Stephanie Druley Biography
|Birth Nation:||United States of America|
|Birth Name||Stephanie Druley|
|Birth Place/City||Houston, Texas|
|Net Worth||$5 million|
|Education||University of Texas|
Stephanie Druley is an American reporter who is very famous for working as a senior Vice-president for ESPN. During her tenure at ESPN, she has hosted NFL Live, NFL PrimeTime, Monday Night Countdown. Previously she has worked with the likes of Longhorn Network, ESPNU, and SEC Network.
Short-Bio Of Stephanie Druley
Stephanie Druley was born in Houston, Texas, however, she has not officiated her exact date of birth. She is of American nationality and belongs to white ethnicity. Apart from this, there is no information related to her early life such as parents, siblings, and so on.
Talking about education, she has completed her schooling from a local school. After that, she has joined the University of Texas, Austin, and received her degree in Journalism degree.
What Is Stephanie Druley Relationship Status?
Stephanie Druley is a very secretive natured person when it comes to sharing about her personal life, so whether she is married or not is still unknown as she has never preferred to disclose about it. To this date, she has not been spotted with any guy, so it seems she is single at the moment.
Some of the sources claimed that she is a married woman and has shared kids but she has not personally officiated about it. She is an active user of the Twitter platform but she has never revealed a single clue on her personal life in any of her posts.
How Much Is Her Net Worth As Of 2020? Career In Brief!!!
As of 2020, Stephanie Druley has an estimated net worth of $5 million from her career as a reporter. As per the sources, se is supposed to make around $250,000 per annum as his salary.
Stephanie Druley started her career back in 1990 with ESPN as a broadcaster. From 1996-99, she worked as an associate producer. In 2005, she was promoted to senior coordinating producer and she hosted several programs such as NFL PrimeTime, Monday Night Countdown, NFL Live, and Super Bowl.
After over two decades of her career with the ESPN, in March 2011, she was promoted to the Vice President position. Before this, she worked there as a senior coordinating producer in all NFL studio shows. She also often appeared alongside the Emmy winning reporter, Andrea Kremer.
Besides her work in the ESPN, she is also known for being a member of the Women in Cable and Telecommunications (WITC).