Serena Winters NBC Sports, Bio, Wiki, Age, Height, Family, Engaged, Husband, Married, Wedding, Salary and Net Worth

Serena Winters Biography and Wiki

Serena Winters is an American sports journalist working for NBC Sports Philadelphia as the Sixers Reporter. She reports on the sidelines, or on pre-game and post-game shows.

She began her professional career as a New Media Intern and FUEL TV Correspondent at Fuel Tv. She then worked as a sportscaster and color commentator for Channel 17 Santa Barbara Channels. She began working for ESPN as Jim Rome’s Burning Intern in January 2011. Winters served as a Co-Host and Co-Producer for Sports Talk 805 from 2011 until August 2012.

Serena served as a Lakers Reporter and Video Director for for five years. She worked as an NBA Analyst/Host for Time Warner Cable SportsNet from September 2014 to January 2018. She was also the host of The Bridge on NBC Sports.

Serena Winters Age

Winters is 32 years old as of 2021. She was born on September 27, 1988, in Orange County, USA.

Serena Winters Height and Weight

Winters stands at an average height and moderate weight. She appears to be quite tall in stature if her photos, relative to her surroundings, are anything to go by.

Serena Winters’s Parents and Family

Winters was born and brought up in  Orange County by her loving parents. However, she has not disclosed any further information on her family or her siblings. Winters graduated from the University of California, Santa Barbara with a BA in Communication, Exercise, and Sport Studies, and a minor in Sport Management.

Serena Winters Husband and Married

Winters has not disclosed any information on her marital status and relationships. It is not known whether she is married or in a relationship right now. Her husband and spouse will soon be updated.

Serena Winters Net Worth and Salary

Winters is believed to have an estimated net worth of $350,000 as of 2021 from her successful career as a sports journalist for NBC Sports. Winters receives an annual salary of $75,000 from her career as a sports journalist for NBC Sports.


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