Pam Ward Bio, Age, Height, Husband, Salary, Net worth, ESPN News

Pam Ward
Pam Ward

Pam Ward Biography

Pam Ward is a  journalist sportscaster currently working as the play-by-play announcer and a reporter at ESPN News. Pam also announces women’s college softball, and college basketball at WNBA. Before joining ESPN, She served in Baltimore, Maryland for WBAL-Radio stationed as a host. Pam Ward attended a local high school for her high school diploma. Later on, She earned a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Communications from  Maryland situated University.

Pam Ward Age

Pam Ward was born in Washington, District of Columbia, United States, though, a review regarding her age and birth is ongoing and will be updated as soon as possible.

Pam Ward Height

Pam Ward is  5 ft 3 inches/  1.63 m tall.

Pam Ward Family

Pam Ward was born in Washington, District of Columbia, the United States to her loving and caring parents. Though, research information concerning her father, mother, and siblings is in progress and will be soon updated as it is confirmed.

Pam Ward Husband

Ward is a reserved person when it comes to personal details regarding her relationship. However, a review concerning her love life is ongoing and will be soon updated as it is available.

Pam Ward Education

Pam Ward attended a local high school for her high school diploma. Later on, She earned a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Communications from  Maryland situated University.

Pam Ward Salary

Pam Ward received an annual salary of $93,035 dollars. This is according to ESPN anchors’/reporters’ salaries.

Pam Ward’s Net worth

Ward has an estimated net worth of $ 1 million U.S dollars.

Pam Ward Career

Pam Ward is a  journalist sportscaster currently working as the play-by-play announcer and a reporter at ESPN News. Pam also announces women’s college softball, and college basketball at WNBA. Before joining ESPN, She served in Baltimore, Maryland for WBAL-Radio stationed as a host. Moreover, Pam has hosted major league baseball post-game and pregame shows on ESPN Radio, NHL 2Night, and the NFL Radio Station.

Pam Ward was the first woman to serve a Division I college football game on November 22, 2000, as a play-by-play announcer and reporter. Ward also reported at Toledo Bowling ESPN2’s telecast. She also served Division III Championship for the networks and Moter City Bowl and in July 2010, She won Jake Wade Award by CoSIDA.Ward served numerous networks including Home Team Sports and women’s college basketball games as a captain.

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