Jenny Glick Bio, Wiki, Age, Height, WTOP, Family, Husband, Net Worth, and Salary

Who is Jenny Glick?

Jenny Glick is an American Anchor and Reporter serving as a fill-in anchor and reporter for WTOP News Radio in Washington D.C. She joined the station in March 2015 following her tenure at WNEW in Washington.

How old is Jenny Glick?

Glick exact age details remain undisclosed because she prefers to maintain privacy regarding her personal life but she is speculated to be in her 50s.

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How tall is Jenny Glick?

Glick stands at approximately 5 feet 4 inches tall.

Who is Jenny Glick Husband?

Glick keeps her personal life discreet, and there is no information available about her relationships or past romantic involvements.

Jenny Glick Family

Glick resides joyfully in Baltimore, Maryland, with her husband and their two children, a daughter, a son, and their family cat.

Jenny Glick Net worth

Glick has accumulated an estimated net worth ranging from $1 million to $5 million through her successful career as an anchor and reporter.

Jenny Glick Salary

Glick annual salary falls between $45,000 and $110,500.

Jenny Glick Education

Glick pursued her undergraduate studies at the University of Wisconsin-Madison from 1988 to 1992, earning a bachelor of arts degree in journalism and political science. She later attended the University of Maryland from 2013 to 2016, where she obtained a master’s of arts in Journalism.

Jenny Glick Career

Glick is employed by WTOP News Radio in Washington D.C. as a fill-in anchor and reporter, a position she has held since March 2015. She has garnered recognition for her journalistic work, including award-winning reports such as “Gift of Life” (SPJ Winner, AP Maryland finalist, 2018) and “Starving for Perfection” (Virginia AP, Maryland AP Award Winner, SPJ Finalist aired, 2019). Additionally, she received the 2019 Gracie Award for her report on “Starving for Perfection”.

In addition to her role at WTOP, Jenny serves as a College Journalism Instructor at Loyola University Maryland, where she commenced teaching in September 2017. She leads a team of 50 undergraduate writers and editors for the Greyhound student newspaper, a course she co-developed along with an award-winning Radio storytelling course. Her instructional responsibilities encompass writing and reporting, multimedia storytelling, and public speaking.

Jenny’s professional journey includes her tenure at WNEW from June 2013 to December 2015, where she worked as a midday anchor and enterprise reporter, contributing to the team’s recognition with the Murrow Award for coverage of the Derecho storm. Prior to WNEW, she was a midday anchor and reporter at CBS All News Station in Washington D.C. from January 2012 to June 2013.

Jenny Glick Other Career

Before joining WNEW, Jenny held diverse roles at WBAL Radio from July 2010 to March 2012, where she served as a producer, editor, reporter, and anchor. At WMAR TV from February 2003 to June 2009, she worked as a reporter and fill-in anchor. During her tenure, she served as the Lead breaking news reporter for “Good Morning Maryland” from 2007 to 2009 and as an Education reporter from 2004 to 2007. Additionally, she created and produced an Emmy-award winning “Life Lessons series”. Additionally, she was contributing stories and images to the ABC2 News website.

Jenny also worked as a reporter at FOX40 in Sacramento from May 1999 to January 2002, covering breaking news, crimes, court cases, and community issues. She undertook special reporting assignments including “The Disappearance of Chandra Levy” and the “Utility Crisis”. Before her time at FOX40, she served at KCBS Radio as an anchor/reporter, conducting live interviews, producing daily stories, anchoring weekend newscasts, and editing stories in the field.

From January 1997 to January 1999, Jenny served as the midday and weekend anchor at WLS Radio in Chicago. Earlier, she worked at WMAQ Radio from January 1996 to January 1997 as an overnight anchor and producer for the morning show. Jenny’s career commenced at WKRS/WXLC from January 1993 to January 1996, where she co-hosted the Morning Show with Jimmy. While there, she covered news stories and high-profile crimes at Lake County Courthouse.

Jenny Glick WTOP

Glick is employed at WTOP, where she collaborates with other renowned meteorologists, anchors, and reporters from the station including;

  1. John Aaron
  2. Shawn Anderson
  3. Michelle Basch
  4. Brennan Haselton
  5. Anne Kramer
  6. Dean Lane
  7. Mark Lewis
  8. Dimitri Sotis
  9. Liz Anderson
  10. Ralph Fox
  11. Stephanie Gaines-Bryant

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