Cynthia Frelund Biography, Age, Height Wiki And Networth

Cynthia Frelund Biography

Cynthia Frelund was born on August 24, 1979, in Okemos, Michigan where she was also raised. She attended the famous Okemos High School graduating in 2001.

In her role with the NFL Media group, Cynthia appears across several studio shows and platforms to provide statistical and advanced analytics insight, bringing a unique perspective to educate and inform fans about the NFL’s players and league trends on a deeper level than ever before. Cynthia will appear regularly on such NFL Network shows as NFL GameDay Morning and NFL Fantasy Live, as well as NFL Network’s coverage of the Super Bowl, NFL Scouting Combine, and NFL Draft.

Moving forward with her studies, Cynthia mastered in Science and Business Administration from Northwestern University. Cynthia’s parents were very supportive of her interest.

Therefore, the 39-year-old has been maintaining a perfect relationship with her family. Cynthia’s love for her mom and dad can be speculated from her social media, where she shares her adorable pictures with them.

For instance, on 6 March 2016, she wished he parents on their 40th wedding anniversary on Twitter. Moreover, on 14 May 2017, Cynthia wished her mom on mother’s day. Cynthia Frelund shares a vintage picture with her father on his birthday on 5 March 2018 (Photo: Cynthia Frelund’s Instagram)

Moreover, she shared an old photo with her dad on 5 March 2018 on his birthday.Not only Cynthia but her mom Mary Anne Frelund also mentions her daughter on social media on various occasions. On 24 August 2018, she posted a picture of Cynthia on her birthday stating she has been the best daughter ever.

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Well, from the social media posts, it is apparent that Cynthia has a blissful professional as well as family life, just like sports presenter Amanda Balionis

Interestingly, she also maintains an excellent social life boasting near to 30k followers on Instagram. She is nowhere near hesitant to share pictures of her dogs, hairs, and sometimes even feet.

Cynthia Frelund Age

Born On August 24, 1979, Cynthia is 40 Years of age as 0f 2019. Cynthia, who stands tall at the height of 5 feet and 6 inches (1.68m) initiated her career at age 24 as a senior analyst at Fusion in the year 2003. After leaving the job in 2005, she worked in the Finance department in the National Football League for less than a year in 2008.

Cynthia Frelund Wiki

Cynthia also has experience in business development with the Disney-ABC Television Group. There, she worked with several sports channels like ESPN and the NFL. She worked with ESPN in 2012 as a producer and Next Generation Content Strategist. Cynthia is a self-taught coder who, while working at ESPN, used machine learning and algorithms to come up with strategy during the daily fantasy matchups. She left ESPN in 2016 and is currently working with the NFL as an Analytics Expert.

with working for the NFL, she has made appearances in different shows and platforms to offer statistical and detailed analyses about NFL players and ongoing trends within the game. Cynthia Frelund makes regular appearances on shows like NFL GameDay Morning, NFL Fantasy Live and the NFL Network’s coverage of the Super Bowl.

Regarding the NFL Network’s newest addition, NFL Media’s Executive Producer of Original Content, Michael Mandt said, “Cynthia will break down complicated data and statistics, recognize patterns and trends, and then translate it in a way that is easy for fans to digest and understand.” He further added, “She is a great addition and makes fans smarter, fantasy owners better and does so in a way that no other football analyst does.”

Cynthia Frelund Nfl

In her role with the NFL Media group, Cynthia will appear across several studio shows and platforms to provide statistical and advanced analytics insight, bringing a unique perspective to educate and inform fans about the NFL’s players and league trends on a deeper level than ever before. Cynthia will appear regularly on such NFL Network shows as NFL GameDay Morning and NFL Fantasy Live, as well as NFL Network’s coverage of the Super Bowl, NFL Scouting Combine and NFL Draft.

“Cynthia will break down complicated data and statistics, recognize patterns and trends, and then translate it in a way that is easy for fans to digest and understand,” said Michael Mandt, NFL Media’s Executive Producer of Original Content. “She is a great addition and makes fans smarter, fantasy owners better and does so in a way that no other football analyst does.”

Cynthia (@cfrelund) joins NFL Media from ESPN, where she served as a Predictive Analytics Analyst on SportsCenter for the past two years.

Prior to joining ESPN, Cynthia was the manager of Business Development for Disney/ABC in Los Angeles, an analyst for the NFL’s CFO, and senior analyst for Fusion Finance.

A native of Okemos, Michigan, Cynthia graduated from Boston College in 2005 with a B.S. in Biology. Cynthia then received her MBA in Finance, Entrepreneurship and Innovation from Northwestern University’s Kellogg School of Management and continued at Northwestern in the MS of Predictive Analytics program.

