Quick Facts of Dawn Davenport
Dawn Davenport is an American news anchor/reporter. Currently, she works as a sideline reporter for ESPN. Not just that, Davenport is a Emmy Award-winning sportscaster and journalist with extensive live shooting experience. She is also enjoying her astounding net worth from her long sucessful career.
The native of Nashville is working on 104.5 The Zone as an ESPN reporter and also as a radio personality. With her massive contributions to the media, she boasted of her candidacy for the Woman of the Year title in 2018. Here are all the details related to Dawn’s bio, net worth, career and personal life so if you are interested to know then read the whole article.
Graduate of Auburn University
Dawn Davenport was born in 1980, in Piano, Texas. Davenport is American by nationality and she belongs to white ethnicity. She grew up in Atlanta and completed her high school education there.
Soon after completing high school education, Dawn attended Auburn University and graduated with a degree in Mass Communications/Radio.TV. While in Auburn, she played volleyball and was a 2-time SEC All-American-Academic.
5 feet 5-inch tall journalist is very close to her brother Dane Davenport. He is married to sweetheart Brandi. The couple has two children, son Dylan Davenport and daughter Demi Davenport. Since Dane is a family man, he is living a happy life with his wife and children.
Net Worth in Millions
Davenport has earned a staggering net worth from her career as a journalist. The estimated net worth of Dawn is around $1 million. However, it may more as the reported hasn’t officially announced disclosed her net worth in media. Working as reported for ESPN, she receives an annual salary of $85000.
On the other hand, she might have received a big chunk of money working other news channels like WWAY-ABC, and WRKN. With such a magnetic career and earnings, Davenport is enjoying a rich and lavish lifestyle.
Lives a Lavish Life
Davenport is a Tennessee’s native, living with her family in a lavish home in the Greater Nashville Area. As reported in the Zillow, the houses in Nashville cost no less than $100,000. In addition, she owns white gold colored ford f-150 platinum, which costs around $125000 as stated in Motor 1.
Reporter for ESPN
Davenport started her career as reported for WWAY-ABC based in Wilmington, N.C and then in Richmond, Virginia at WRIC-ABC. Later in 2008, Davenport became the sports journalist for WRKN. Dawn’s debut as an ESPN anchor was on August 31 when she had the chance to cover Auburn vs. Washington State’s game in 2013.
She was also signed on Saturday by ESPN as the sideline reporter for the top football games in ESPN’s university. In fact, when she went to work for ESPN, Dawn received the Tennessee Best Sportscaster Award in 2011 and 2013. Also, Dawn has worked with popular ESPN reporters like, Adam Schefter, Lisa Salters, Erin Andrews, and Wendi Nix.
ESPN news reporter is living happily with her husband Travis Harter whom she married this year. Prior, the couple were engaged on 30th July 2019. The duo had a lavish wedding on 17th August 2019 in the presence of their close ones in Pensacola Beach, Florida.
Additionally, Harter proposed his girlfriend turned wife Dawn with a ring kneeling down in hill of Locanda del Gallo, Chianni, Italy on July 2019. Ever since then, the two has developed a great bond and for now, there is no chance of their divorce and separation.
Davenport is a kindhearted woman and actively engaged in charitable work and humanitarian causes. She was selected as the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society’s candidate in 2018. She had a goal to collect $50k fund for a research project.
As said before, Dawn is a kindhearted woman and she has a passion for dogs. She has two cute dogs, Patton and Palmer. She frequently captures pictures with her dogs and shares it with her fans via, Instagram.
Despite such a hectic schedule, she never forgets to take care of her pets and love them as a precious family member.