Jojo Gentry Bio, Age, Height, Husband, Salary, Net Worth, WEVV-TV
December 23, 2022
Jojo Gentry Biography
JoJo Gentry is a famous American news journalist currently serving for CBS4/FOX59 in Indianapolis as a reporter. She then became the first female to serve for a local TV station as the Sports Director. Her great contributions as a journalist led her to be enrolled in the Greater Evansville Sports Hall of Fame.
Jojo Gentry Age
Jojo Gentry was born in Anderson, Indiana in the United States of America. Nevertheless, she has not brought to light any information about her exact date, month, and year of birth, therefore making it difficult to mention her age.
Jojo Gentry Height
Information regarding her height is unavailable. This information will be updated as soon as it’s available.
Jojo Gentry Family
Gentry was born and brought up in Anderson, Indiana. Gentry had a twin sister known as Jill, who also was a star student-athlete for the Bulldogs. Nevertheless, information regarding her parents, other siblings and family is not publicly available.
Jojo Gentry Husband
She has not gone public with any information regarding her relationship. Therefore, it is not known whether she is married or in any relationship that is not publicly available. It is also unknown if she has any children or not.
Jojo Gentry Education
She studied at Lapel High School, where she was a tennis and golf star. After that, she went on to play golf at the University of Butler. Gentry graduated with a journalism degree in 2015 and attained Butler’s most outstanding journalism senior student.
Jojo Gentry Salary
She receives an annual salary of $ 300,000. This is according to FOX59 anchor’s/reporters’ salaries.
Jojo Gentry’s Net Worth
Gentry has an estimated net worth of $ 4 million US dollars.
Jojo Gentry Career
Gentry landed a role at WEVV-TV CBS44/FOX44 in Evansville as the weekend sports anchor/reporter after finishing school and several internships. Gentry started her job on Jul 15, 2019, as a sports reporter at FOX59/CBS4 in Indianapolis.
Gentry used to work as the only female sports reporter at a local television station in Evansville. Until Feb of 2017, she served in the weekend anchor position when Andrew Keesee quit for Fort Myers, Florida.
Gentry was made the first female sports director at an Evansville television station after taking his job. Furthermore, she lives with epilepsy and is an awareness advocate for the neurological disorder, and works as a board member for the Epilepsy Foundation of Indiana. Besides that, she works as a board member for the Indiana Golf Association.