Pamela Gardner Biography
This is what you need to know about Pamela Gardner, an American News Meteorologist anchor, and reporter currently working for NBC 10 Boston. Before joining NBC 10 News, Gardner worked at a WBZ-TV as a Reporter.
Pamela Gardner Age
Gardner was born in 1992 in Indianapolis, Indiana, United State of America. She is 28 years old as of 2020.
Pamela Gardner Height
- Not Known.
Pamela Gardner Family
Little is known about Gardner’s parents, also there are no details about her siblings, therefore this information will be updated as soon as it’s available.
Pamela Gardner Husband
Gardner is happily married to her husband Max Clemons II. She has not yet updated her husband’s details.
Pamela Gardner Baby
Gardner and her husband have been blessed with a child born, on January 30, 2020, at 1:24 am after 8 months of pregnancy the baby was stillborn.
Pamela Gardner Salary
Gardner receives an Approximate annual salary of $72,762-$171,241. This is according to NBC 10 News anchors/reporters’ salaries.
Pamela Gardner Net Worth
Gardner has an estimated Net Worth of $10k to $100k dollars. Her career as a meteorologist is her primary source of income.
Pamela Gardner Education
Gardner received her bachelor’s degree in telecommunications with a minor in meteorology from Ball State University and earned her Broadcast Meteorologist Certificate from Mississippi State University.
Pamela Gardner NBC 10
Gardner IS an American News Meteorologist anchor, and reporter currently working for NBC 10 Boston. Before joining NBC 10 News, Gardner worked at a WBZ-TV as a Reporter.
She also worked at WISH-TV in Indianapolis, Indiana, where she was the weekend evening meteorologist. Before that, she was at WTHI-TV in Terre Haute, Indiana as the weekday morning meteorologist, having started there as the weekend meteorologist.
Gardner started her career at WIPB-TV in Muncie, Indiana, and while there she was nominated for a regional Emmy Award. She also enjoys the challenge of forecasting weather and decided to leave the severe storms and tornadoes of the Midwest to experience the nor’easters of New England.