Bonnie Lynn Bernstein is an American sports journalist and executive who has been able to make an imprint in the news industry as one of the most accomplished female sportscasters in history. This title to Bonnie was given by the American Sportscasters Association.
Bonnie who works for as a Vice-President and content developer for Campus Insiders has been able to accumulate a substantial amount of net worth throughout her career as a sportscaster.
Bonnie Lynn Bernstein Married
Talking about her personal life Bonnie has never been linked or caught by the rumors of dating anyone or having a boyfriend. She was a married woman, and she married not once but twice.
Bonnie was married to her husband, Roy Thornton. But the couple separated. After her separation with her him, Bonnie ended up tying knots with Grant Reynolds. Unfortunately, this relationship also didn’t last for very long due to their personal conflict of interest, and they ended up getting divorced.
At present, Bonnie is happily single as she dedicates her life to her profession. She might be looking to be with someone but as of now, Bonnie is taking time for herself and her career.
Bonnie Lynn Bernstein Bio
Bonnie Lynn Bernstein was born on 16 August 1970 in Brooklyn; New York. Bonnie who was born in a Jewish family grew up in Howell, New Jersey. She stands at an average height of 5 feet 4 inches.
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Bonnie who has a strong bond with her parents and family spends her spare time with them. Whether it is her birthday or weekends, she makes time for her beloved ones.
Bonnie Lynn Bernstein celebrates her pre-birthday with her family on 12 August 2017 (Photo: Bonnie Bernstein's Facebook)
Bonnie attended Howell High School for her education where she is still a member of the school’s hall of fame.
Bonnie then went to the University of Maryland where she graduated magna cum laude with a degree in broadcast journalism. She was a gymnast when she was young. Bonnie’s love and skill in gymnastics have made her a four-time Academic All America in gymnastics.
Bonnie has also received the Thomas M. Fields award for excellence in academics and athletics.
Bonnie Lynn Bernstein Career
At the beginning of her career, Bonnie spent three years climbing the local broadcast ladder, making a career as the news and sports director at WXJN-FM radio in Lewes, Delaware.
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In 1995 Bonnie first joined ESPN as its Chicago Bureau Chief where she covered Michael Jordan and Chicago Bulls` record-setting championship run from 1996–98.
She also served as a correspondent for College Gameday and Sunday NFL Countdown and filed reports for Sportscenter during the NCAA Women`s Basketball and Major League Baseball.
As of now, Bonnie freelances for ESPN, ESPNW, DirecTV and The Dan Patrick Show. She also serves as a guest commentator on several news networks, such as NBC, FOX News, and MSNBC. Bonnie hosts a quarterly television program called TerpVision showcasing the University and its notable alumni.
Bonnie who is a woman with an interest in charity and helping others, has worked in health and wellness sectors too helping different organizations.