Jacqueline London Biography
Jacqueline London is an American media personality and an Emmy Award-Winning journalist with over two decades of expertise in a broadcasting career. London works as a co-anchor at NBC10 News at 5 PM and 11 PM on weekdays since March 2013.
Jacqueline London Age
Jacqueline London was born on June 27, 1971, in Chicago, Illinois United States. She is 49 years old as of 2021.
Jacqueline London Height
London stands at a height of 5 Ft 5 inches.
Jacqueline London Education
London went to The University of Lowa where graduated with a bachelor’s degree in journalism & mass communication.
Jacqueline London Family
Her father and grandfather were doctors and both attended The University of Lowa. London’s mother was her biggest inspiration. London also has a sister who is a psychologist, and another sister named Lorna London, who celebrates her birthday on 28 September
Jacqueline London Husband
London is married to her husband Tony McGee (player in the NFL) since 2010.
Jacqueline London Children
London and her husband are blessed with one child, a daughter named, Hannah Micole McGee.
Jacqueline London Salary
London receives an annual salary of $ 56,000 – $ 95,500 according to NBC10 anchors/reporters salaries.
Jacqueline London Net Worth
London has an estimated net worth of $1 million U.S dollars.
Jacqueline London Career
The Emmy-winning journalist joined NBC10 in March 2013 with experience of more than two-decade. Currently co-anchors the NBC10 News at 5 PM and 11 PM on weekdays.
Prior to joining NBC10, London worked with WKMG in Orlando, Florida. After spending 10 years as an anchor and reporter, she was named Best News Anchor’ by The Orlando Business Journal. Additionally, she earned two Suncoast Emmys while at WKMG, one for the program “Primetime London” which she wrote, produced, and hosted.
London made her career debut at ABC affiliate WQAD in Moline, Ill. She anchored the station’s weekend morning news and reported for the afternoon and evening newscasts during her time there.
London is a very active member in the community, where she is involved in women’s issues and others close to her heart. Nevertheless, London actively works to raise awareness for heart disease and diabetes. She emceed the American Diabetes Association Step Out: Walk to Stop Diabetes, Philadelphia’s 2013 Heart Walk, and the 2014 Annual Heart Ball. since she moved to Philadelphia.
London went to The University of Lowa where she graduated with a bachelor’s degree in journalism & mass communication. She was born and raised in Chicago and currently lives in Philadelphia and enjoys exploring her new hometown