Stephanie Ready is a former broadcaster for "Charlotte Hornets" and former coach of Coppin State Men's Basketball team. She is a trendsetter as she was the first female coach of a men's professional league team and first full-time Female NBA game analyst.
Is Stephanie Ready Married? Who is her husband? Know more about her Personal Life
Stephanie Ready is happily married to Perry Jones. The couple welcomed their first child, a son, James in 2009 and two years after a daughter Ivy, in 2011.
Ready is a working parent and asked how she manages professional and personal balance, she stated:
"I married a saint, so that's extremely helpful. Perry is the best husband, and partner, and cheerleader and field producer that anyone could ever have. And he's a terrific parent. It helps alleviate some of my stress because I know he is with them"
Ready adds that giving a hundred percent where you are, whether at work or with family also helps alleviate the guilt and also children now understand that momma has to go to work and enjoys the perks that come with it.
What is Stephanie Ready Net-worth?
Stephanie Ready amassed a net worth of around $5 million. She earned this net worth through her two-decade work in sports as a coach and television sports broadcaster.
A television sports broadcaster can earn on average $42,000 per year and the head coach of a basketball team earns $60,629 per year.
Stephanie Ready Wiki-Bio
Stephanie Ready was born in 1975 in Takoma Park, Maryland and completed high school from National Cathedral School, Washington, D.C. She is of African -American ancestry, with average height and black hair and eyes.
She joined Coppin State University, Baltimore to study psychology and graduated with cum laude. While in college she used to play basketball and volleyball for the Coppin State Eagles, so instead of joining graduate school she decided to do coaching for the Coppin State women volleyball team.
Ready stayed in this position for three years before resigning and later joined Coppin State Men's Basketball team for coaching. While doing so, she became the first female coach of a men's professional league team.
Ready after several years in coaching moved to broadcast and became reporter and host for National Basketball Association's (NBA) Charlotte Hornets. She left Hornets in December 2018 to join The Turner Sports.
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