Pamela Gardner NECN, Weather, NBC, Bio, Age, Weight Loss, Husband, Height, Salary and Net Worth

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Pamela Gardner Biography and Wiki

Pamela Gardner is an American meteorologist and anchor currently working meteorologist at NBC10 and NECN based in Boston, Massachusetts. Before joining WBZ-TV, she appeared on several national broadcasts including CBS Evening News. She also served as the weekend evening meteorologist at WISH-TV in Indianapolis, Indiana.

Pamela Gardner Education

Pamela graduated from Ball State University with a bachelor’s degree in telecommunication. Later, she received a Broadcast Meteorologist Certificate from Mississippi State University. READ: Janice Huff 

Pamela Gardner Age and Birthday

How old is Pamela? Gardner is 32 years old as of 2024. She was born on March 28, 1992, in Indianapolis, Indiana, United States. Her birthday is celebrated on 28th March every year. Her zodiac birth sign is Aries.

Pamela Gardner Height

How tall is Pamela? Garner stands at a height of 5 feet 8 inches. She also maintains an average body weight of around 55 kilograms (121 lbs).

Pamela Gardner Nationality

Pamela holds American nationality and citizenship by birth. She was born and brought up in  Indianapolis, Indiana, United States. Thus, she is of white ethnicity/heritage. RELATED: Roslyn Giles

Pamela Gardner Wedding | Husband

Is Pamela married? Garner is married to her husband, Max Clemons II.  The couple tied the knot in a simple wedding ceremony that was attended by close friends and family in Indiana. Pamela is known for keeping her personal life all to herself. Nevertheless, she shared her pregnancy journey with fans and followers on social media. Pamela and Max are blessed with one son. One year ago, the couple lost their first-born baby.

Pamela Gardner Baby

Pamela welcomed her first baby boy, Maddox Alexander on January 30, 2020. Unfortunately, Maddox did not make it that day. Pamela disclosed to the public that her firstborn baby died the same day he was born. In mid-2020, Gardner shared some exciting news that was pregnant again.

On May 7, 2021, Pamela and her husband welcomed a healthy bouncing baby boy named Julian Alexander. This is one year after the passing of Maddox. Pamela took to her Instagram account to express how she is happy and so grateful to God that Alexander made it.

Pamela Gardner Net Worth

Pamela is an American Meteorologist who has an estimated net worth of around $2 million. RELATED: Stacey Bell

Pamela Gardner Salary

Pamela working as an AMS-certified Meteorologist for NBC 10 based in Boston, Massachusetts earns an estimated annual salary ranging from $56,500 – $120,000.

Pamela Gardner NBC 10 Boston and NECN

Pamela became a part of NBC10 Boston and NECN in December 2018, where she currently anchors the weekday broadcasts on NBC at 11 am. Additionally, she delivers weather segments at 4 and 5 p.m. She also contributes to NECN’s afternoon and evening programs.

Before joining NBC10 Boston and NECN, Pamela worked at WBZ-TV and made appearances on various national broadcasts, including CBS Evening News. Prior to that, she served as the weekend evening meteorologist at WISH-TV in Indianapolis, Indiana. Her meteorology career began at WTHI-TV in Terre Haute, Indiana, where she started as the weekend meteorologist right after college and later became the weekday morning meteorologist. RELATED: Harmony Mendoza

Pamela initiated her career at WIPB-TV in Muncie, Indiana. During her time there, she received a nomination for her first professional regional Emmy Award while still in college. She has since been nominated for several New England Emmys, particularly in the category of Weather-Anchor.

In 2016, Pamela earned the Seal of Approval from the National Weather Association, and she continually pursues education to maintain that distinction. Her expertise in severe thunderstorms and tornadoes eventually led her to Norman, Oklahoma. In 2017, she became the first female and the first New England representative to participate in the Hazardous Weather Testbed, called FACETs (Forecasting a Continuum of Environmental Threats). This program aimed to support the National Weather Service in implementing a new probability-based tornado and severe thunderstorm warning system.

In 2018, Pamela was invited back to the National Weather Service to collaborate on experimental work involving the GOES-R satellite technology for severe weather warnings. Throughout her career, she has traveled extensively across the Midwest and New England, sharing her passion for forecasting with schoolchildren.