Jacqueline Bennett is an American Meteorologist who joined WBTS/NBC in Boston and worked as an anchor at Spectrum News. She is the only female in Los Angeles as a Certified Broadcast Meteorologist.
Jacqueline Bennett began her career as a weather forecasting reporter in Boise with KIVI News. She also worked with KRON 4 News in San Francisco, with XETV-TDT CW 6 in San Diego, where she works as a meteorologist and a traffic reporter. Later she moved to NBC in January 2017.
|Height||5 feet and 5 inches|
|Net Worth||$1 Million and $5 Million|
|Salary||$33,774 to $112,519 per year|
|Education||California State University, San Francisco State University|
Jacqueline Bennett Wiki, Age
Bennett is not featured on the official page of Wikipedia. But, she is on different social media platforms. She is on Instagram and Twitter under the name of @jacquelinebennetttv and @jaqbennett, respectively.
Jacqueline holds an American nationality and belongs to white ethnicity. Moreover, she follows Christianity by religion.
Also, she is a triple-negative breast cancer survivor.
She was born and raised in San Fernando Valley. Her exact date of birth is still a mystery to his fans to date. Since her exact date of birth is not revealed, his zodiac sign is unknown.
About Jacqueline Bennett Physical Attributes
Jacqueline stands with an average height of 5 feet and 5 inches. However, her weight is still not revealed, but she looks slim and fit.
She has a brown eye with blonde hair and has a shoe size of 7.5.
Who Is She Married To?
Her husband’s name is not revealed in the public domain yet but as per our research, we came to know that her husband is a Navy pilot of F-18 fighter jets.
Currently, her husband is stationed at the China Lake Naval Air Station.
How Much Does She Earn?
As per our source, Meteorologist Jacqueline’s salary range is between $33,774 to $112,519 per year.
Her estimated net worth is about $1 Million and $5 Million. Her major source of income in her career is as a News Personality.
And #rain totals for the rest of our #SoCal communities. Rain is still going in Orange County & #SanDiego, but is almost done. The next #AtmosphericRiver storm is in our sights, a weak event that should arrive TUE. Hyperlocal #forecast to come next week! #TGIF #HappyFriday pic.twitter.com/QDci6ViYmW
— Jacqueline Bennett (@jaqbennett) January 30, 2021
Know About Her Education
She pursued her degree in Journalism and Spanish from California State University, Northridge. Also, she earns her degree in Atmospheric Sciences with a concentration in Meteorology from San Francisco State University.