Joleen Chaney is a popular American journalist who currently serves as an anchor at KFOR-TV located in Oklahoma since joining the station in June 2016.
Before coming to KFOR, she served at KWTV which is a CBS affiliate for nine months as a news reporter located in Oklahoma. During her free time, she enjoys spending time with her lovely kids Cadon and CJ, hiking, and traveling.
Joleen Chaney Age
Joleen Chaney was born in Oklahoman, Fairview, in the United States, on July 18, 1981, and she’s 41 years of age.
Joleen Chaney Height
Chaney stands at a moderate height of 5 ft 4 in (Approx. 1.62 m).
Joleen Chaney Family
Joleen was born and brought up in the United States of America by her supportive and loving parents. She belongs of a Caucasian-American origin but is an American citizen by birth. She has one good-looking brother with whom they were raised together.
Joleen Chaney Husband
Joleen prefers a private life when it comes to her marital status hence it’s not publicly known if she’s single, married, divorced, or dating. She has two awesome sons named Cadon who was born in 2004 and CJ. She lives in Oklahoma happily together with her handsome sons.
Joleen Chaney Education
Joleen studied at Rush Springs High School and afterward joined Cameron University based in Lawton where she graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Communications. She went to Oklahoma City University later to further her studies and earned Juris Doctor.
Joleen Chaney Salary
She receives an annual average salary of $82,390 and this is according to KFOR-TV anchors’ salaries.
Joleen Chaney’s Net Worth
She has an estimated net worth of between $1 million – $5 million US dollars and her career as an anchor is the source of her wealth.
Joleen Chaney Career
In June 2007, is when she came to KFOR-TV and started serving as a news intern then she was permanently employed as an assignment editor and the station’s weekend writer, a week later. After she moved to Wichita Falls where she served as a morning anchor at KAUZ-TV.
She then relocated back to Oklahoma where she was employed as a reporter and an anchor at KFOR-TV. From June 2014 to June 2016 which was two years, before she came back to KFOR-TV she served at a local television station.
Joleen was employed again as the weekday 4 pm anchor and afterward, she was promoted where she replaced Linda Cavanaugh and started serving as the main evening anchor. She earned an award due to her outstanding criminal justice reporting, feature reporting, and diversity reporting, the Society of Professional Journalists.