NBC News' Sheinelle Jones is a Family Woman: How She Met Her Husband? Eleven Years Of Married Life And Three Children

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You remember the woman who anchors for the Saturday editions of Weekend Today that airs on NBC News? Another hint, she is also the correspondent for all platforms of NBC News. Oh yeah! You got it right. We are unmistakably talking about Sheinelle Jones who is an American journalist and news anchor for NBC News. Well till now, Sheinelle has been having quite a marvelous career and has a huge number of fans and admirer.
NBC News' Sheinelle Jones is a Family Woman: How She Met Her Husband? Eleven Years Of Married Life And Three Children

Quick Information

  • Divorce/Split Not Yet
  • Lesbian No
  • Eye Color Black
  • Hair Color Black
  • Hair Long
  • Weight N/A
  • Height/ How Tall? 4' 11" (1.5 m)
  • College Northwestern University
  • Career 2000–present
  • Net Worth Not Disclosed
  • Dating/Affair No
  • Wedding Date 1 September 2007
  • Date of Birth Apr 19, 1978
  • Age 43 Years, 9 Months
  • Husband/Spouse Uche Ojeh (m. 2007)
  • Relationship Status Married
  • Daughter/s Clara Josephine Ojeh
  • Son/s Kayin Ojeh, Uche Ojeh
  • Mother Sheila Kinnard
  • Father C. Darnell Jones II
  • Ethnicity/Race African-American
  • Zodiac Sign Aries
  • Birth Name Sheinelle Marie Jones
  • Profession Journalist
  • Nationality American

Sheinelle Jones is an American journalist & a news anchor for NBC News. Well till now, she has enjoyed a marvelous career and has a considerable number of fans and admirer.

She is married to Uche Ojeh, a managing partner at UAO Consulting. Sheinelle met her husband and the love of her life when she was in college. At the time, she was a college tour guide while Uche was in high school.

While recounting her early accounts of her husband, the NBC News personality once said:-

"I was like what a kind, polite, cute guy... "

Sheinelle and her husband Uche got married in September 2007 in Rittenhouse Square in Philadelphia. Almost 11 years to their marriage, and still, they are going steady and stronger.

Sheinelle Jones alongside her husband and three children at a recital event circa March 2019 (Photo:- Sheinelle Jones' Instagram)

The married duo is leading a blissful life with three children, a son Kayin and twin daughters named Clara and Josephine. Sheinelle oldest Kayin is now 8, whereas her daughters are 5.

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Since becoming a mom, the NBC News personality's life has taken a 180-degree turn. Despite the changes, she is yet to lose the sight of her goals all the while raising her kids in a fitting environment.

Sheinelle Jones' Bio 

Sheinelle Jones was born on 16 April 1978, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and ages about 40 years old. Her father is U.S. District Court Judge C. Darnell Jones II. Her unique name is the amalgamation of her parents' first names, Shiela and Darnell. So popular is her name that even her children refer to as Sheinelle Jones.

Growing up, Sheinelle would dream about making it big as a journalist. She even decorated her rooms with headshots of local Wichita, Kansas news anchors.

After completing her high school education from Wichita Heights, she enrolled at the Northwestern University located in Chicago. Her career in journalism began with WICS-TV where she got assigned to the broadcasting team.

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During her career, she has worked in stations like KOKI-TV, WTXF-TV, Philadelphia station where she worked for nine years before finally joining NBC. She is working for NBC and MSNBC where she acts as a co-anchor for Weekend Today and as a host for MSNBC Live.

In her illustrious career, the 40-year-old journo has interviewed various public figures including Halle Berry, Kevin Hart, and Barrack Obama. In the past, Sheinelle recieved major honors from Oklahoma Chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists and the National Association of Black Journalists.