Serena Winters Biography
Serena Winters is an American sports journalist based in Orange County, California. She is the host of The Bridge, a daily prime time sports TV show, airing on NBC Sports Northwest. Prior to joining Lakers Nation as a reporter she was doing a lot of different jobs to keep herself busy like valeting cars at Hyatt in Newport, tutoring children and traveling to Santa Barbara to co-host a show.
Serena Winters Age
She was born on September 27, 1988 she is 30 years old as of 2018.
Serena Winters Early Life|Education
Originally, from Orange County, Serena completed her studies from University of California, Santa Barbara. She has a Bachelors degree in Communication, Exercise and Sports Studies – Sports Management (2006 to 2010). Winter’s goal in life is to fulfill her dream of becoming a successful sports broadcaster.
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Serena Winters Career
Serena began her new job as co-host at NBC Sports in January 2018 for their show called The Bridge , which is a daily one-hour talk show dealing with everything connected to sports, pop-culture and lifestyle. Prior to that she was a reporter for the Los Angeles Lakers with Lakers Nation. Having spent around 6 years (April 2012 to 2018) with Lakers, she has done it all ranging from cheesy webcam reports (in her own words) to green screen reports after the match to interviews featuring awesome fans.
Serena co-hosted and co-produced a live one hour show based on sports news and entertainment for Sports Talk 805. (July 2011 to August 2012) As an intern, she had quite a lot of exposure having worked with numerous organizations such as KCSB-FM RADIO in Santa Barbara, FUEL TV, ESPN among many others.
Serena’s Net Worth
Her current net worth is still under review, we will update this information soon.
Serena Winters Married|Husband
There is no confirmed information whether she is married or not. This information will be updated soon.
Serena Winters NBC Sports
Serena came to the NBC Sports Philadelphia via NBC Sports Northwest, where she hosted ‘The Bridge,’ a daily prime time sports TV show. Prior to her roles with NBC, she was the lead reporter for Lakers Nation and part of the on-air talent team at Spectrum SportsNet.