Jenna Sachs Bio, Age, Height, Husband, Salary, Net Worth FOX6 News

Jenna Sachs
Jenna Sachs

Jenna Sachs Biography

Jenna Sachs is a journalist who works for FOX6 News, She began working here in January 2011 and covered the union protests in Madison for her first weeks at FOX6, She worked as a general assignment reporter, for her first five years, she had the duty of covering up breaking news events like the shooting at the Azana Salon, Spa, and Sikh Temple shooting.

Jenna Sachs Age

Jenna’s age isn’t out yet as she keeps her personal life at a lowkey will update this as soon as available.

Jenna Sachs Height

Jenna is of a medium height compared with the seen pictures of her, her exact height isn’t known but will be updated soon.

Jenna Sachs education

Jenna schooled at Eastview High School then joined the University of Wisconsin-Madison.

Jenna Sachs Family

Jenna was raised in Apple Valley, Minnesota. Will update more information on this soon.

Jenna Sachs Husband

Jenna is a married woman but keeps her personal life private because of that she hasn’t let out any information regarding her love life will update this information as soon as available.

Jenna Sachs Salary

Jenna annually earns a  salary of $75,000.This is according to Fox News salaries to reporters.

Jenna Sachs Net worth

Jennas estimated net worth is $ 250,000.

Jenna Sachs Career

Jenna Sachs is a journalist who works for FOX6 News, She began working here in January 2011 and covered the union protests in Madison for her first weeks at FOX6, She worked as a general assignment reporter, for her first five years, she had the duty of covering up breaking news events like the shooting at the Azana Salon, Spa, and Sikh Temple shooting.

On a weekly ‘Wisconsin’s Most Wanted’ segment at FOX6, that assisted in the arrests of dozens of fugitives, She worked with the U.S. Marshals for two years on it.

FOX6’s titled her as the Contact 6 consumer reporter, Her work is to help you save money. Her most memorable stories before Contact 6 are the in-depth reports she generated with Milwaukee’s medical community, she received an Emmy award for one of the reports and others received Emmy Award nominations.

From 2008 to 2011, she reported for WFRV after coming from Green Bay to Milwaukee, where she reported on the Green Bay Packers, a decades-old murder investigation, and flooding. Previously she spent one year at WKBT in La Crosse.

Her interest in TV News grew while she was still in University, After internships in Madison at NBC-15 and in Minneapolis at WCCO, she landed a full-time on-air internship at WISC, where she worked throughout her senior year.