Jamie Shupak Stelter

Facts of Jamie Shupak Stelter
Full Name: Jamie Shupak Stelter
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Nationality: Philadelphia
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Husband: Brian Stelter
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Profession: an Emmy-selected traffic anchor for NY1,
Sibling: Sunny Ray Stelter, Story Moon Stelter
Father: Neil L. Shupak
Mother: Helen R. Shupak

Jamie Shupak Stelter is an Emmy-selected traffic anchor for NY1, the New York News TV station situated in Manhattan, New York City. She has been serving the channel since May 2010.

How old is Jamie Shupak Stelter?

Jamie Shupak Stelter was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania to Neil L. Shupak and Helen R. Shupak. She enrolled at the University of Maryland in 1999 and earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in 2003.

Who is Jamie Shupak Stelter married to?

Brian Stelter and Jamie Shupak Stelter are married. He and Brian first met on Twitter. During the 2010 Christmas snowstorm, Jamie was tweeting and Brian asked her coworker Pat Kiernan if she was single. Jamie and Brian grew close and began dating soon after.

The couple married on February 22, 2014. Their wedding ceremony was held at the Sheraton Society Hill in Philadelphia.

How many children do Brian and Jamie share?

Jamie Shupak Stelter and Brian Stelter have two children: Sunny Ray Stelter (born on May 21, 2017) and Story Moon Stelter (born on May 22, 2017). (born on 7th August 2019). The couple’s path to welcoming their children, however, was not an easy one. When Jamie announced her pregnancy with her first child in December 2016, she also revealed that she and her husband, Brian Stelter, had struggled with fertility and had two miscarriages.

She revealed that the couple had been trying to grow their family for the past two years. Jamie also reportedly had two D&Cs, a PCOS diagnosis, and several rounds of IUI and IVF.

Who is Jamie Shupak Stelter’s Husband?

Brian Stelter, her husband, graduated from Towson University in Baltimore, Maryland in 2007 with a bachelor’s degree in Mass Communications with a concentration in Journalism. He is currently the CNN Worldwide Chief Media Correspondent.

He is also the host of CNN’s Reliable Sources, which examines the week’s top media stores every Sunday at 11:00 a.m. Prior to joining CNN, he worked as a media reporter for The New York Times from 2007 to 2013.