Emily Gagnon Bio, Age, Height, Family, Salary, Net Worth CBS46

Emily Gagnon Bio, Age, Height, Family, Salary, Net Worth CBS46

Emily Gagnon Biography

Emily Gagnon serves at CBC46 as a sports anchor.  She began working here in January 2017. Gagnon worked as a KSN’s sports director in Wichita, KS, during her time there. She covered  Elite Eight with the Jayhawks, a Sweet Sixteen.

With the Shockers as well as two World Series with the Royals before. Gagnon worked for Comcast Sports Southeast as a sideline reporter before going to Kansas, where she covered the SEC for CSS also.

Emily Gagnon Age

Gagnon was born in Canada on 9th of August 1985. She36 years old as of 2021.

Emily Gagnon Height

Gagnon stands at an average height of 5 ft 5 in/1.63m tall.

Emily Gagnon Education

Gagnon majored in Telecommunications News and also minored in Spanish. From the University of South Florida based in Tampa in 2007.

Emily Gagnon Family

She is quite a reserved person she has managed to keep details on her parents and siblings away from the media.

Emily Gagnon Husband

Gagnon has directed her focus more on her job and due to this.  She has not disclosed any details on her whether she is single, dating, married, or divorced.

Emily Gagnon Salary

Gagnon annually earns a salary of $66,418,  according to CBC46 reporter’s/anchor’s salaries.

Emily Gagnon Net worth

She has an approximated net worth of $1 million.

Emily Gagnon Career

Gagnon used to work at WCJB in Florida as an entertainment producer & sports reporter.  Then she worked at WTOK- TV as an anchor and sports reporter in 2011. Gagnon covered collegiate sports in east Mississippi and west Alabama.

She won the 2011 associated press for the “best sports story”. Award after producing Libby”s life; cheering through. Gagnon worked for Comcast Sports Southeast as a sideline reporter. Before going to Kansas, where she covered the SEC for CSS also.

She began working at WTOK based in Meridian, MS. As a sports anchor, during her tenure, due to a special series called “Libby’s Life: Cheering Through CF,”. Gagnon won the 2011 Associated Press for “Best Sports Story” award.

After working in Magnolia State after one year. Then she began working at KYTX based in Tyler, TX in 2012, and in April 2013. Gagnon began working at Comcast southeast as the sideline reporter.

She worked at KSN/ KSAS as a sports director, during her time here. Gagnon covered the thriving Kansas City sports scene. Such as Kansas city chiefs as well as Kansas city royals in addition.

She worked as a reporter as well as the station’s sports anchor at WGCL/ CBS 46 in 2017 after.

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