Shelby Cashman Bio, Age, Height, Husband, Salary, Net worth, KOCO 5 News

Shelby Cashman

Shelby Cashman

Shelby Cashman Biography

Shelby Cashman is an anchor and news reporter as of now working for KOCO 5 News as an anchor. There, She anchors weekday mornings at the station.  Cashman served at a sister station KOAT as an anchor before joining KOco 5.
She went back to Oklahoma City and left KOAT  in Albuquerque in September 2020. Cashman served at KOKH as the Traffic Anchor before joining as the Morning Anchor at KOCO News.

Shelby Cashman Age

Cashman was born in the United States of America. However, no information concerning her age and year of birth.

Shelby Cashman Height

She stands at a height of 5 ft 4 inches/ Approx 1.6 m tall.

Shelby Cashman Education

Cashman joined Michigan University and received a degree in journalism.

Shelby Cashman Family

She is a  reserved person when it comes to matters concerning her family members and siblings.

Shelby Cashman Husband

Cashman got married on May 01, 2021, to her caring and loving husband called Greg McFarland.He and Greg live as husband and wife. Greg McFarland on January 10, 2021, celebrated his 30th birthday.

Shelby Cashman Salary

Cashman receives an annual salary of $10,000 – $100,000, in accordance with KOCO 5 News channel anchors/reporters’ salaries.

Shelby Cashman’s Net Worth

She has an approximated net worth of  $1 million – $5 million.

Shelby Cashman Career

Cashman as of now anchors weekday mornings newscasts at KOCO 5 News Channel. She serves along with morning meteorologist Jonathan Conder.  Breaking news desk anchor Alejandra Briones, and co-anchor Jason Hackett.

Cashman served in Albuquerque, New Mexico.  At KOCO’s sister station KOAT as an evening anchor before going back home to Oklahoma. She and her team for their coverage of former USA President Trump’s 2019 rally.

In Rio Rancho won an Emmy Award Honored while there. Cashman delivered extensive coverage of issues along the Mexico border. And New Mexico, and also reported at Wal-Mart following.

The deadly mass shooting in El Paso, Texas additionally.  She spent three years in Oklahoma City at KOKH with the morning news team before her anchoring in Albuquerque.

Cashman volunteers her time and is so passionate. About her community-making organizations such as  Big Brothers Big Sisters.  In 2017, she was named Oklahoma Big Sister of the Year.