Courtney Godfrey Biography
Courtney Godfrey is a well-renowned American journalist currently serving as a reporter and an anchor at FOX9 in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Courtney joined FOX9 in June 2015. Before joining FOX9, Courtney served as a News Reporter at WDRB News in Louisville, Kentucky Area. She has also served as a Morning Anchor and Multimedia Journalist at KBJR-TV, in Duluth, Minnesota.
Courtney Godfrey Age
Courtney Godfrey Height
Courtney is a woman of standard stature and stands at a height of 5 feet 6 inches (Approx 1.68 m).
Courtney Godfrey Family
Courtney was born to her parents in San Francisco, California, the United States. She was raised along with her younger sister called Kelly Anderson who is a registered nurse.
Courtney Godfrey Education
Courtney graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in General Communication from the University of Arizona. Later on, she attended Arizona State University where she attained her Major in Journalism and Mass Communication.
Courtney Godfrey Husband
Courtney is married to her adoring and loving husband named Ryan Novaczyk. Ryan serves as the CFO & President of New Perspective Senior Living. They are blessed with one kid, a son called Callan Matthew Novaczyk who was born on September 30th, 2019. The family has a dog called Bruno and they stay in Minneapolis, Minnesota.
Courtney Godfrey Salary
She pockets a satisfactory salary of $75,245 per year. This is in accordance with FOx 9 reporters’ salaries.
Courtney Godfrey Net Worth
Courtney has accumulated a decent wealth over the years and has an approximated net worth ranging from $1 million to $5 million.
Courtney Godfrey Career
She is currently serving as a reporter and an anchor at FOX9 in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Courtney joined FOX9 in June 2015. Before joining FOX9, Courtney served as a News Reporter at WDRB News in Louisville, Kentucky Area. She has also served as a Morning Anchor and Multimedia Journalist at KBJR-TV, in Duluth, Minnesota.
At KBJR-TV, she wrote and conducted live interviews and interactive segments during a two-hour newscast as well as delivered the most updated news. Courtney also co-produced shows, often writing, editing as well as making key decisions during the live broadcast. She has served at Cronkite News, PBS in Arizona State University as an anchor where she anchored a half-hour live broadcast and a 3 hour live, unscripted election coverage special.
She has served as a production intern at CNNMoney. Courtney has also worked as a newsroom intern at Fox 2 in Oakland where she assembled scripts for the newscast and handed over them to the anchors, pulled tapes, and cued up backup roles. Moreover, Courtney has also worked at The District Weekly in Long Beach, California as an editorial intern.