Jennifer Bellamy Biography
Jennifer Bellamy is an American journalist and reporter currently working at 11Alive WXIA in Atlanta Georgia as an anchor and reporter. She joined the station in April 2015. Jennifer kicked off her career at 13WMAZ Macon, Georgia, where she reported, produced, and worked as a fill-in anchor. She was part of the News19 team that won a 2015 Alfred I. DuPont-Columbia University Award.
Jennifer Bellamy Age
Jennifer Bellamy was born in Atlanta, in the United States of America. She is about 31 years old. She keeps her private information confidential, hence, she has not revealed her exact date and year of birth to the general public.
Jennifer Bellamy Height
Jennifer is a woman of medium stature and stands at a height of 5 feet 5 inches (Approx. 1.65 m).
Jennifer Bellamy Family
Jennifer was born in the Atlanta area and brought up by her parents in Gwinnett County. She was raised along with her older sister called Lauren. Lauren works at Gordon & Rees LLP as a senior counsel, she specializes in handling cases involving telecommunications litigation, contracts, consumer fraud actions, business torts, and others.
Jennifer Bellamy Education
Jennifer graduated with a degree in Broadcast News and a minor in Spanish from the University of Georgia.
Jennifer Bellamy Husband
Jennifer is a young beautiful and hardworking woman who loves her life and career. However, she has managed to keep her personal life off the public eye over the years hence she has not disclosed her love life to the media. This has made it ambitious to tell if she is married, dating, single, or divorced.
Jennifer Bellamy Salary
She receives a good salary of $63,567 per year. This is according to 11Alive anchors/reporters’ salaries.
Jennifer Bellamy’s Net Worth
Jennifer Bellamy has amassed a decent fortune over the years and has an approximated net worth ranging between $500,000 to $1 million.
Jennifer Bellamy Career
Jennifer is currently working at 11Alive WXIA in Atlanta Georgia as an anchor and reporter. She joined the station in April 2015. Jennifer kicked off her career at 13WMAZ Macon, Georgia, where she reported, produced, and worked as a fill-in anchor. While there, she also responded to viewer questions weekly via “Get Answers” and hosted segments. Jennifer won the Golden Spatula to restaurants for cleanliness as well as covering low health inspection scores.
From there, Jennifer moved to Columbia, South Carolina where she worked for News19 as a general assignment and political reporter, before being promoted to become a weekend anchor. She interviewed numerous presidential candidates such as Herman Cain and former South Carolina Governor as well as former Texas Governor Rick Perry.