Jennifer Mayerle Bio, Wiki, Age, Height, Family, Husband, WCCO, Salary, and Net Worth

Jennifer Mayerle is an American Emmy Award-winning reporter and anchor working for WCCO. She joined the station in May 2014

Jennifer Mayerle Profile

Jennifer Mayerle is an American Emmy Award-winning reporter and anchor working for WCCO. She joined the station in May 2014 as a reporter where she anchors “WCCO Saturday Morning” from 8-9 a.m.

Jennifer Mayerle Career

Mayerle is an Emmy Award-winning reporter and anchor at WCCO. She joined the station as a reporter and she anchors “WCCO Saturday Morning” from 8-9 a.m. Mayerle has been part of the 10 ‘o clock news team since joining WCCO and they were honored for their reports on the arrest of his kidnapper, Jacob Wetterling’s case, and killer, Danny Heinrich with a regional Murrow award.

She shared a story of a young girl with cancer who, along with her sisters, formed a friendship with their garbage men through “Spreading Kindness,” and the RTNDA recognized her with a Murrow. The  Minnesota chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists awarded her an Emmy.

Mayerle has reported several major golf tournaments including The Masters, she was fascinated to cover the 2016 Ryder Cup. Her career started in Midland, Texas at KWES as a weekend reporter and anchor. It was a small market but she grew to appreciate the beauty of rolling tumbleweeds and learned the value of self-sufficiency.

Her career has taken her to visit the war memorials in Washington, D.C. with Minnesota war veterans on their Honor Flight. While there, she observed the changing of the guard with them at Arlington National Cemetery. In addition, she broke an investigation on counterfeit smoke detectors purchased by the Atlanta Fire Rescue Department and distributed to low-income residents and saved lives.

She like being involved in the community as well as volunteering. Mayerle is a mentor on the Advisory Board for Assistance League of Minneapolis St. Paul and with Minnetonka High School’s VANTAGE program.

Quick Facts About Mayerle

Full Name Jennifer Mayerle
Age 43 years old ass of 2021
Nationality American
Spouse Not Available
Net Worth $1 Million – $5 Million

Mayerle attended the University of San Diego where she received her Bachelor of Arts in Communication Mass Media.

At WCCO Mayerle works alongside;

  1. Frank Vascellaro
  2. Mike Max
  3. Chris Shaffer 
  4. Amelia Santaniello
  5. Heather Brown
  6. Jason DeRusha
  7. Mike Augustyniak
  8. Ali Lucia
  9. Liz Collin
  10. David Schuman
  11. Lisa Meadows
  12. Katie Steiner
  13. Erin Hassanzadeh
  14. Jeff Wagner
  15. Bill Hudson
  16. Christiane Cordero
  17. Kate Raddatz
  18. Riley O’Connor
  19. Reg Chapman
  20. Pat Kessler
  21. Susan-Elizabeth Littlefield
  22. Marielle Mohs
  23. John Lauritsen
  24. Kari Patey
  25. Esme Murphy
  26. Adam Duxter
  27. Ren Clayton
  28. Kirsten Mitchell

Jennifer Mayerle Age

Mayerle is 43 years old as of 2021, she was born on December 11, 1978, in Edina, Minnesota. She celebrates her birthday on the 11th of December every year.

Jennifer Mayerle
Jennifer Mayerle

Jennifer Mayerle Height

Mayerle stands at an approximate height of 5 feet 4 inches tall.

Jennifer Mayerle Family

Information regarding her parents and siblings is currently under review. 

Jennifer Mayerle Husband

Information about her dating life is not known for she has managed to keep her personal life away from the limelight. It is therefore not known if she is engaged to someone married or whether she has any children.

Jennifer Mayerle Salary

Being one of the top journalists for WCCO she earns an annual salary ranging between $ 20,000 – $ 100,000.

Jennifer Mayerle Net Worth

Mayerle has an estimated net worth of between $1 Million – $5 Million which she has earned through her successful career as a reporter and anchor.

Jeniffer Mayerle  Awards

Her excellence in their professional and community endeavors helped her to win the Apex Society’s 2008 “Power 30 under 30” award, which honors 30 professionals in Atlanta under age 30. Apart from her career, she loves serving on boards of directors including for the Atlanta Press Club, emceeing events, as well as volunteering.

WKRG

In the course of her time in Atlanta, contributed profiles of prominent individuals to The Atlantan monthly magazine and did occasional reports on The Insider and CNN. Before coming to Atlanta, she worked in Mobile, AL at WKRG as a weekend anchor and reporter. While there, she gained international exposure for her coverage of Hurricane Katrina. Her first Murrow and Emmy award to win was when she interviewed Hardy Jackson in Biloxi, Mississippi just hours after his wife was swept from his grasp by the floodwaters. Until Hardy’s death in 2013, Mayerle had maintained their friendship, until now she keeps in touch with the family.

CBS46 News

Mayerle was working at CBS46 in Atlanta before joining WCCO-TV in Minneapolis. While here, her excellence in reporting and community involvement was recognized. Her in-depth look at the long-lasting impact of concussions and repeated hits to the head to athletes from the youth to the pro level landed her to receive an Emmy. The Georgia legislators passed a law designed to protect young athletes, The Return to Play Act with the help of Mayerle’s report. In 2011, she reported on Ann Bartlett, a woman who died in a house fire due, Jennifer discovered, to the failure of firefighters to respond adequately to Bartlett’s 911 call and she won a Georgia Associated Press, Murrow, and an Emmy award.

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