Bri Winkler Bio, Age, Husband, Salary, Net Worth, Education, ABC7

Bri Winkler Bio – Wiki –

The southeastern Massachusett native meteorologist Bri Winkler, also works as a general assignment reporter for ABC7 Eyewitness News. She has created a big fan base and captured the hearts of the wide array of an audience with her news delivery.

Bri Winkler Age

Bri Winkler was born on 25 October in 1988 in southeastern Massachusett United States. She is 31 years old as of 2019.

Bri Winkler Height

She stands at the height of 5 feet 5 inches (1.67 meters).

Bri Winkler Salary and Net Worth

Bri Winkler receives over $ 120k U.S dollars annually salary and has an estimated net worth $500k U.S dollars. Credits to her successful career which has made her accumulate such a net worth.

Bri Winkler Husband

In 2017, Bri got engaged to her to-be husband. However, there is no news about them getting married yet. She is pursuing her studies which might also be the reason why she’s holding back from marriage.

Bri Winkler Education

Due to her love for science and meteorology since childhood years, Bri joined the University of Miami to pursue her dream as a meteorologist. Winkler graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in Marine and Atmospheric Science with a minor in Mathematics and Communications from the University of Miami.

Bri Winkler Career

After graduating, Winkler began her career at NBC-affiliated, TV station in Amarillo, Texas, KMAR-TV as a meteorologist and co-host. There, she made notable experiences while working with a show named, ‘Today in Amarillo,’ where she caught three tornadoes in her first chase.

Winkler left KMAR-TV in 2011 to join ABC7. She worked as a morning meteorologist for Eyewitness News and also made appearances in local radio shows including Good Morning America.

In July 2017, she left her position as a meteorologist from ABC7 temporarily to further her education. She is pursuing her master’s degree at the Bren School of Environmental Science & Management, University of California, Santa Barbara. Specializing in climate and energy, she joined the school in 2017.