Sarah Spain is an award-winning journalist, writer, producer, columnist, and radio host who works with ESPN Greater Chicago Area. In addition to being a journalist, she is also the minority owner of Chicago Red Stars, a female soccer club based in Bridgeview, Illinois. Right on this page, we will explore her education, biography, career, and other details.
Sarah Spain Biography
Sarah Colby Spain was born to Rick and Nancy Spain on August 18, 1980, in Cleveland, Ohio, U.S.. She has a sister named Katie, whom much is not known about.
Many have asked who her spouse is, and SEED would love to inform its readers that she is happily married to Brad Zeitung, with whom she tied the knot after dating for a long time. According to BiographyMask, they tied the knot on May 29, 2016, after courting for over six years.
Sarah and her husband, Brad, have no children together, but this page will be updated immediately once they do.
Sarah Spain Education
The name of the high school she attended was Lake Forest High School, situated in Illinois, before she proceeded to Cornell University, where she graduated with a B.A. in English. During her time at the University, she scooped a lot of awards.
Sarah Spain Career
Sarah Spain’s career started at Sparknotes, where she worked as a Freelancer; at the same time, she also worked at The Jim Henson Company as a Public Relations Intern. After three months, she moved to Intersport Television in October 2002 to work as an Office Manager and Communications Assistant.
She would later continue her career by joining RBI Communications as an Account Coordinator, a position she maintained for over a year. Sarah joined FoxSports in August 2005 and worked as an Associate Producer for The Final Score before joining Big Ten Network.
In February 2008, Sarah joined the Chicago Media Tribune Group as a Freelance Writer and left in 2010 to join ESPN Radio as a Sportscenter Anchor and host at ESPN 1000. She also worked as a Writer for ESPNW.
Sarah Spain’s Net worth
Sarah has an estimated net worth of $1million, most of it coming from her journalism career.