated father and mother. She owns American nationality by birth but belongs to the white ethnicity.
Cindy Brunson Husband
Cindy is s happily married to her handsome, supportive, and also loving husband called Steve Berthiaume. He also serves in the journalism industry currently he acts as Arizona Diamondbacks’ play-by-play man earlier he served at ESPN as an anchor. Whether the two share any kids remain unclear as of now. The family happily lives in Texas.
Cindy Brunson Education
Growing up in Washington Cindy obtained her High School Diploma from Curtis Senior High School and thereupon decided to pursue her dream career at Washington State University. She matriculated at the institution worked hard and was finally rewarded her Bachelor of Arts degree in broadcast communications.
Cindy Brunson Salary
She receives an annual salary of $86,680 and this is according to Pac-12 Networks anchors\reporters’ salaries.
Cindy Brunson’s Net Worth
Cindy has an estimated net worth of $2 million US dollars. Her career as a Sports Commentator at Pac-12 Networks is the primary source of her income.
Cindy Brunson Career
Cindy currently works for Pac-12 Networks as a sports commentator since she joined in January 2014. Earlier, prior to accepting her current job invitation she labored in Arizona for one and a half years at Fox Sports Arizona as a Diamondbacks Live Pre and post-game host and dugout reporter.
She began her journalism career in Washington, in Nov 1996, when she was employed as a weekend weather anchor and reporter at KHQ-TV. She operated at the station for a year and six months prior to leaving and resettling to Oregon. There, she was employed at KATU-TV, where she operated as a weekend morning news and sports anchor.
Nevertheless, after a year of providing casting sports for the station, she left and drove to Connecticut. From Sep 1999 – Jan 2013, she worked as a sports anchor at ESPN.