Matt Standridge Biography
Matt Standridge is a prominent American chief meteorologist working. At KFSM Channel 5 presently since September 2021. He served at WKYC Studios as a meteorologist prior.
Standridge worked at North Dakota Water Commission as a Radar Meteorologist (Intern) before.
Matt Standridge Age
Stanbridge was born on October 11, 1994, in Poteau, Oklahoma, in the United States. He is 27 years old.
Matt Standridge Height
Stanbridge stands at a height of 5 ft 7 in/1.7 m tall.
Matt Standridge Family
Stanbridge hasn’t mentioned details about his parents and siblings despite being a known journalist.
Matt Standridge Wife
Stanbridge is a happily married man to Raegan Renfrow. \On August 23, 2020, They exchanged vows in a church wedding that occurred in Bella Vista Arkansas. They stay in Cleveland, OH with their golden retriever Kylo Presently.
Matt Standridge Education
In 2009, Stanbridge studied at Centerville senior high school in Centerville, Indiana, and earned his diploma in 2013. He received a full-ride Lilly Endowment Scholarship in his senior year.
Stanbridge then attended Valparaiso University in northwest Indiana. Just outside of Chicago, with the scholarship he got. He earned himself Summa Cum Laude with his Bachelor of Science. In Meteorology, with a minor in Digital Media in Spring 2017.
Matt Standridge Salary
Stanbridge annually receives a salary of $93,117, according to WKYC Channel 3News meteorologists’ salaries.
Matt Standridge Net Worth
Stanbridge earns an approximated net worth of $1 million.
Matt Standridge Career
Presently, Stanbridge works at KFSM Channel 5 since September 2021. He worked at WKYC Studios worked as a meteorologist prior. Stanbridge served at North Dakota Water Commission as a Radar Meteorologist (Intern) before.
He first worked in his full-time meteorology position at KFSM 5NEWS in Fayetteville. AR as a meteorologist where he started on the weekend and was raised to weekday mornings.
Stanbridge worked for a TV series titled” Adventure Arkansas” as a host. Where he highlighted exciting, fun, and scenic things that folks can do around in their neighborhoods.
Or just a little further away! Arkansas will always be close and dear to his heart as the Natural State. Stanbridge’s career led him to North Dakota where he worked. In a Radar Meteorologist position that involved directing air traffic control.