Sheinelle Jones Net Worth, Salary, Bio, Age, Husband, Height, Today Show and Family

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Sheinelle Jones Biography | Wiki

Sheinelle Jones is an American journalist currently working as a co-anchor of NBC News’ “Weekend TODAY” and a co-host of 3rd Hour, TODAY. She is also the host of Through Mom’s Eyes, a new digital series for TODAY and co-hosts Off the Rails, a Sirius XM radio show with NBC’s Al Roker and Dylan Dreyer.

Sheinelle Jones Education

Sheinelle studied at Wichita Brooks Middle Magnet School and Wichita Heights High School. She then attended and graduated from Northwestern University’s Medill School of Journalism with a bachelor’s degree in broadcast journalism and Spanish.

Sheinelle Jones Age and Birthday

How old is Sheinelle? Sheinelle is 45 years old as of 2023. She was born Sheinelle Marie Jones on April 19, 1978, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States of America. She celebrates her birthday on 19th April of every year. READ: Craig Melvin

Sheinelle Jones Nationality and Ethnicity

Sheinelle holds American nationality and citizenship by birth. She was born and raised in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States. She belongs to the African-American ethnicity/heritage/ancestry.

Sheinelle Jones Family | Parents

Jones is the daughter of (mother) Evelyn A. Williams and (father) C. Darnell Jones II, a United States District Judge of the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania.

Sheinelle Jones Siblings

Sheinelle is the only child to her parents (mother) Evelyn A. Williams and (father) C. Darnell Jones II.

Sheinelle Jones Husband

Jones is married to her husband Uche Ojeh. The couple tied the knot in 2017 in the Lake Como region of Italy. The couple met while at Northwestern University where the two were college sweethearts.

Sheinelle Jones Children | Twins

Sheinelle and her husband are proud parents of three children, first-born son, Kayin Ojeh, and twins, daughter Clara Josephine Ojeh and son, Uche Ojeh. The family lives in Manhattan, New York.

Sheinelle Jones Salary

Sheinelle as a co-anchor and co-host at NBC News earns an annual estimated salary of $1 million.

Sheinelle Jones Surgery

On February 24, 2020, Sheinelle underwent surgery to remove a lesion from her vocal cord, and she wasn’t allowed to talk for a few weeks after the procedure. RELATED: Mickey Ferguson

On March 27, 2020, Jones posted a video update on her social media account from home and revealing that she is talking again after her vocal cord surgery. Her voice is starting to come back but she sounded upbeat during her latest video message. She added that she is easing back into things by doing a 30-minute talk, and then 30 minutes not talking.

Sheinelle Jones Height and Measurements

How tall is Sheinelle? Jones stands at a height of 5 feet (1.5 m) and maintains a body weight of 119 lbs (54 kg). More information regarding her other body measurements is currently under review.

Sheinelle Jones Net Worth

Sheinelle as an accomplished American journalist, anchor, and host has a net worth of $23 million.

Sheinelle Jones NBC News | TODAY Show

Jones is a co-anchor of NBC News’ “Weekend TODAY” and a co-host of 3rd Hour, TODAY. She is additionally the host of Through Mom’s Eyes, a new digital series for TODAY and co-hosts “Off the Rails,” a Sirius XM radio show with NBC’s Al Roker and Dylan Dreyer.

Since joining TODAY in October 2014, Jones has covered breaking news occasions, and an assortment of human intrigue stories, including the 50th commemoration of “Grisly Sunday” in Selma, Alabama; Ryan Ferguson, a youngster who went through 10 years in jail for a wrongdoing he didn’t commit; and countless interviews with remarkable figures and superstars. You’ll likewise observe her trademark energy on honorary pathways including the Academy Awards, Golden Globes, and Grammy Awards.

Jones is likewise a contributor to the TODAY Parenting Team, a multi-stage community where she shares about her life as a “performing various tasks mother” and connects with watchers around the country. RELATED: Sarah Magusara

Before joining TODAY, Jones filled in as co-host of FOX’s Emmy Award-winning morning show “Great Day Philadelphia” where she reported nearby, national and universal features. She additionally interviewed various eminent lawmakers and superstars, from Senator Barack Obama and Senator Hillary Clinton to Halle Berry, Kevin Hart, and Martin Sheen. She started at “Great Day” in July 2005 as a general task reporter for communication.

During her time in Philadelphia, Jones was recognized for her contribution to kids and youth associations. She additionally got announcements from the city of Philadelphia and the conditions of Pennsylvania and Delaware referring to her work as a writer and volunteer.

Jones joined FOX Philadelphia from the FOX Tulsa, Oklahoma partner KOKI, where she filled in as a nightly anchorperson and reporter. During her time there, Jones was granted and regarded by the National Association of Black Journalists and the Oklahoma Chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists. Jones started her vocation as a morning anchor and reporter for WICS-TV in Springfield, Illinois.

She is an individual from the National Association of Black Journalists, Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc., and The Links Inc., a global gathering of ladies given to improving the lives of families in their communities. Jones, who comes from a group of teachers, takes an exceptional enthusiasm for exercises including instruction.

Sheinelle Jones Earrings

Jones likes to wear silver cutout drop earrings and mostly on this week’s episode of The Today Show: 3rd Hour.

What You Should Know About Sheinelle Jones

  • Full Name: Sheinelle Marie Jones
  • Age: 45 years old as of 2023
  • Date of Birth: April 19, 1978
  • Place of Birth: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
  • Husband: Uche Ojeh
  • Children: Kayin Ojeh (Twins) Clara Josephine Ojeh and Uche Ojeh
  • Height: 5 feet (1.5 m)
  • Weight: 119 lbs (54 kg)
  • Hair: Black
  • Education: Northwestern University’s Medill School of Journalism