Who is Jasmine Brooks?
Jasmine Brooks is an American journalist working at CBS21 WHP-TV in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania as a News Anchor. She has worked at the TV station since joining in June 2017. Brooks is dedicated to speaking for the people of Central Pennsylvania as the anchor of the Emmy award-winning “Best Evening Newscast.”
Jasmine Brooks Age, Birthday
Jasmine Brooks is probably in her mid-30s. It is difficult to determine her exact age and when she was born due to her secretive nature. This segment will be updated as soon as her age becomes available.
Jasmine Brooks Height and Weight
Brooks stands at a height of 5 feet 6 inches, about 1.68 meters tall. She is also about 68 kg. She’s also got black hair and hazel-brown eyes.
Jasmine Brooks Education
Brooks earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Mass Communication and Mass Media Studies from the Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania.
Jasmine Brooks Family
Brooks was born and raised in the United States by her parents. However, she has not shared any information regarding her parents. This section however is under review and will be updated soon.
There is no information about her childhood or siblings. This section shall be updated soon.
Jasmine Brooks Husband, Children
Brooks is married to her husband Justin Jaworski. In their marriage, Brook and her husband are blessed with two children, London Leigh who was born in 2019 and Lucia Grace was born in August 2021.
Jasmine Brooks’s New Baby
Brooks and her husband announced that she was pregnant with baby number two in March 2021. Their daughter Lucia Grace was born in August 2021. She came weighing 7lbs 12oz.
Brooks Salary and Net worth
Brooks earns an annual salary of $70,243. She has an estimated net worth of $ 200k as a journalist.
Jasmine Brooks CBS 21 News
Brook began her career as a news reporter at PBC Radio station in Pottsville, Pennsylvania, where she worked for a year. She then joined the CBS 21 News crew in 2017. She is dedicated to speaking for the people of Central Pennsylvania as the anchor of the Emmy award-winning “Best Evening Newscast.”
Brooks has also deepened her dedication to the people of Central Pennsylvania by covering Two presidential elections, as well as incredible stories of compassion and heroism throughout the worldwide epidemic. “Women at Work,” is her franchise, that celebrates the achievements of local women and encourages others to do the same.
Her most daring job was covering the Summer Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro for national television broadcasters. At Eyewitness News in Wilkes-Barre, PA, she had the honor of anchoring the morning news and hosting a lifestyle show.
Her most daring job was covering the Summer Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro for national television broadcasters. Brooks worked as a news reporter for SSPTV in Hazleton, Pennsylvania, between 2011 and 2012. She also worked as a news reporter for PBC Radio in Pottsville, Pennsylvania between 2010 and 2011.