Cari Champion is an American journalist and writer who works with ESPN. She is one of the few female African-American hosts who work with ESPN and currently hosts her show titled The Cari Champion Show on Amazon Prime Video Sports Talk. This page will explore her education, biography, career, and other aspects of her life.
Cari Champion Biography
She was born to Dylan and Mariah Champion on June 01, 1978, in Pasadena, California, USA. She is of African descent and has two younger brothers and an elder sister. We gathered details about her parents or siblings, but this page will be updated once we can do that.
Many have asked if the beautiful journalist has a man in her life, and the answer is no, though there have been speculations that she was dating Ryen Russillo; however, none of them confirmed this.
Cari Champion Education
She attended a high school around California before moving to the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA), where she majored in English and minored in Mass Communication.
Cari Champion Career
While still schooling, she wrote for the Daily Bruin and did her internship at CNN. Before joining ESPN in 2012, she worked with Orange County News channel as a reporter, but she later joined WPTV-TV that same year.
One of the downs of her career was when she worked with WGCL-TV. Cari Champion was fired for profanity on air. However, she was rehired after appealing this decision.
In October 2012, she joined ESPN as a Hot/Moderator for the show First Take. She currently hosts the show Sports Nation, but before then, she was an anchor for Sports Center for over three years.
Cari Champion’s Net worth
She is a devoted journalist and has had the passion since childhood. According to ThrillNG, she has an estimated net worth of $2million.