Updated: 12/07/2016 06:07 PM | First Published: 12/07/2016 01:09 PM

Fox News 'Happening Now' co-host Jenna Lee’s journey so far

A photo of Jenna Lee with Jon Scott

Jenna Lee started working soon after completing her graduation from University of California, Santa Barbara. Her first work experience came at San Francisco community newspaper, Marina Times. She served as a freelance reporter for two years at the community newspaper from 2002.

She also had early work experience at news television channel, NY1, while studying at Columbia University. Likewise, she also worked as a freelance writer for Forbes.com. While serving at Forbes, she got an opportunity to have some on-camera work which played a major role in landing a job at Fox Business Network.

In 2007, Jenna was hired as a news anchor for Fox Business Network, where she appeared on Fox Business Morning. After a few years, she was given a new responsibility as a contributor of the morning business show Money for Breakfast. At the same time, she also served as an anchor of FoxBusiness.com show, Live Morning Edition. In July 2010, she ended her journey with Fox Business Network and became associated with Fox News Channel.

Jenna has been a part of many important stories on Fox New Channel, including her 2015 adventure at the George Washington Bridge, where she covered the story on the biggest free-flying American flag in the United States. She also covered the aftermath of removal of the Egyptian president, Mohamed Morsi, the murder trial of George Zimmerman, and the EF5 tornado in Moore. Jenna has interviewed political figures like Jay Carney and Jon McCain. She currently hosts the Fox News Channel’s show Happening Now with her co-host, Jon Scott.

From her decade-long stay in journalism, Jenna Lee has accumulated huge a net worth of $5 million. Sources reveal that she is currently earning an estimated annual salary of $100 thousand.