Courtney Harrison Biography
Courtney Harrison is a Journalist and Sports, news reporter. Presently working for WNEP New as a news sports reporter. Her target of becoming a sports reporter started with inside impressions.
When she took over the sports report in 2008. Harrison aids out in covering all sorts of sporting activities. To NASCAR races at Pocono from both football and basketball. She besides being a racing fan has also been a fan of sports.
Courtney Harrison Age
Harrison was born and raised in San Francisco, the United States of America. But, no information concerning her age and year of birth.
Courtney Harrison Height
She stands at a height of 5 ft 6 inches/Approx. 1.7 m tall.
Courtney Harrison Education
Harrison joined Mountain View High School for her high school diploma. She attended the University of Kutztown later on.
Courtney Harrison Family
She has managed to keep her life private concerning her family members and siblings, despite being in a public eye.
Courtney Harrison Husband
Harrison is married to her handsome husband namely Darren. She is a veteran United States Army. in 2017, their wedding was held in North Carolina.
Courtney Harrison Salary
Harrison receives an annual salary of $1 million per year, in accordance with WNEP News anchors/reporters’ salaries.
Courtney Harrison’s Net Worth
She has an approximated net worth of $150 million.
Courtney Harrison Career
Harrison began her career in 2005 as an intern in the sports department. She was hired behind the scenes in 2006 as an editor later on. Harrison permeates out with breaking news or sporting activities as a photographer assisting after that.
She further explains when the spectator appreciates WNEP. This makes her work harder for them how good it feels. She has also been a big Philadelphia Eagles fan and a great fan of sports.
Harrison’s target of being a sports reporter began. In 2008 when she took sports characteristics inside track. She assisted out covering all basketball at NASCAR races and sorts of events from football since that time. Harrison was inspired to be back reporting news for WNEP.