Ramona Shelburne is a journalist who works with ESPN Los Angeles as a Columnist. She played Softball in high school and was awarded L.A. City Softball Co-Player of the Year in 1999. We will explore her education, age, biography, career, and other aspects on this page.
Ramona Shelburne Biography
She was born on July 19, 1979, in Los Angeles, California, USA, to James and Jeanette Shelburne, who are of Jewish descent. Her mom worked as a Screenwriter for children’s animated Television shows.
She has no information about her siblings and has not disclosed any information about them online. Ramona is happily married to Nevin Barich, a former co-worker at Los Angeles Daily News, and together, the couple have a son named Daniel Charlie Barich.
Ramona Shelburne Education
Ramona attended El Camino Real High School in Woodland Hills before proceeding to Standford University, where she earned a bachelor’s degree in American Studies and a Master’s degree in Communication.
Ramona Shelburne Career
Ramona began her career at Los Angeles Daily News in 2002, where she worked as a Sports Columnist till 2009 before moving to ESPN, where she works to date.
Ramona Shelburne’s Net worth
Her net worth is around $1.5million, according to Factsbuddy.