Outside of her career, Cynthia has completed 20 marathons in 20 different states; almost halfway to her goal of completing a marathon in each state. Cynthia has also taught Pilates and group fitness at several locations since 2001, an avocation that led to her first algorithm-based business, a recommendation engine for group fitness classes. She is also involved with Bright Pink (brightpink.org), the only national non-profit organization focused on prevention and early detection of breast and ovarian cancer in young women.

Cynthia Frelund Husband

One of the youngest, hot and bold this sports journalist or sideline report has earned huge fan following by her voice and cute faces, and especially young and handsome male. And she has huge male fan followers because she is not a married lady.

Well, this beautiful journalist, Frelund is not married, that much we know because she has never revealed about her married life and as well as about her husband and any relationship. This lady also does not seem to post any images of herself with any significant other on social media account either.

So technically, this woman is single, and if she is dating someone seriously, this lady is not making it public, very individual personality. Make of that what you will, but hasn’t disclosed about her boyfriend and love life anywhere.

Cynthia Frelund Nfl Picks

Cynthia Frelund joined NFL Network in 2016 as an analytics expert, providing … 2019 NFL Draft: Jawaan Taylor among Day 2’s top value picks April 26, 2019.

Cynthia Frelund Game Theory

She ran 30-thousand analytic filled simulations pitting the Rams against the Patriots, and is now ready to reveal the results! Matt “Money” Smith guides us through Cynthia Frelund’s sea of numbers, to find out who won most often, and what the most common score was. Cynthia also reveals which 6 individual players her computer model likes to perform the best in the game, and she sat down with Jets safety Jamaal Adams to see who he has winning. It’s the ultimate Super Bowl LIII Preview!

Game Theory and Money 2019 All-Pro Analytics Team
We know who made the NFL Pro Bowl, but who made our All-Pro Analytics team? Matt “Money” Smith and Cynthia Frelund pick out the players who excelled both on the field, and in Cynthia’s computer model.

01/17/2019
Game Theory and Money: Conference Championship Preview
Cynthia Frelund has doubled up her efforts, running analytical-based computer simulations of each Conference Championship game 20-thousand times! Find out who won each game the most often and what the likely scores will be, all while soaking in the most in-depth breakdown of the two games you’re going to find anywhere.

Cynthia Frelund Salary

According to paysa.com, an analyst at NFL Network earns an average of $75,637 salary annually which ranges from a minimum of $66,485 to $83,602. So Cynthia Frelund, who also works as an NFL analyst, also earns the salary of the same range.

Cynthia Frelund Net Worth

Frelund has been working as a sportscaster and analyst for over a decade and in this period, she has earned a handsome amount of money from her profession. Cynthia Frelund’s current net worth is estimated to be over $1 million, however, her exact net worth is still under review.

According to paysa.com, an analyst at NFL Network earns an average of $75,637 salary annually which ranges from a minimum of $66,485 to $83,602. So Cynthia Frelund, who also works as an NFL analyst, also earns the salary of the same range.

Cynthia Frelund Fantasy Football

Cynthia Frelund has a message for all her fellow quants (the analytically-inclined): “Numbers people need to not be a——- so that people genuinely like it. People hear math and they plug their ears, like la la la.” In her role as the first-ever analytics expert for NFL Media Group, Frelund is on the crusade to bring analytics to the common NFL fan. She offers analytics insights on NFL Network’s GameDay Morning and NFL Fantasy Live, and will contribute to Super Bowl, combine and draft coverage. She spoke to The MMQB about the future of analytics in the NFL, why this is a breakout year for data, and the football trends she’ll be watching.

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Cynthia Frelund Podcasts

This week, Ballin’ Out hosts two of 2016’s breakout stars in music and sports, respectively: Young M.A, the Brooklyn rapper whose “Ooouuu” you’ve inevitably heard bumping out someone’s car window since it hit NYC airwaves in July, and Cynthia Frelund, NFL Media’s first-ever analytics expert, who started in August. And just like Ballin’ Out hosts Adelle and Natalie, both women love football — M.A. as a former player who now roots for the last Manning standing on the Giants, and Frelund as a fan and skilled statistician.

“Football was like my main sport,” says M.A on the podcast’s latest episode, which you can listen to and download below. “I really played it — it wasn’t like they thought they had to be soft on me because I was a girl.” The rapper played in Virginia, where she spent part of her childhood — and where football is a much more prevalent force than it is in her current home, Brooklyn. “That was one of my first life-changing experiences, to be the first girl on the football team.”

Frelund may not have hit the gridiron herself, but she still has football bona fides to spare as NFL Media’s first analytics expert — and as a woman, to boot. “I try to take the things that seem like a disadvantage, and turn them into an advantage,” she says of her rise to the top. “No one expects me to be a lockdown corner — but that just means that there’s no shame in asking questions. So I can ask the people around me, who are wearing gold jackets [meaning, they’re in the NFL Hall of Fame].” Frelund’s a music fan as well, so she offered her take on the Billboard charts — which might actually be an analyst’s goldmine.