• Wendy Haskell is a sports reporter, doctor of physical therapy, and journalist who has a net worth of close to $1 million
• She was born in 1985 in Orange County, California, USA, and is of Caucasian ethnicity
• She was the subject of a controversy when she filed a report for sexual harassment against her former employer Warren Moon
• Moon was a former Canadian and American Football quarterback who played 23 seasons professionally
• Haskell studied at Clarence High School and New York State University, Buffalo, and received her doctorate in physical therapy there.
Wendy Haskell’s Wiki and Biography
Unfortunately, Wendy Haskell hasn’t shared the information regarding her exact date of birth, but we do know that she was born in 1985 in Orange County, California, USA, which means that she is around 34 years old, and her nationality is American. She rose to fame as a sports reporter, doctor of physical therapy, and journalist who worked for Warren Moon. She was the subject of a controversy when she filed a report for sexual harassment against her former employer. She became better known in the media, but some questions regarding her private information and formative years have been posed.
So just how rich is Wendy Haskell, as of mid-2019? According to authoritative sources, this journalist, sports reporter and doctor has a net worth of close to $1 million, with her wealth being accumulated from her career in the previously mentioned field. However, she hasn’t spoken about her assets, such as vehicles and houses, but she is seemingly able to take care of herself financially.
Ethnicity and Background
Speaking about Wendy’s ethnicity, she is Caucasian and has blonde hair and blue eyes, which suits her complexion. Judging from the photos available on the internet, Wendy has a fit figure and takes good care of her appearance, indicating that she puts time and effort into her looks.
Haskell spent her formative years in Buffalo, New York State, and was a student of Clarence High School, during that time, she was also active in volleyball and basketball. Having matriculated, she enrolled into New York State University, Buffalo, and received her doctorate in physical therapy there. She went on to start her career joining Time Warner Cable Sports Channel in 2013, remaining there until 2016. Working for that company, she covered events held at Buffalo Hills. In the meantime, in 2014 she joined Kiwi Physical Therapy and worked for the US Athletics training center.
Wendy is in the entertainment field, which naturally means that she is active on social media, which she uses to promote her work as well as to communicate with her followers. However, at some point she locked her account, and her tweets can now be seen only by approved people. She is followed by 1,000 people on Twitter.
Despite being a public figure, Wendy prefers keeping the majority of personal details behind closed doors, which also includes her relationship status.
This has led many to believe she’s single. Reportedly, she has never been married and doesn’t have any children, but who knows what the future holds for her. All that matters is that she’s happy.
Career and Rise to Fame
As the result of her hard work, Wendy was recruited by Warren Moon, and worked for Sports 1 Management, soon becoming his personal assistant and accompanying him on business trips.
At that time she became popular, but unfortunately her life wasn’t actually as perfect, as her boss reportedly sexually harassed her. In late 2017, she filed a lawsuit against him. Prior to this, she spoke to the CEO of the company, who allegedly told her to keep quiet and obey Moon’s every wish. Reportedly, when she originally joined Moon’s company, she was excited to move forward in her career, however, as time went on Haskell learned that her employer had a dark and twisted side, as he demanded Wendy do sexual and perverse arrangements.
This also included sleeping in the same bed with him on business trips, and being subjected to other sexual advances. Wendy refused, coming out to the public. However, this wasn’t the first time that Warren had been accused of sexual harassment. Following the lawsuit, Wendy left the company, moving on career-wise. The story was covered by numerous online platforms, such as Daily Mail. Warren admitted that he made his employee sleep in the same bed as him, adding that his secretary tried to blackmail him for $3 million.
— Wendy Haskell (@WendyHaskell) December 3, 2015
Ex-Boss Warren Moon
Harold Warren Moon was born on 18 November 1956, in Los Angeles, California, USA, which means that he is 62 years old and his nationality is American. Warren, whose zodiac sign is Scorpio, is best known as a former Canadian and American Football quarterback, who spent 23 seasons professionally. He was born into a big family, and was the middle child. His father passed away when Moon was only seven years old, and his mom Pat taught Moon to sew, cook, iron and do other things for the household.
When it comes to his education, Warren was a student of Alexander Hamilton High School in Los Angeles, and after matriculating, Warren enrolled into West Los Angeles College, where his efforts were unfortunately not recognized. Nonetheless, his career blossomed later on. For the majority of his career, he played for the Houston Oilers and the Edmonton Eskimos, and in addition for the Minnesota Vikings, Seattle Seahawks and Kansas City Chiefs. At the age of 44, Moon retired.