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Jo Healy【 Wikipedia 】Parents, Age, Bio, Partner, Married, Husband

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Name Jo Healy
Birthday / Age / Date of Birth / How old is Jo Healy As of 2024, she seems to be in her early thirties.
Wedding & Marriage / Husband / Spouse / Partner Married. Check the full bio for relationship details.
Children / No. of Kids None
Ethnicity / Origin / Heritage / Race White
Nationality Australian
Is Jo Healy related to Ian Healy? Ian Healy, the former Australian wicketkeeper is related to Alyssa Healy (she is her niece). However, he does not seem to be related in any way to Jo.
Wiki Biography / Profile Background

Introduction :

  • Jo Healy is a sports commentator, producer, reporter, and voice-over artist from Sydney, Australia.
  • A charming, talented, and charismatic individual, Jo puts a lot of effort into her work but never forgets to take some time off for herself and her family.

Personal Life, Parents and Family Details :

  • Jo is originally from Australia but has spent some time living abroad because of her work.
  • Her full name is Joanna Grace Healy.
  • She is married to a man named Ross who features a lot on Jo’s Instagram. The couple tied the knot in 2019 in a beautiful beach ceremony.
  • Jo is an avid coffee drinker, a traveller, a wine enthusiast, and an Oreo lover.

Education : Qualifications, High School & College Info

  • Healy graduated from Heathfield High School (located in Adelaide Hills) in 2005.
  • She attended the University of South Australia and graduated in 2011 with a Bachelor of Arts in International Studies and Journalism.
  • She also has a Master of Arts Degree in Journalism from the City, University of London.

Career, Job, Salary and Net Worth :

  • Healy’s career began in 2012 when she became an Olympic Volleyball Commentator for the BBC.
  • During her time in London, Jo worked for several broadcasting companies and programs including the likes of Fast Track, CNN, DWM, BT Sport, Progress Productions, and Chelsea TV.
  • Jo took on many important roles from being a Live Volleyball Presenter for the London Paralympics and Olympics to being an associate producer and sports journalist.
  • Her final job before returning to Australia was working as a voice-over artist and producer for BT Sport.
  • In 2017, she became a reporter and presenter for FOX Sports Australia.
  • She worked for the company for almost 6 years before joining STADIO where she currently works as a News Director.

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