Who is Healther Dinich?
Healthier Dinich is an American sports journalist, sports content writer and reporter for ESPN Sports. She began to work for ESPN in 2007. Healthier Dinich writes for the College Football Playoff (CFP) for ESPN. Dinich has also contributed to various TV programs like “Mike & Mike” and “ESPN First Take”.
Personal Information on Healther Dinich
|Full Name||Healther Dinich|
|Date of Birth||1974, October 25|
|Age||45 years old|
|Birth Nation||The United States of America|
|Birth Place||Indiana, U.S.|
|Father’s Name||Dave Dinich|
|Mother’s Name||Carol Dinich|
|Education (School / University)||Pottsville Area School / Indiana University|
|Profession||Journalist / Sports Writer|
|Net Worth||$2 Million|
|Social Media||Instagram / Twitter|
|Height||5 Feet 7 Inches|
Healther Dinich Age | Birthday
Healther Dinich was born on the 25th of October 1974 in Indiana, the United States. Healther is an American and her ethnicity is White. Dinich’s age is 45 years old as of now and soon to be forty-six on her birthday 25th October, this year.
Healthier Dinich Physical Appearance
Height (in feet / inches): 5 feet 7 inches
Hair Color: Black
Eye Color: Black
Healther Dinich: Parents, Education
Healther Dinich was born to her father, Dave Dinich, and her mother, Carol Dinich. Her father was a sports enthusiast, so she grew up developing her determinations towards sports and reporting. She grew up together with her two siblings.
Healthier Dinich completed her high school in 1977 from Pottsville Area School. After that, she gained a degree in journalism from Indiana University. She completed her graduate-level education in 2001.
Healthier Dinich’s Early Career
Healther Dinich began her career as an intern at The Washington Post. There she worked for two years as a reporter. She wrote an article on a famous basketball coach, Bobby Knight including his fired story during her internship period. After that, in 2002 she joined the Centre Daily Times as a reporter. She worked for two years at the Centre Daily Times. Later, Healther got a chance to join a job at Baltimore Sun. She worked there as a sports journalist for three years. There she reported about games like football and basketball from the University of Maryland.
Healther Dinich’s Journey in ESPN
After three years of her journey in the Baltimore Sun, Healther Dinich joined ESPN in 2007. She began her career in ESPN as a college football reporter. Later she became a senior author on the site. She also began her own blog as a part of ESPN. Presently, she covers news on the College Football Playoff. After working for six years, Healther Dinich has made a promotion to ESPN television. She has contributed to ESPN GameDay Radio, Sports Center, and the Championship Drive during the sports season. During her work, she has been moving to various places to cover several games and news.
Healther Dinich’s Husband, Children
Healther Dinich married to her longtime boyfriend, John Dutton. They have three children together named John Jr, Ben Jamin, and William. Currently, she is living in Annapolis, Maryland along with her family.
Healther Dinich’s Net Worth
Healther Dinich is a successful sports journalist. She has been working for ESPN since 2007. Healther Dinich’s estimated net worth is to be around $3 million. And her annual income is estimated close to $100,000. She earns greater money from her profession.
Net worth (approx.):$3 Million
Salary (annual): $100,000
Healther Dinich’s Social Media Accounts
Facebook: Healther Dinich
More Facts on Healther Dinich
- Healther Dinich is a member of the AWSM – Association for Women in Sports Media.
- Healther Dinich is a professional teacher at the University of Maryland.
- In 2009, Healther was All – America Committee member of Football Writer’s Association of America.
- She is the host of the program “Championship Drive”.
- Healther Dinich is a media ambassador for Nike Sports.