Lisa Salters is an American journalist and former college basketball player. She has been a reporter for ESPN and ESPN on ABC since 2000. Previously, she covered the O. J. Simpson murder case for ABC and worked as a reporter at WBAL-TV in Baltimore from 1988 to 1995.
Lisa Salters Net Worth
|Net Worth:||$2 Million|
|Date of Birth:||Mar 6, 1966 (56 years old)|
|Profession:||Sports commentator, Journalist|
|Nationality:||United States of America|
Concerning her early life, Lisa spent her childhood in King of Prussia, raised by her parents, whose names and professions have not been revealed to the public. Information on any siblings is also unknown. Regarding her education, Lisa went to Upper Merion Area High School, and upon matriculation enrolled in Penn State University, from which she graduated with a BA degree in Broadcast Journalism in 1988. While in there, Lisa played in the position of a guard for the Lady Lions, a basketball team, in the 1986-1987 season, being the shortest player in the history of the college with a height of 5ft 2ins (1.57m).
To talk about her personal life, Lisa Salters tends to keep information about it far away from the eyes of the public. So, we have no any details of her dating history; however, it is believed that she is single now and hasn’t married, but that she adopted a son, named Samuel Salters. In her spare time, she enjoys playing PlayStation.
Undoubtedly her outstanding academic performance helped her to climb the ladder of success so rapidly, as in 1995 she moved to Los Angeles, California, to join ABC News, working in the position of a news correspondent. During the next five years there, she distinguished herself as a professional and ambitious journalist, as she was a reporter for the daily evening television news program “World News Tonight With Peter Jennings”, and also worked as a correspondent for “ABC World News Tonight With David Muir” in 1998, increasing her net worth by a large margin. Furthermore, she also covered such stories as the O.J. Simpson murder trial, the crash of TWA Flight 800, the Oklahoma City bombing trials, the Matthew Shepard murder, etc.
Speaking about her career, Lisa became involved in the field of journalism right after she obtained her degree, as she started working in the position of a reporter for WBAL-TV in Baltimore in 1988. She worked there until 1995, gaining enough knowledge and experience as a journalist, which also marked the establishment of her net worth.