Jen Lada is associate degree yank journalist World Health Organization is thought for her work on ESPN and as an contestant. Also, she has appeared in faculty GameDay, Sportscenter, electro-acoustic transducer and electro-acoustic transducer, Baseball Tonight, and alternative shows.
She was born in Chicago, IL on 14th January 1981. Jen grew up in Chicago with parents and three siblings. She was interested in journalism from an early age.
Jen completed her high school from Marian Central Catholic H.S in Woodstock, IL. Later, she received a degree in Broadcast Electronics from Marquette University.
She started working as a waitress and then slowly worked her way into journalism. Currently, she is working in ESPN’s contributor for digital platforms and College GameDay. Also, she is a part of the Department of Highlights in ESPN.
Moreover, she contributes to Mike and Mike as well as SportsCenter and is also works as a content creator on ESPN Radio’s digital platforms.
Previously, she worked as a reporter and an anchor for Comcast SportsNet for two and a half years in the Chicago area before joining ESPN in July 2015. There she worked on White Sox pro and Bears sports beat.
She was awarded the Best Sportscast 1st Place honor in 2011 by the Wisconsin Broadcasters Association for her work in WITI-TV.
She shared the disturbing story of how she was sexually harassed during a job interview and became a part of the controversy. She also publicized that the interviewer still works for the network.
She has an estimated net worth of around $1 million USD.
Jen Lada is a married woman. She has been married to the former SportsCenter anchor Dario Melendez since 2 October 2017. The couple welcomed a baby Layla in February 2018.
She is also a mother to the son Chase, born in 2009 from her previous marriage to Sean Reti in 2006 approximately.
She has a height of 5 ft. 7 inches and has brunette hair and dark brown eyes.
She has more than 45k followers on Twitter. Similarly, her Facebook page has more than 9.4k followers.