Sheinelle Jones Biography
This is what you need to know about Sheinelle Jones, an American news journalist working as a news correspondent currently working for NBC News. She is also a co-host of the third hour of Today on weekdays.
Sheinelle Jones Age
Jones was born on April 19, 1978, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, US.
Sheinelle Jones Body Measurements
Jones stands at a height of 4 feet 11 inches tall.
- 119 lbs
She weighs a weight of 54 kgs.
Sheinelle Jones Family
Jones is a wife to Uche Ojeh and a parent to three kids. She is also the daughter of U.S. District Court Judge C. Darnell Jones II.
Sheinelle Jones Husband
Jones is happily married to her husband Uche Ojeh. The couple tied the knot in 2007. The couple is blessed with three children.
Sheinelle Jones Salary
Jones receives an annual average salary of between $1 million. This is according to NBC News anchors/reporter’s salaries.
Sheinelle Jones Net Worth
Jones has an estimated Net Worth of $ 23 million dollars. Her career as a news anchor is her primary source of income.
Sheinelle Jones Education
Jones attended Wichita Brooks Middle Magnet School and Wichita Heights High School, both in Wichita, Kansas, and Northwestern University in Evanston, Illinois.
Sheinelle Jones NBC News
Jones is an American news journalist working as a news correspondent currently working for NBC News. She is also a co-host of the third hour of Today on weekdays.
She also began her career in Springfield, Illinois for WICS. Before going to work for NBC News, She also worked at KOKI-TV, the FOX affiliate in Tulsa, Oklahoma, and WTXF-TV, the FOX O&O in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
She worked at the Philadelphia station for over nine years. She also joined Today American news and talk morning tv show that airs on NBC, on October 4, 2014, as part of Weekend Today but left on December 21, 2019.
In 2019, She also became a co-host on 3rd Hour Today. She is also a co-anchor on the Saturday editions of Weekend Today, Jones was working six days a week. As of February 2020, she had surgery to remove lesions from her vocal cord and thus could not speak at all for two weeks; she remained out of work for six weeks.