ESPN play-by-play commentator Tiffany Greene covers the collegiate sports like NBA, volleyball, and football. She is a first African-American woman to serve as a college football commentator on ESPN.
Tiffany is a member of the 'National Association of Black Journalists' and commenced her journalism career as a reporter of WJCL/WTGS in 2004.
Tiffany's Salary On ESPN!
Tiffany joined ESPN as a college football sideline reporter in 2012 and currently serves as a play-by-play commentator. According to indeed.com, ESPN associates collect an average salary of $37,178 per year and the employee working as a producer earns an average of $73,862 annually. As a first African-American woman to serve a college football commentator on ESPN, Tiffany is amassing some decent amount of fortunes.
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Before ESPN, she worked at Bright House Sports Network in the Orlando as a play-by-play announcer and sports reporter. On Fox Sports 1, she announced the inaugural season of BIG EAST women’s basketball.
Tiffany Greene's Husband, Wedding, Son!
Tampa native Tiffany is married to her high-school sweetheart Aaron Berry. Within a short period of the couple's wedding in 2015, the ESPN commentator needed to stay away from Aaron due to her tight schedules. She got assigned for the new role in ESPN during December 2015 which led her to meet her husband for four or five days a week. Tiffany admitted that she was trying to find the balance between her work and family.
The couple is parents to their son Bryson Berry. Due to Tiffany's busy schedules, she envies her little son's carefree nature at his young age. Tiffany shared the photo of her adorable son in July 2018 and said that she wants to be like her son who plays squat for half of the day. Further, she implied it as her fitness goal with a hashtag.
Tiffany Greene with her husband Aaron Berry and their son Bryson Berry (Photo: tallahassee.com)
The family prefers to attend several games and events. The first African-American ESPN college football commentator with her son and husband participated in an exhibition at FAMU campus in 2018. They were joined by Tifanny's parents Dayle and Patsy Greene who are the members of the FAMU class of 1972.
Short Bio And Wiki
Tiffany Greene, who was born in Tampa to her parents Dayle and Patsy Greene, celebrates her birthday on 15 December. In her family, her father Dayle is one of the first black anchor/reporters of Tampa Bay area. He received honor from Tampa Bay Association of Black Journalists for his works in November 2016.
Tiffany stands at the casual height and holds American nationality. As a first African-American woman, Tiffany serves play-by-play as a commentator on ESPN network. As per wiki, she graduated from the Florida A&M University with a Bachelor’s degree in Broadcast Journalism.