Lisa Salters Biography
Lisa Salters is an American journalist, former collegiate women’s basketball player and a sports reporter. She was born on March 6, 1966 in King of Prussia, Pennsylvania, United States. She is currently working for ABC as a reporter on ESPN. Her major works on ESPN are: 2002 FIFA World Cup and 2006 Winter Olympics. From her early age she was interested in journalism. She belongs to multi ethnicity and her nationality is American.
Lisa is 5 feet 2 inch tall in height and she was the shortest player in the history of her college basketball game. She has stunning legs and believed to have gorgeous feet too.
Lisa is a reporter and she is usually seen formal and disciplined. She is not married and neither she has a husband, and also there is no information about her dating history. However, she has adopted a child, who is a boy and his name is Samuel.
Lisa is one of the successful personalities and also ESPN pays a good salary to her. In 2015, her annual salary was calculated to be $235,294 and her current net worth is $2.3 million.Edit
Born in King of Prussia, Pennsylvania, United States
Lisa Salters was born on May 6, 1966 in King of Prussia, Pennsylvania, United States. She got raised there and also she spent her childhood days there. However,there is no information about her parents and siblings.Edit
Graduated from Penn State University
Lisa completed her graduation from Penn State University in 1988. She completed her graduation with a major in broadcast journalism. After that she continued her career and joined WBAL-TV and worked there as a reporter for 7 years.Edit
Nominated for Sports Emmy Award for Outstanding Long Featur
In 2008, Lisa Salters was nominated for the Sports Emmy Award for Outstanding Long Feature Story Ray of Hope, but she didn’t win it. After then she became more famous and a known journalist in the Hollywood.Edit
Her net worth is $2.3 million
Lisa has earned a lot through her career. Her annual salary is calculated to be $235,294. Her annual salary includes her payments from ESPN and the payment by hosting different shows. In 2016, her net worth was accumulated to be $2.3 million.Edit
Currently working for ESPN
Lisa is currently working as the reporter for Monday Night Football and the lead sideline reporter for ESPN’s coverage of the NBA. She is also one of the highlighted personalities on ESPN’s newsmagazine show E: 60, which was released in 2007.