Shelby Cashman Bio, Age, Height, Husband, Salary, Net Worth, KOCO 5

Shelby Cashman
Shelby Cashman

Shelby Cashman Biography

Shelby Cashman is an American reporter and anchor currently working for KOCO 5 News as an anchor, where she anchors the station’s weekday mornings. Prior to joining KOCO 5, she worked at a sister station KOAT as an anchor. She left KOAT  in Albuquerque and went back to Oklahoma City in September 2020. Before joining  KOCO as the morning Anchor, Shelby served as the Traffic Anchor at KOKH.

Shelby Cashman Age

Shelby Cashman was born in the United States. However, she has not revealed her exact date, month, or year of birth.

Shelby Cashman Height

She is slightly tall and stands at an average height of 5 ft 4 in ( Approx 1.6m).

Shelby Cashman Family

Shelby Cash man was born in the United States of America to her hardworking and supportive parents. However, she has not shared any details concerning her parents and siblings.

Shelby Cashman Education

Shelby Cashman graduated from The University of Michigan with a degree in journalism.

Shelby Cashman Husband

Shelby is married to her lovely husband Greg McFarland. The pair tied a knot on May 01, 2021. Her husband celebrated his 31st birthday on January 10, 2022.

Shelby Cashman Salary

She earns an average salary of $67,482 per year. This is according to KOCO 5 anchors’ salaries.

Shelby Cashman Net Worth

She has accumulated a decent fortune from her successful career and has an estimated net worth of $1 million.

Shelby Cashman Career

Shelby is currently working for KOCO 5 News weekday mornings as an anchor. She serves alongside her morning meteorologist Jonathan Conder, breaking news desk anchor Alejandra Briones, and morning meteorologist Jonathan Conder. Before going back home to Oklahoma, she worked at KOCO’s sister station KOAT based in Albuquerque, New Mexico as an evening anchor.

Moreover, she reported from El Paso, Texas, following the deadly mass shooting at Wal-Mart and delivered extensive coverage of issues along the New Mexico/Mexico border. Before her service as an anchor in Albuquerque, she worked at KOKHnased in Oklahoma City, spending three years with the morning news team. Shelby was named Oklahoma Big Sister of the Year in 2013.

Before joining KOCO as the morning Anchor she was working as the Traffic Anchor at KOKH. Shelby left KOAT  in Albuquerque and went back to Oklahoma City in September 2020.
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