Lisa Kerney is an American sportscaster best known for her work in ESPN sports. As of 2019, she co-anchors the Sports Center show. Similarly, she also worked for WCBS-TV, CBS 2 News This Morning, KING-TV, Northwest Sports Tonight Host. Kerney was awarded The Montana Standard 2005 People’s Choice Awards for Best Sports Reporter and Best TV Personality category.
Born Lisa Diane Gangel Kerney on 8th July 1981 in Kansas City, Missouri, the United States of America under the star sign Cancer. Similarly, she holds American nationality and belongs to the white ethnicity.
For her education, she went to St. Thomas Aquinas High School and graduated in May 2000. Lisa then enrolled in Lynn University and graduated with the major in broadcast communications.
Talking about her personal life, Lisa is a married woman. She has been married to the love of her life Patrick Kerney for a long time. The couple first met during the Seahawks press conference which Kerney was covering.
They became good friends and eventually ended up dating each other. The wedding ceremony took place in 2010 in the presence of family and friends.
The duo shares four children together and lives a blissful life. Lisa likes to spend quality time with her kids and often expresses her love for them via her Instagram.
Moving on to her earnings, Lisa has an estimated net worth of $1 million at present. Although she has not revealed her exact salary, she might be getting paid in six digits. Besides, she even earns a nice sum of money from her endorsements deals and sponsorships.
According to the sources, the average salary of an ESPN reporter ranges around $60,000 to $85,5000 annually. Thus, Lisa might be earning near $85,000 based on her experiences.
Talking about her husband, Patrick has a net worth of $14.8 million. He gathers his fortune from his athletic career. He played for Atlanta Falcons before moving to Seattle Seahawks.
To begin with her career, Lisa joined the ESPN in 2014 and served as a reporter till 27th April 2018. Prior to her career at ESPN, she even worked for the WCBS-TV located in New York.
Similarly, Lisa worked for five years at KING-TV in Seattle and as a weekend sports anchor and host in Northwest Sports Tonight.