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Jamie Ertle Biography, Age, Education, Husband, Career, WTOC, Twitter

Jamie Ertle is an American Meteorologist and Reporter currently working at WTOC since 2005. The Georgia Broadcaster’s Association honored the WTOC weather team, including Jamie, with an Excellence in Broadcasting Award for their coverage of Hurricane Matthew.

Jamie Ertle Biography

Jamie Ertle is an American Meteorologist and Reporter currently working at WTOC since 2005. The Georgia Broadcaster’s Association honored the WTOC weather team, including Jamie, with an Excellence in Broadcasting Award for their coverage of Hurricane Matthew.

Jamie Ertle Age

She was born in Charleston, while her father was stationed at Charleston AFB, moved to Indianapolis as a child, went to college in Florida, and couldn’t be happier to live and work in Savannah. Her exact date of birth is not yet revealed.

Jamie Ertle Education

s has two degrees, one from the University of Central Florida where she earned a degree in Broadcast Journalism and another from Mississippi State where she earned a Bachelor’s degree in Broadcast Meteorology.

Jamie Ertle Husband

Ertle got married to David Ehsanipoor in April 2013. She still loves the book Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs and thanks to her grandparents for watching the news every night, so she could watch the weather.

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Jamie Ertle Career

She began working at WTOC in the spring of 2005 and has worn many hats since. However, she earned the rank of manager after producing The News at 6 and 11. Later, she joined the weather team after completing her degree at Mississippi State.

Jamie has used her off air talents to raise money and awareness for groups such as Court Appointed Special Advocates in their Dancing with the Stars rendition; she won the best dancer and raised over $12 thousand.  Also, She is a “Big Wig” alumni for Susan G Komen Coastal Georgia, Bowled for AMBUCS Savannah, and is an advocate for Alzheimer’s Association.

While working at a tv station in Fort Myers, it was Hurricane Charley, a Category 4 hurricane, that ripped through the area that really inspired Jamie to go back to school. Fast forward to the Coastal Empire and Lowcountry’s recent hurricane season, the Georgia Broadcaster’s Association honored the WTOC weather team, including Jamie, with an Excellence in Broadcasting Award for their coverage of Hurricane Matthew.

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