Josina Anderson is the award-winning renowned American journalist who has worked for several famous news agencies such as ESPN, Fox Sports, and several others news channels. She is currently working for the famous American sports channel, ESPN.
Josina Anderson was born on August 1, 1978, in Washington, DC, United States of America. She is of American nationality having an African American ethnic background.
Anderson was born to parents mother Yasmin Anderson and father Lloyd Anderson and has also a brother who is a film producer by profession.
The 40 years' old Josina Anderson later attended the University of Carolina and received her degree in exercise and sports science and also won the AAU Junior Olympic in her early life.
Before she became a distinguished TV personality, she was previously was a ballet dancer for American Youth Ballet.
Anderson began her journalism career in 2000 and found employment as a sports anchor for CBS affiliate in Coos Bay.
After working for several TV shows and news agency, Josina Anderson joined the famous American sports channel, ESPN on August 2011 and for her outstanding work, she was awarded the Emmy award. She got the award for covering the Addis Ababa story.
Moving towards her personal life, Josina Anderson is possibly single and unmarried as information about her past and present relationship which might suggest her dating life and her boyfriend details are all hidden.
Furthermore, Josina Anderson has a net worth to be in the region of $2 million which she earned from her professional career.