Shannon Pettypiece Wiki
Shannon Pettypiece Biography
Shannon Pettypiece attended Lake Orion High School. She then attended the University of Michigan where she was a reporter and editor at the Michigan Daily, the university’s student-run newspaper. She graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in political science with a focus on Russia and the former-Soviet Union. Her mother is a teacher and her father is a woodworker.
Shannon Pettypiece Age
Shannon Pettypiece was born on June 10, 1981, in Lake Orion, Michigan, United States.
Shannon Pettypiece Family
Shannon Pettypiece was born in Lake Orion, Michigan, the United States to Doug Pettypiece (father) and Aileen Pettypiece (mother).
Shannon Pettypiece Husband
Shannon Pettypiece is married to Jason Fields in 2009.
Shannon Pettypiece Children
The couple has a son named Isaac.
Shannon Pettypiece Body measurements
Shannon Pettypiece stands at a height of 5 ft 7 in / 170 cm, she has a weight 148 lb / 67 kg.
|Breast/Bust size||37 in / 96 cm|
|Waist size||26 in / 68 cm|
|Hips size||36 in / 93 cm|
|Bra size||42D (US) / 95D (EU)|
|Cup size||D (US)|
Shannon Pettypiece Salary
Her salary is estimated to be between $10k to $50k per year.
Shannon Pettypiece Net worth
Shannon Pettypiece earns her income from her work as a journalist and from other related organizations. She also earns her income from the Awards industry and from other social and intergovernmental works. She has an estimated net worth of $ 1 million dollars.
Shannon Pettypiece Journalist
Shannon Pettypiece began her journalism career as an intern in The New York Times in Washington, D.C. She later worked as a stringer for The New York Times in Detroit. She eventually covers the local government for Miami Today News, health care and technology for Crain’s Cleveland Business. In 2006, she joined Bloomberg News in Washington covering the Food and Drug Administration.
She later moved to New York where she took over coverage of the pharmaceutical industry. She has also been a contributor to Bloomberg Businessweek. While at Bloomberg, she interviewed the chief executives of the world’s largest health care companies, Pfizer, Merck, GlaxoSmithKline, Bayer, and Eli Lilly.
Her reporting has taken her to China, where she went inside the Chinese hospitals, research labs, and homes for a four-part series on the country’s evolving health care system. In 2010, she became a correspondent for Bloomberg TV, covering the health care industry. She covers the White House for Bloomberg News.