Jericka Duncan Wiki
Jericka Duncan is an American journalist from New York currently working as a national TV news correspondent for CBS News in New York City.
Jericka Duncan Biography
She went to Oh University where she graduated with a degree of Bachelor of Arts in communication. Jericka began her career as an anchor and reporter for the WEYM-TV. Later she joined the WIVB TV a CBS-affiliated television where she covered major events which led her to heightened fame. Her work there won her an Emmy Award in the category of Best Morning show as well as the Best News Coverage.
Jericka Duncan CBS News
Later in 2013 She joined the CBS News . Jericka has been known for her broadcasting and reporting skills on the CBS News. She has over time covered the national stories like the shooting deaths of marines as hell as the U.S. Women;’s National Soccer Team. She also covered the historic snow storms in Boston as well as the D-Day anniversary.
Jericka Duncan Age
Jericka was born on 12th August 1983. She is 39 years old.
Jericka Duncan Family
She was born to Ronnie Duncan. More information about her mother is not available at this moment. However, we shall update it as soon as possible.
Jericka Duncan Husband
It was believed that she had been dating Dray Clark a reporter at WABC New York.
Jericka Duncan Height
She is 5 feet 7 inches tall.
Jericka Duncan Salary Range
Jericka makes a total of $45000 per year.
Jericka Duncan Net Worth Range
She has an estimated net worth of $1 million.
Jericka Duncan Track and Field
She was on the basketball team and the track and field team. In college, Duncan continued to run track & field and was captain of the track team. Jericka he received the NAACP Image Award of Athletics in 2005.
Jericka Duncan Bathing Suit and Feet
There are no photos of her in bathing suit and one that shows her feet.
Jeff Fager and Jericka Duncan Text Messages
In 2018, Jeff Fager was fired as executive producer of 60 Minutes after it was revealed that he sent Duncan threatening text messages. Duncan exposed these text messages in September 2018. Fager had been accused of sexual harassment by several women who worked for him.
When Fager was fired, Duncan was met with support from CBS coworkers Gayle King, Norah O’Donnell and John Dickerson. She was praised for taking a stand and revealing and reading aloud the text messages sent from Fager. A short time afterward, the Buffalo Association of Black Journalists announced Duncan as a leading speaker at one of their events titled “Social Media and Reporting on Race”.
When CBS Evening News anchor Jeff Glor was in the midst of covering Hurricane Florence as he said to Duncan, “You have done great work. It’s difficult enough without dealing with this. That message was unacceptable. I think it’s important for you to know, for everyone to know back there, that I, we, the entire team at Evening News supports you 100 percent.