Jon Decker Biography
Jon Decker is an American working at Gray TV as their White House Correspondent and Senior National Editor. Since 1995, he has been part of the White House Press Corps.
Jon Decker Age
He was born on October 18, 1966, and he’s 56 years old as of 2022.
Jon Decker Height
Decker stands at 5 feet 7 inches tall.
Jon Decker Education
He attended the University of Pennsylvania and graduated with a Bachelor’s and Master’s Degrees in Arts. Then, he studied at George Washington University Law School and got his J.D. He was in Paris where he received his international law at the Sorbonne. During his time in the Hoover Institution at Stanford University, he worked as a Media Fellow. In closing, he works at the UCLA School of Law and Georgetown University on the faculty of both schools where he is an Adjunct Professor. In conclusion, he works at the McCain Institute as a Media Fellow.
Jon Decker Family
Since he’s a private person, there is no information about his parents, siblings or relatives.
Jon Decker Wife
Decker has not informed the public about his wife.
Jon Decker Gray TV
He works at Gray TV as the Senior National Editor and also a correspondent of the White House. But earlier on, he was elected to the Board of the White House Correspondents’ Association by his fellow workers in 2015. Furthermore, he is the only lawyer in the White House Press Corps. Apart from that, he is part of the Washington, DC Bar.
Before joining Gray TV, he worked as the White House correspondent at SiriusXM and Reuters Television. He was in Miami as a field producer for NBC, in Washington serving as the business reporter for WRC an NBC affiliate, hosted the PBS Television’s “This Week in Business” while still in Washington working as a correspondent for PBS Television’s “Nightly Business Report.” On the other hand, he used to be an assistant to the late U.S. Senator John Heinz. Jon who was born in Washington, DC.
Additionally, Decker has covered Biden Administrations, Trump, Obama, Bush and Clinton. Besides that, he covered the Impeachments of President Trump and also President Clinton, 7 Presidential elections and 26 State of the Union Addresses. He was working in the supreme court to cover various most significant cases in the last 20 years such as Windsor against the United States – the landmark civil rights case regarding same-sex marriage, NFIB against Sebelius – which questioned the constitutionality of the Affordable Care Act and lastly Bush v. Gore.
Moreover, he has worked at the Tennis Channel as their Commentator and also covered every four tennis Grand Slams. In addition, Decker is working for the Washington Tennis & Education Foundation as a Board Member and for the International Tennis Hall of Fame on the Board of Governors.
To sum up, in the previous 20 years, Decker has reported from Guantanamo Bay based in Cuba, Havana, the Bahamas, Puerto Rico, Buenos Aires, Melbourne, the DMZ, Seoul, Singapore, Taipei, Beijing, Hong Kong, Panama, Montreal, Milan, Madrid, Luxembourg, the West Bank, Tel Aviv, Jerusalem, Stockholm, The Hague, Geneva, Frankfurt, Paris, London, Brussels and finally Athens. In closing, he has been identified by The Columbia Journalism Review as “refreshingly self-aware as a reporter.”
Jon Decker Fox News
Decker served as the White House correspondent at Fox News Radio from December 2014 – January 2021 following his depature from both Reuters Television and SiriusXM. During his tenure at Fox, in March 2017, Decker was drawn into a scandal whereby he confronted The Gateway Pundit, Lucian Wintrich, and reported to the White House briefing room that Wintrich’s news company dispised “blacks, Jews, Hispanics,” as stated by a reporter from BuzzFeed.
Jon Decker Salary
He earns an annual salary ranging between $ 10,000 – $ 100,000.
Jon Decker Net Worth
Decker has an estimated net worth of between $1 million – $5 Million.