Holly Green Biography
Holly Green is an English Meteorologist and News anchor working for ITV Meridian. Before she joined the ITV News channel she was Trained by the Met Office and employed by the BBC until September 2017.
Holly Green Age
Green was born in 1979 in the city of Plymouth in England. She is about 40 years old as of 2019.
Holly Green Husband
Holly is a married woman. She is happily married to Andrew McMinn. But there is no information regarding how the duo met and tied the knot as Green doesn’t like her personal life in the limelight.
Holly Green Salary and Net Worth
Green receives an annual salary of between £ 32,000–£26,269. Her net worth is still under review
Holly Green Education
She joined Cardiff University in Wales after completing her elementary & high school studies. It is one of the world’s most prestigious universities and was established back in 1883.
She pursued a degree in mathematics at Cardiff and was heavily involved in extra-curricular activities.
She used to present on the student radio, which was the main spark behind her interest in being a media presenter.
She went on to pursue her postgraduate degree from Reading University, where her discipline was “Masters of Science in Meteorology.” Holly is a Met Office trained forecaster with an MSc in Meteorology.
Holly Green Career
Holly got her first professional break in the Met Office after graduation, where she spent almost a year training as a weather forecaster.
Then she switched fields to work with the RAF (Royal Air Force) in Coningsby, Lincolnshire. RAF was opened as a bomber station in 1940, which changed after the war and started welcoming Boeing Washington aircraft and Jet Aircraft. It has also been home to the Battle of Britain Memorial Flight and its visitor center since 1976.
Holly’s main responsibilities were to provide the pilots of the “Euro-fighter typhoons” & the classic World War 2 aircraft of the “Battle of Britain Memorial Flight” with detailed weather forecasts & daily briefings. The amount of pressure here was at a peak due to the possibility of real-life & death.
Meanwhile, the BBC Weather Center offered her employment to which she said yes. There, she worked alongside the national anchors & presenters as a Duty Weather Manager for the first 2 years.
By the time she entered the 3rd year of BBC service, i.e. She applied for a job at BBC Spotlight in August 2016. She got the job, not to mention, and became part of the new team. As a part of BBC, she has also worked with the journalist like Huw Edwards, Lyse Doucet, Nick Robinson, Zeinab Badawi, and Tina Daheley.
News popped up on September 15, 2017, stating that she had resigned from all BBC Spotlight shows with immediate notice. The reasons have not yet been made public. She joined the ITV Meridian network team in October 2017.