Born on 28th of May, 1986, Britt McHenry is a former ESPN personality.
She is currently a commentator on Fox Nation, Fox News’ 24/7 streaming service. She is the host of a show on WTTG Fox 5 in Washington, D.C.
Britt McHenry’s Net Worth
As of 2019, the young reporter’s Net Worth was estimated to be nearly $1.5 million. Britt Mchenry has been in the reporting scene for over a decade now and is modestly known too. Furthermore, she receives a salary of $600,000 per annum from her current job at Fox Network.
She is also actively seen on social media. Likewise, Britt McHenry has a 402.4k follower on her Instagram account.
Britt McHenry is diagnosed with a Brain tumor
Former ESPN reporter Britt McHenry tweeted a photo from her hospital room on Wednesday as she prepared for brain surgery. The 33-year-old revealed last week that a brain tumor was discovered during an MRI.
“I’ve been having headaches for six months now, but I was going through a very public, well-documented, stressful situation at work, so I assumed the migraines and vomiting and nausea were associated with that stress,” she said. “I’ll be out recovering but had to say THANK YOU to former bosses, colleagues & friends from ESPN. Class act people. To fox5dc, Fox News colleagues & FDRLST for support,” she tweeted, accompanied by a photo of her smiling from her hospital room. “To EVERYONE reading this. Your kindness & words provided strength. #FIGHT”
Early life and career
She was born in Mount Holly Township, New Jersey, and grew up in Satellite Beach, Florida, where she graduated from Satellite High School in 2004. The commentator is the daughter of an Air Force Lt. Colonel.
McHenry attended Stetson University and played on the Hatters soccer team as a midfielder for the 2004 season. She also spent time as a model in college, working for the Wilhelmina Models agency. After graduating in 2007 from Stetson, Britt McHenry went on to Northwestern University’s Medill School of Journalism. At Medill, she started covering stories in Chicago, Illinois.
In March 2014, she left ABC7 to join ESPN as a Washington, D.C.-based bureau reporter. She served as a correspondent for various shows including SportsCenter, Outside the Lines, NFL Live and Baseball Tonight.
On April 27, 2017, McHenry announced on Twitter that she was being let go by ESPN, with the NFL Draft being her last assignment. McHenry was part of a 100-person layoff that included Ed Werder, Jayson Stark, and Jay Crawford. In May 2018, McHenry tweeted that she was fired because she “was white and paid too much.”