Meghan Mckeown Height, Weight, Net Worth, Age, Birthday, Wikipedia, Who, Nationality, Biography

Meghan Mckeown- Biography

Meghan Mckeown is a WISH-TV sports reporter who joined the network in 2016. She previously worked as the Northwestern News Network SportsNight’s Sports Director/Reporter and Host, and her presentation skills are out of this world. She, too, was a former basketball player for Northwestern University’s Women’s Basketball Team.

What is the Net Worth of Meghan Mckeown? Salary, Earnings

Meghan Mckeown used to be a brilliant basketball player and is now a fantastic reporter. Her net worth is believed to be $500,000.00. Her salary as a reporter could range between $45,000 and $55,000. She has an exciting life and likes to travel with her friends and family. She is having a great time in Montana.

Quick Facts

Full Name Meghan Mckeown
First Name Meghan
Last Name Mckeown
Profession Sports Reporter
Nationality American
Birth City Fairfax, Virginia
Birth Country America
Father Name Joe McKeown
Mother Name Laura McKeown
Gender Identity Female
Sexual Orientation Straight
Marital Status Single
Networth 500000
Height 175 cm
Networth $500 k

Meghan Mckeown- Relationship, Boyfriend

Meghan Mckeown is not married right now. She appears to be single and unmarried. Meghan may, however, have plans to start dating soon if she meets her ideal match. She does, however, have a few male friends. She will eventually decide to settle down, so a wedding is not in the cards for the time being.

Trivia

  • Her exact birth date is not currently available. This makes determining her age extremely difficult. However, based on a wild guess, she may be younger than 30. According to some sources, she is 25 years old.
  • Her height is 5 ft. 9 in.
  • Her body measurements are excellent, though the exact figures are being determined.
  • Joe McKeown and Laura McKeown are her parents’ names.
  • Her father is the head coach of Northwestern’s women’s basketball team.
  • Meghan’s uncle, who played for Walsh College, is also a former basketball player.
  • Her journalism career began with an internship at Big Ten Network. It happened in the summer of 2012.
  • She appeared in 18 games during the 2010-2011 season, scoring a season-high five points. She accomplished this during a game versus Creighton.
  • She’s a member of Autism Speaks. She is a participant in the campaign and one with a mission.

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