Ramona Shelburne Net Worth 2020, Bio, Education, Career, and Achievement.
One of the most prestigious sportswriters in America, Ramona Shelburne is recently working as a National Basketball Association insider and sportswriter for ESPN.
She has provided excellent coverage of several National Basketball Association games on SportsCenter, ESPN radio, website, and magazine.
She has also been featured on other ESPN shows which include NBA Tonight, SportsNation, and others.
Ramona was born in Los Angeles, California, on July 19th, 1979.
She is the daughter of renowned screenwriter, Jeanette Shelburne who is best known for her work as a writer for various animated kids’ shows as well as being part of the Writers Guild of America.
Growing up, Ramona was also into sports, be it basketball, soccer, or softball.
She graduated from El Camino Real Charter High School before moving on to Stanford University in 1998 where she graduated with a Bachelor’s Degree in American Studies as well as a Master’s Degree in Communication.
During college, she played collegiate softball and was part of the team that played in the 2001 Women’s College World Series. She also wrote sports articles for the Stanford Daily.
Having been influenced by her mother’s writing abilities, the ESPN reporter put her journalism career to a start in 1997, when she contributed a write-up on men’s golf tournament to Standford University journal known as Stanford Daily during her first year in the university.
She later followed it up by landing a journalistic gig at the Los Angeles Daily News immediately after her graduation from the university.
There, she served as a columnist for a period of seven years before leaving in 2009 to join the ESPN Network.
Shelburne also continued with her work as a columnist at ESPN Los Angeles. Currently serving as a sportswriter for the network, the California-born journalist makes brilliant coverage of National Basketball Association games for ESPN’s SportsCenter, ESPN radio, magazine, and website. In addition, she also features on the Network’s several other shows including The Jump, SportsNation, Pardon the Interruption, among others.
As a professional sports journalist who is well-known as one of the most respectable sportswriters, Ramona Shelburne’s writings have gained publications in journals like Stanford Magazine and Sports Illustrated for Women.
Furthermore, the adept sportscaster has also garnered wide attention as a radio personality having co-hosted the National Radio show titled, The Beadle and Shelburne in 2016. Ramona Shelburne has further gone ahead to engage her fans with special emphasis on different sports events on her Twitter account where she has over 250,000 followers.
The brilliant sports reporter has achieved a remarkable feat in her career as she has been honored with multiple awards by Pro Basketball Writers Associate, following her outstanding works as a columnist and sportscaster.
Shelburne has an estimated net worth of $4 million as of 2020. This includes her Assets, Money, and Income.
Her primary source of income is her career as a Television Personality. Through his various sources of income, Shelburne has been able to accumulate a good fortune but prefers to lead a modest lifestyle.