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Who Is ESPN Reporter Josina Anderson? Her Wiki and Age
Josina Anderson was born on 15 August 1978, in Washington D.C, USA, to Yasmin and Lloyd Anderson which means that she is 40 years old and her zodiac sign is Leo. Anderson is best known as a reporter who worked for “Sunday NFL Countdown”, and projects such as “SportsCenter”, “Get Up” and “Golic and Wingo”. Working at a rapid pace, she established her own place in a business dominated mostly by men.
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Got the #Falcons #Panthers game today. Rocking an Australian designer today via Germany. Opted not to wear the skirt which was too dressy for Week 2. Will wear whole ensemble in playoffs. Meanwhile, Panthers today with TE Greg Olsen (foot) & 3 offensive starters on the offensive line. The #Falcons are with RB Devonta Freeman and defensive starters S Keanu Neal & LB Deion Jones. Will be interesting to see who prevails in this NFC South battle of attrition. #NFL #ESPN #2018
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— ig: josinaanderson (@JosinaAnderson) September 9, 2018
Net Worth and Salary
So just how rich is Josina Anderson, as of mid-2018? According to authoritative sources, this reporter has net worth of over $2 million, accumulated from her career in the previously mentioned field. Although she hasn’t revealed any information about her salary, working for prominent companies has certainly allowed her to become stable financially. She hasn’t disclosed any information regarding her assets, such as houses and cars.
Early Life and Education
Having spent some time working as a journalist in Coos Bay, Anderson was reportedly ready for a new chapter in her life, and sent out her resume, but after a year in Oregon working on the mentioned position, and without responses to her messages, she decided to move back to Washington D.C., and in the following period lived with her parents, and took work as a personal trainer.
In 2015, Josina briefly worked on “Mike & Mike”, appearing in two episodes of the series. After that, she joined the cast of “SportsCenter” opposite Neil Everett, Jalen Rose and Jenn Brown. Having appeared in four episodes of the mentioned series, she began serving as a reporter for ESPN’s “Sunday NFL Countdown”, collaborating with Jack Youngblood, Chris Berman, Randy Moss and Matt Hasselbeck. The series received generally positive response, and was rewarded with six awards such as CableACE. Her latest project is “Get Up”, a lively discussion program which features multiple points of view. Overall, this reporter has had five gigs and there are surely more to come for her. As the result of her hard work and efforts, she was conferred with a Salute to Excellence award for Radio – Feature for Outside the Lines and The Sporting Life: “Chamique Holdsclaw”.
Controversy and Bald
In mid 2014, Anderson met criticism as the result of her report on Michael Sam’s showering habits. Reportedly, she stated that Michael, who is openly gay, refused to take a shower before his teammates. This resulted in a backlash from the media and the LGBT community, who bashed both her and the ESPN. Jeff Fisher, the coach of the team went on to call her reports “manufactured”, and ultimately accused her of being “unethical” and “unprofessional”. At the end of the day, ESPN apologized for the remarks Josina made. In 2016, Anderson made a bet regarding Mark Sanchez which required her to shave her head if she lost. Josina did lose, shaved her head, and made a TV appearance with her bald cap and her wig off.