Jackie Layer Bio, Age, Net Worth 2022, Salary, Relationship, Height
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|Full Name:||Jackie Layer|
|Birth Place||New Jersey|
|Education||Penn State University|
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Jackie Layer is an American meteorologist who is currently working in the NBC Boston and NECN.
Early Life of Jackie Layer
Jackie Layer was born in New Jersey, the United States of America. Jackie is of American nationality and belongs to a white ethnic background.
She graduated from Penn State University with a bachelor’s degree in Meteorology. During her days at Penn State University, she took advantage of all the clubs and activities both the university’s Campus Weather Service, also 1-minutes educational weather show titled Weather Or Not, every week.
Is Jackie Layer Married?
Jackie Layer is not married at the moment. However, there is a rumor that she might be in a relationship with Devin Coyne who is a TV producer.
Besides, she loves outdoor activities, mostly running. Jackie ran her first half marathon in the year 2014 in Chicago. She also loves spending time with her family and friends, traveling, and maintaining her body shape.
What is the Net Worth and Salary of Jackie Layer?
Jackie Layer earns a decent amount of money from her successful career as a journalist, as she has covered various Hurricanes and weather situations.
Jackie Layer’s Career
- She got an opportunity to start her career as a meteorologist in the Midwest-tracking tornadoes, severe thunderstorms, and lake effect snow at WBND (ABC-57) in South Bend, IN.
- She spent three years in Michiana and began forecasting during one of the snowiest and coldest winters that southwest Michigan and northwest Indiana had ever seen.
- Her first winter in the area and wind chills dropped to 40 below zero.
- Later, Jackie was able to host the intermission competeti9ns on-the-ice during Notre Dame Hockey home games.
- In the year 2015, she served as a reporter, and the following year she worked as an anchor for Notre Dame Day which was a global celebration over a 36-hour broadcast to showcase Notre Dame’s tradition and progress.