Jaymee was born to Dennis Sire, the father and Wendy Sire, the mother in Great Falls, Montana. She was born on August 25, 1980. Jaymee is in her thirties now and has managed to look quite young and youthful. She went to Edward R. Murrow School of Communication, a college which has an affiliation with the Washington State University where she later worked as a news reporter for the WSU Cable 8. Her time in the university was quite eventful with her becoming the president for the Kappa DeltaSorority back in 2000-2001.
Jaymee’s career as a sports anchor and a news reporter started at the KRTV in the CBS channel in 2002. She then worked at KFMB-TV as a sideline reporter. After working with KFMB-TV, she later advanced to Comcast SportsNet (CSN) Bay Area.
She was also the sideline reporter for the games of San Jose Sharks, Oakland A and Golden State Warriors. She also gained fame for producing and hosting A Day in the Life: Tim Lincecum which was broadcasted in the CSN network. She made her debut on ESPN as an anchor for Highlight Express on ESPNews. Later she was appointed to host an ESPN daily show called SportsCenter.
Jaymee got a lot of recognition for her excellent TV work. She has been nominated three times for Emmys Award. Jaymee received San Francisco/ Northern California Emmy Award. Furthermore, Jaymee was also rewarded with the Pacific Southwest Emmy Award for the category of Best Sports Story. She has also received the Judith Waller Award and the RTNA Golden Mike Award.
Jaymee is married to the president of Tristar productions, Jeff Rosenberg. The couple got married in a private wedding session with just their family and close friends. They were blessed with a child whose name is not disclosed to the media for privacy concerns. Jaymee is quite young and has managed to achieve what people don’t achieve at an old age even. She managed to market herself in a way that people got quickly convinced. Her exceptional skills, talents and her education have helped her come very far in the television industry.
Jaymee Sire and Jeff Rosenberg make a power couple. With Jeff Rosenberg’s net worth being $18 million and Jaymee Sire’s net worth being $1.5 million at a relatively young age with a salary of $84,000 from her profession as a sportscaster. The couple is set for a bright future for their child.