Jummy Olabanji Biography
Jummy Olabanji works at NBC4 in Washington as a weekend anchor. And weekday reporter, She reports each morning from the Live Desk for the News4 Today team. For breaking news coverage he has received two national Edward R. Murrow Awards.
Jummy Olabanji Age
Olabanji was born in Toronto, United States on April 22, 1984. She is 38 years old.
Jummy Olabanji Height
Olabanji stands at a moderate height of 5 ft 6 in/1.65 m tall.
Jummy Olabanji Education
Olabanji studied and finished her high school course. At Westfield High School in Chantilly, Virginia. Then after she earned a BA in Mass Communication from Virginia Tech.
Olabanji graduated from Gonzaga University in 2011. With a Master’s degree in Communication and Leadership Studies afterward. She worked at WRC during college as an intern also.
Jummy Olabanji Family
Olabanji parents are Bola Olabanji and Christiana Olabanji. She is the eldest of three children, her siblings are named; Olaide Olabanji and named Tomi Olabanji. Olabanji’s younger sister Tomi works at the technology company Neustar. In Washington D.C. as a Customer Staff Success Consultant.
Jummy Olabanji Husband
Olabanji is happily married to Darren Sands, who works. At The Washington Post as a staff writer and he studied and graduated with a degree. In journalism from Hofstra University. On June 24, 2017, they exchanged vows.
Jummy Olabanji Salary
Olabanji annually receives a salary of $71,451, according to NBC4 anchor’s/reporter’s salaries.
Jummy Olabanji Net Worth
Olabanji has an approximated net worth of $ 1 million.
Jummy Olabanji Career
Olabanji as of now works at NBC4 in Washington as a weekday reporter. And weekend anchor, she reports from the Live Desk for the News4 Today team. Olabanji’s career started with her working at WRC-TV.
NBC affiliated station in Washington, D.C. as an intern. She worked in Roanoke, Virginia, at WSLS-TV and at CNN for several months as a news assistant later. Olabanji also worked at an ABC-affiliated WJLA-TV.
From 2011 to 2017 as an anchor and reporter. She also worked as an anchor at WNBC-TV in New York. In 2017, Olabanji anchored the weekend evening newscasts. She is a member of the National Association of Black Journalists.
Sits on the Board of Directors of the National Kidney Foundation. And is an advocate for organ donation in the bargain. Olabanji has received seven EMMY Awards and two Virginia Associated Press Awards.
She began at WRC-TV, NBC affiliated station in Washington, D.C. As an intern, then she worked in Roanoke, Virginia at WSLS-TV. And at CNN for several months as a news assistant.
Olabanji worked at a dual CBS/Fox-affiliated WCAV-TV in Charlottesville. WTKR-TV CBS-affiliated in Norfolk as a reporter in addition.