Jennifer Crockett Biography
Jennifer Crockett is a journalist and news anchor from the United States who presently works for WDSU in New Orleans. Crockett rose through the ranks of the journalism industry, beginning as the classifieds manager of Tiger Weekly (now DIG magazine) while attending Louisiana State University.
Jennifer Crockett Age
Jennifer’s age and date of birth are not known to the public, she is rather secretive about her personal life.
Jennifer Crockett Birthday
Crockett has not disclosed any information on her birthday nor her date of birth.
Jennifer Crockett Height
Jennifer stands at an average height with a moderate weight. Information on her other body measurements is currently unavailable at the moment.
Jennifer Crockett Family
Crockett was born and raised in the USA, however, she has not disclosed any information on her family nor her siblings at the moment.
Jennifer Crockett Education
Jennifer is a graduate of Louisiana State University.
Jennifer Crockett Husband
Jennifer is married to her husband, however, She has not disclosed any information on her husband’s identity at the moment.
Jennifer Crockett Salary
According to WDSU anchor salary, Jennifer receives an annual average salary of $85,000.
Jennifer Crockett Net Worth
Jennifer’s net worth is approximated to be ranging between $100,000-$300,000 as of 2021.
Jennifer Crockett Career
Crockett rose through the ranks of the journalism industry, beginning as the classifieds manager of Tiger Weekly (now DIG magazine) while attending Louisiana State University. She went on to become the editor-in-chief before earning a bachelor of arts in English, writing, and culture in 2003.
Jennifer returned to writing after the birth of her son in 2005, working as a freelance writer for New York publishers. She began her career in broadcast media in 2008, when she joined the ABC affiliate in Baton Rouge, WBRZ, as a news and special projects reporter.
She moved on to a general news reporting role at the NBC affiliate in Baton Rouge, WVLA, before becoming the producer and anchor of the station’s morning news hour, “Morning Edition.”
Jennifer elected to re-enter the freelancing market in 2011, focusing on projects for the state’s FastStart program, a subsidiary of Louisiana Economic Development. She also filled in as anchor for WVLA’s “Morning Edition” and guest-hosted on WJBO radio. She also reported on the legislative session for Louisiana Public Broadcasting, created private projects, and guest-hosted on WJBO radio.
With two children, aged 10 and 2, their family life is hectic but enjoyable, and their children are always first and foremost. Jennifer began considering the transfer to New Orleans with WDSU management months before taking the plunge, but now that she is here, she considers herself fortunate to be working in a place where relationships are built quickly and news never stops.