Katie Jeffries is a famous American journalist currently serving in Jacksonville, FL at WTLV First Coast News as a reporter and news anchor since 2012. Previously, she worked in New Bern, North Carolina at WCTI and reported various storms, including the devastating Hurricane Irene.
Katie Jeffries Age
Katie Jeffries was born in the United States on January 24, she is around 35 years of age from her looks but she has not revealed her year of birth.
Katie Jeffries Height
Jeffries stands at an average height of 5 ft 6 in (Approx 1.65 m).
Katie Jeffries Family
Katie was born and brought up by her supportive and protective parents in the United States. When Katie was in primary school her mother thought that she would be a writer while her father thought that she would be a lawyer. She became a journalist when she grew up, she never lost her passion.
Katie Jeffries Husband
She is cheerfully married to her loving husband whom she has not disclosed his name to the public. The lovely duo exchanged their vows in 2019. Katie and her adorable husband are blessed with an awesome son who was born in 2020. They also have two reprieve dogs called Arnold and Alvin.
Katie Jeffries Education
She joined the Campus of Cincinnati where she graduated with a minor in Business and a BFA in Electronic Media. Her journalism career began during her time in college, where she served at WKRC-TV located in Cincinnati, Ohio as an intern. The Campus of Cincinnati’s Electronic Media Department awarded her the Fredric R. Ziv Award which gave her the opportunity to go for a summer internship in New York City with CBS’s “Guiding Light.”
Katie Jeffries Salary
She receives an annual average salary of $75,319 and this is according to First Coast News news anchors’/reporters’ salary.
Katie Jeffries Net Worth
Katie has an estimated net worth of $1 million US dollars and her career as a reporter and news anchor at First Coast News is the primary source of her income.
Katie Jeffries Career
Presently Katie is serving on Good Morning Jacksonville as a traffic reporter and morning anchor. She joined the First Coast News team serving on Good Morning Jacksonville as a morning reporter in 2012. After one year she was promoted to serve as the Noon News Anchor and Morning Traffic Anchor.
In 2019, she started serving as a Morning Anchor. Apart from those responsibilities, she as well reports with a focus on reporting cold cases. She has reported stories around each corner of the First Coast during her time in Jacksonville. In May 2017, she began her series which profiles local cold issues known as “Unsolved” and in 2019 it was awarded a regional Emmy award.
She began her journalism career in Zanesville, OH, at WHIZ-TV, the NBC affiliate where she served as a fill-in anchor and reporter after graduation, and her story, “An Eye in the Sky”, was awarded an Ohio AP Award. After that, she worked in New Bern, North Carolina at WCTI and reported various storms, including the devastating Hurricane Irene.