Jennie Gow Biography 2022 - Journalist, Radio And Television Presenter

Jennie Gow Biography - Journalist, Radio And Television Presenter

Jennie Gow is an English radio and television presenter and journalist. Image Source: Jennie's Instagram.

Renowned as one of the sport's foremost media professionals, Jennie Gow is a journalist and a broadcaster. Jennie is currently presenting and reporting on Formula One for the BBC and also appeared on the popular Netflix series Drive to Survive.

Jennie is one of the few women working in such a challenging field. Hence let's learn more about this brave lady through this article.

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Has Kept Her Family's Information Private

Jennie Gow was born on May 20, 1977, in Southampton, Hampshire, England. The TV presenter seems to be pretty close with her family members as she shows her gratitude towards them through her social media profile. However, there is no such information available about Jennie Gow's parents in the media.

Similarly, it is unclear if the radio host is the only child of her father and mother. As, no other details about Jennie Gow's siblings are also available on the internet. For her education, the sports journalist completed her education at Piggot School, Wargrave. Jennie also enjoys cooking, politics, and animals in addition to sports.

Jennie Gow Net Worth And Career

Initially, Jennie worked at BBC as a presenter in 2010. However, she served there for less than a year. As Jennie landed her next job at Sky Television. She worked there for four years. Following that the reporter again joined the BBC network but this time as a TV and Radio Presenter. 

Having been working for a whole year, she again shifted her workplace to ESPN. The sports journalist served at ESPN for five years, from 2016 to 2021. As of now, the media personality has been working for BBC Radio 5 Live as an F1 Pit Lane Reporter.

Speaking of the wages, then the average income for a BBC Journalist is $59K. However, at the mentioned news network, journalist salaries can range from $49K to $62K. Hence we wonder if Jennie Gow's annual salary also lies in mid of these ranges.

Jennie has also taken on a new challenge as co-lead commentator for the brand new Extreme E racing series. The program is promoted as "the racing series with a heart" since it focuses on outstanding racing and environmental consciousness.

For the records, Jennie Gow has presented the Jersey Rally, the ThunderSport GB bike series, Motocross, and Speedway. She has also co-commentated on the Speedway and World Longtrack Championships. Moreover, she has also done radio work and has covered other sports.

Jennie's success in broadcasting, combined with her warm, audience-friendly presentation style, distinguishes her as a top-notch event host, speaker, and moderator. 

Hence, we can presume Jennie Gow's net worth also to be as noteworthy as her presentation style is.

Is An Ambassador For The FIA Girls On Track Programme

Jennie has taught girls and young women eager to learn from her achievements by setting a tremendous example for the cause of Women in Sport. This has included serving as an ambassador for the FIA Girls on Track program. The radio host has also developed her own Webinar series to inspire people to pursue careers in Motorsport Media.

The sports journalist has presented a number of documentaries, which she has always been passionate about. For Jennie's work on the BBC's James Hunt special, the TV presenter was nominated for the SJA's 'Best Radio Documentary of the Year.'

Jennie Gow net worth

The documentary presented by Jennie Gow was nominated for SJA's 'Best Radio Documentary of the Year.' Image Source: Jennie's Instagram.

Moreover, the English reporter received critical acclaim for producing and presenting a BBC documentary that sparked a national conversation on grid girls. After getting motivated from that, Jennie is currently working on a number of other projects. So, it won't be a surprise if we see a significant rise in Jennie Gow's net worth in the coming days.

Similarly, read about Natalie Pinkham, another woman who is currently working as an F1 pit lane reporter.

Is Married To Video Producer Jamie Coley

Along with her successful career ventures, the journalist is also a married woman. Jennie Gow's husband, Jamie Coley is Sky Sports F1's video producer. We loved the fact that both the husband and wife duo are working in the motorsport industry. Though the exact date of the duo's wedding is not available in the public domain, we do know that the pair is one loving couple.

Jennie Gow husband Jamie Coley

Jennie Gow is married to her husband, Jamie Coley. Image Source: Jennie's Instagram.

Since they both are related to the same industry, no doubt Jennie and Jamie would share the same interests as well. Hence, we hope the lovebirds' marital life will always blossom as they are having now.

Jennie Is A Mother Of One

Jennie's husband Jamie shared the wonderful news of the arrival of a little one in their family through his Twitter. The couple looked very proud and happy to see the new family member.

Jamie and Jennie Gow's daughter was born in September 2016. The couple named their child Isabelle Coley.

Jennie Gow daughter Isabelle Coley

Jennie Gow is a proud mother of her beautiful daughter Isabelle Coley. Image Source: Jennie's Instagram.

As time flies very fast, the reporter's daughter is also growing up fast. The little one now likes to play with the cars her mother has a collection of. Moreover, little Isabelle is as adorable as her media personality mother.

The amazing lady is dedicated, professional, and has a passion for all she does with significant experience. Moreover, Jennie has a real talent in everything she does, whether it's presenting, reporting, voice-overs, or hosting events. Needless to say, she is a doting mother and a loving wife at that.

Trivia

  • She ran the London Marathon with pride, raising thousands of pounds for ChildLine.
  • Jennie has 10.3K followers on her Instagram account.

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