Mandy Bailey Biography
Mandy Bailey is an American meteorologist currently working at KTEN-TV (NBC/CW+/ABC-affiliated) located in Ada, Oklahoma as the Chief Meteorologist. Mandy joined the KTEN weather team back in April of 2019. Mandy led Texoma through April 22, 2020 tornado outbreak, April 30, 2019, as well as an EF-3 tornado in Bryan County.
While there, she reported on severe weather in southwestern Oklahoma for three years. When she is not watching OU football, she enjoys spending time outdoors running, hunting, or even fishing. Mandy has two golden retrievers known as Harley and Tucker.
Mandy Bailey Age
Mandy Bailey was born on 9th May 1994, in Plano, Texas, United States. She is 28 years old.
Mandy Bailey Height
Mandy is a woman of medium stature and stands at a height of 5 feet 4 inches (Approx 1.6m).
Mandy Bailey Family
Mandy was born to her loving father and caring mother in Plano, Texas, United States of America. Her brother attended Texas A&M and graduated Cum Laude in Mechanical Engineering in 2019.
Mandy Bailey Education
She went to the University of Oklahoma and graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in Meteorology. She also holds minors in math and broadcast meteorology.
Mandy Bailey Husband
She stays in Plano, Texas. However, Mandy likes to keep her personal life confidential hence she has not divulged any information with respect to her marital status, thus making it difficult to notify whether she is single, dating, or married.
Mandy Bailey Salary
She earns a decent salary of $68,593 per year. This is according to KTEN Chief Meteorologists’ salaries.
Mandy Bailey Net Worth
Mandy Bailey has amassed a decent wealth over the years she has served and has an estimated net worth of $2.1 million.
Mandy Bailey Career
At the present moment, she works at KTEN-TV (NBC/CW+/ABC-affiliated) located in Ada, Oklahoma as the Chief Meteorologist. Mandy joined the KTEN weather team back in April of 2019. Mandy led Texoma through April 22, 2020 tornado outbreak, April 30, 2019, as well as an EF-3 tornado in Bryan County. There, she served for three years reporting on severe weather in southwestern Oklahoma.
Previously, Mandy worked for KSWO-TV, an ABC-affiliated news station located in Lawton, Oklahoma as a weather reporter. Nevertheless, she lost their job in February of 2019 for showing a disrespectful photograph.