Jamie Hersch Age
Jamie Hersch was born on May 25, 1987. Hersch was brought up in Champlin, Minnesota.
Jamie Hersch Husband
She is married to her college sweetheart named Matt Q. Burkhard. They got engaged in 2011 and tied the knot in June 2012.
Jamie Hersch Height
Jamie is of average height as she is 5 feet 6 inches tall (1.6m).
Jamie Hersch Net Worth
She has an estimated net worth of $1.5 Million.
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Jamie Hersch Biography
Jamie Hersch (born May 25, 1987) is an American writer for the NHL Network and the MLB Network, where she has the NHL Network show On the Fly and on an event, the MLB Network forms Quick Pitch.
Hersch was brought up in Champlin, Minnesota, where she invested energy in figure skating. Her mother was a discourse/language pathologist with the Anoka-Hennepin school area’s initial mediation program.
Hersch was first too keen on communicating by watching Michele Tafoya on Monday Night Football. Hersch began covering games in secondary school. She moved on from Champlin Park High School in 2005. She moved on from the University of Southern California magna cum laude in 2009.
While at USC, Hersch covered the USC athletic groups, had various situations at the grounds TV Station, and was in the third spot in the 2009 Hearst Broadcast Competition winning 1,000 dollars.
Jamie Hersch NHL and MLB Network
Hersch began her vocation in WKOW-TV in Madison, Wisconsin. Then, at that point in 2013, returned home when she employed by Fox Sports North (presently Bally Sports North) to cover the Minnesota Twins and Minnesota Wild.
During her experience with Fox Sports North, Hersch made a trip to Kuwait to cover a few previous NHL players who carried hockey to the American soldiers serving abroad.
They went through a few days living at Camp Buehring with the fighters while running hockey abilities centers and playing floor hockey games on the base.
In 2015, when the MLB Network and the NHL Network matched up, she joined the organizations. She additionally invested some energy covering sports for the Big Ten Network.