Jaymee Sire is a renowned TV host, blogger, and sportscaster known for being a weekday SportsCenter anchor at ESPN. Besides, she has also worked for a number of other segments, including NFL Live and College Football Live.
Jaymee Sire was born on August 25, 1989, in Great Falls, MT. As of 2019, she is at the age of 38 with the star sign of Virgo which defines her personality as intelligence, and attention.
She is the daughter of Dennis Sire (father) and Wendy Sir (mother). She grew up in her hometown Great Falls, Montana along with her sister.
Regarding the education background of Sire, she graduated from the Edward R. Murrow School of Communication at Washington State University.
Also, she was a member of the Kappa Delta Sorority and worked as a present for a year during her graduation level.
Jaymee Sire was married to Jeff Rosenberg, the President, and CEO of Tristar Productions in Houston. They had a private wedding ceremony and has not updated their recent relationship status. There is no confirmation whether the pair is still in a relationship or broke up.
Currently, she suspected of dating the professional photographer, Justin Aharoni. Also, the pair seems to be enjoying their company in the pictures posted on her Instagram account.
However, they are sharing a good relationship as seen on social media.
Jaymee Sire’s net worth is believed to be more than $1.5 million. He earns an impressive amount of money from her journalism career. As per some sources, being a Sports Broadcaster, she earns an annual salary is more than $84,224.
Jaymee Sire started her career as a sports news anchor/reporter in Great Falls, MT at KRTV (CBS), in 2002. Also, she severed as a sideline reporter for KFMB’s San Diego Chargers preseason broadcasts from 2005 to 2006.
Besides, Sire also served as a reporter for KFMB-TV in San Diego for five years. She joined Comcast SportsNet (CSN) Bay Area where she worked as an anchor/reporter for SportsNet Central, in 2008. She was a sideline reporter for the Golden State Warriors, Oakland A’s and San Jose Sharks games.
In 2013, 2014 and 2015, she served as a sideline reporter for Little League World Series, which aired on ESPN and ABC.
The veteran media personality has been nominated for three times for Emmy Awards during her time at CSN Bay Area. Also in 2009, she was awarded a San Francisco/Northern California Emmy Award for All A’s: A’s in Japan Show, the show was aired on CSN.
In 2007, she received the Pacific Southwest Emmy Award for Best Sports Story while at KFMB. In 2004, she earned the RTNA Golden Mike Award for Best Sports Feature Reporting.