Shannon Pettypiece is a print and broadcast journalist from America. Currently, she is the senior white house correspondent for NBC news digital. She is been thriving in the news and journalism industry for quite a few years now.
Shannon was born on 10th June 1981 in-lake origin, Michigan, USA. She was born to Dough and Alieen Pettypiece. Shannon’s mother is a science teacher and her father was a woodworker. He owned Troy Corners Door co. in Michigan. She grew up with sister Erin Pettypiece. She was brought up entirely in Michigan by both working parents.
As she was completely raised in Michigan, she completed her education in Michigan. She completed her higher secondary education at Lake Origin high school. She then went to Michigan University for graduation in political science with a focus on Russia and the former Soviet Union. Shannon worked as an editor and reporter for the university’s run newspaper named Michigan daily.
Shannon Pettypiece Career
She has been in the news industry for years now. She is a senior white house correspondent for NBC news digital. Shannon also reports for MSNBC.com, NBCnews.com, and today.com. On 3rd July 2019, she was appointed as senior white house correspondent. From 2006 she was working for Bloomberg News in Washington. She was covering food and drug administration for the last thirteen years. Before that she also worked at Cleveland business and there, she covered news about the city’s medical as well as IT companies. Shannon never planned on being a journalist, she wandered in her university’s newspaper Michigan daily and wanted to make new friends but never left. She interned at the New York times in D.C during college and then got her first job as a journalist in Miami at a small weekly paper.
Shannon is active on social media. She has 1835 followers on Instagram and likes to post about her work and his adorable son. She is constantly active on Twitter and has 43.5 K followers. Her updates are mostly about crucial subjects a state is facing. She also has a Facebook account but her last post is dated back to 16th January 2017. She has 3000 followers on Facebook.
Shannon Pettypiece Biography
|Real Name||Shannon Pettypiece|
|Birth Date||June 10, 1981|
|Age (as of 2021)||40 Years|
|Birth Place||Lake Origin, Michigan, USA|
|Profession||Print & Broadcast Journalist|
|Height||in feet inches – 5’ 7” – in Centimeters – 170 cm|
|Weight||in Kilograms – 67 kg – in Pounds – 148 lbs|
|Chest Bra Size||42D|
|Waist Size||26 Inches|
|Biceps Hips Size||36 Inches|
|Shoe Size||8 (U.S.)|
|Sister||One (Erin Pettypiece)|
|School||Lake Orion High School|
|College||University of Michigan|
|Who is her Husband?||Jason Fields|
On 24th May 2009 Jason Fields and Shannon tied the knot together. The couple comes from the same background. He is also a journalist and previously worked at the Riverdale Press. They both took wedding vows in central perk with close friends and family. Shannon and Jason have been married for 12 years now. They have a son together and she loves to post pictures with him on social media but refuses to share information about him. People speculate about him attending elementary school.
Shannon Pettypiece Net worth
According to some sources, the average salary of a reporter of NBC is about $67,961 per year. Shannon’s primary income is journalism and also earns through industries related to it like the award industry. As a correspondent of the white house, she must be earning more than other reports and assumed to be having a $100,000 salary. As of 2021, the total net worth of Shannon is around $2 million.
- She has met the CEOs of the world’s biggest medical services organizations, including Pfizer, Merck, GlaxoSmithKline, Bayer, and Eli Lilly.
- Because of her career, she visited China and went to Chinese hospitals, research labs, and homes for a four-part series on the country’s evolving health care system.
- At the very youthful age of 5, she began showing ponies seriously and was associated with 4-H and school and college equestrian groups.
- Though her being a journalist is a mere co-incident she has mastered the skills in her profession and she is an effective reporter right now.
- She later joined The New York Times in Detroit where she filled in as a stringer.