If you are a regular viewer of ESPN, you might know about Lisa Salters. She has been working for ESPN for 16 years now. Salters is the great sports anchor who has covered many epic stories such as FIFA World Cup 2002 and Winter Olympics 2006. If you may, she is the former basketball player (collegiate).
She has covered various news including the 1998 Winter Olympics in Nagano, Japan, O.J. Simpson civil and criminal trials, and more.
Lisa Salters Married, Husband, Divorce, Son!
The sideline reporter for Monday Night Football, Lisa Salters' married life has been a subject of speculation on her Twitter handle. Some of her fans even pull shenanigans to this lady that they wanted to be her husband. However, as of January 2019, Lisa has yet to get married. So, there is no news about her divorce.
The unmarried lady, Lisa has adopted a son in her family named Samuel and is residing with him in Baltimore. While talking about him on social media, she often feels proud, and in February 2018, the journalist shared a snapshot with her five-year-old son on her Facebook.
Lisa Salters with her son Samuel in February 2018 (Photo: Facebook)
For the Pennsylvania State University alum, the adoption of Samuel was the best thing that happened in her life. Back in January 2014, she arrived at the studio of The Baltimore Sun and proudly gushed about her son Samuel. The ESPN reporter affirmed that her son is someone that is more important than her.
How Much Is Lisa Salters' Salary And Net Worth?
American journalist Lisa, age 52, savors the hefty net worth of $2 million. As per Careerbliss, an ESPN reporter earns an average salary of $85,000 per year. Since 2000, she is serving with ESPN and currently works as the sideline reporter for Monday Night Football. She is also a sideline reporter for ESPN's coverage of the NBA on ABC.
Before she joined with ESPN family, she worked for ABC. She worked there as a correspondent from 1995 to 2000. She got a chance to cover some popular stories such as Oklahoma City Bombing and O.J. Simpson. But that’s not all. Salters started her journalism career from 1988 at WBAL-TV as a reporter. In her successful journalism career, she has not only gained the name from sports anchoring but also other reports. She is the one who covered the reports from the Middle East for ESPN.
Short Bio And Wiki
Born on 6 March 1996, Lisa Salters is a native of King of Prussia, Pennsylvania. The African-American journalist stands at the height of 5 feet 2 inches and holds American nationality. In 1998, she graduated with a bachelor’s degree in broadcast journalism from Pennsylvania State University. As per wiki, Lisa has broadcasted live from Camp Arifijan.