Who is Ashley Brewer?
Ashley Brewer was born on 13 December 1991, in Southern California, USA, and is a sportscaster and journalist, best known for her work with ABC LA as a part of the network’s sports division. Before working in the broadcasting field, she was a competitive swimmer who made it to the Olympic Trials.
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The Net Worth of Ashley Brewer
Ashley Brewer has a net worth of at least $1 million, earning a significant income through her broadcasting work. Aside from the ABC, she’s also worked for local networks during her career.
Early Life and Education
Ashley grew up in Southern California where her father worked as a business consultant while her mother was a homemaker, but had previously worked for Phoenix CBS for over a decade, and from whom Ashley got the idea of broadcasting. She also came from a sports-oriented family and most of her siblings would make a name for themselves in college sports at least
At a young age, she developed a strong love for swimming, and this would soon translate to her entering competitions.
She made it to national level competitions multiple times, with her specialty being the backstroke. She competed throughout high school, and after matriculating enrolled at the University of Southern California.
The private university is located in Los Angeles and is the oldest of its kind in the state. There are over 20,000 students enrolled at the school annually. Their school’s athletics team is named the Trojans and they have won over 100 NCAA championships since joining the association. Many of their athletes would also win medals at the Olympic Games, including 135 gold medals.
Transition to Journalism
While competing with USC’s varsity swimming team, Brewer continued her studies, focusing on a double major of Journalism and Sociology. She made significant achievements with her backstroke, and was selected to compete in the 2012 Olympic Trials, held before every Summer Olympics to determine who will represent the country. She was unsuccessful during the trials and decided to retire shortly afterwards to focus on broadcasting.
During this time, she had previously got some experience as an intern, working for the ABC Sports Department. The division would later rebrand itself as ESPN on ABC though ABC Sports still exists as a part of the company’s infrastructure. ABC Sports works more on regional and affiliated stations around the US. After completing her studies, her first job led her to Arizona, where she became a sideline reporter for Fox Sports Arizona, reporting on college football games. The company is an affiliate of the Fox Sports networks, broadcasting games from the high school up to the professional level.
They mainly focus on teams from the Phoenix area, though it is available for the rest of the state.
Path Towards ABC LA
After her work with Fox Sports Arizona, Ashley moved to Tucson when she was hired by KGUN-9, an affiliate of the ABC. She became the weekend sports anchor for the station for two years, covering college games and professional teams, mainly American Football, focusing on the Denver Broncos in the National Football League (NFL), the highest level of professional American Football in the US.
She covered a lot of big games for the station, including Super Bowl XLIX. She was also present during the 2017 College Football National Championships.
In 2019, she moved back to Southern California, settling in LA when she was hired by ABC LA as a reporter and their lead sports anchor. ABC LA is the flagship station of ABC on the West Coast. The station is the broadcast home of games of the NFL team the Los Angeles Rams, and also provide coverage of games of the Los Angeles Chargers.
Other Los Angeles-based sports teams are given attention; she has reported on the National Basketball Association (NBA) teams, the Los Angeles Lakers and the Los Angeles Clippers. This has led to the local team doing coverage of Los Angeles teams making it through to the NBA Finals.
Brewer is believed to be single, though she has been seen in photos with a man whose identity has not been disclosed to the public.
She is the middle child of five siblings – her oldest brother plays professional baseball with the Arizona Diamondbacks, another brother played college basketball for the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA), and a younger brother is playing college football for the University of Virginia. Their youngest sibling plays beach volleyball for USC.