Sharon Hibner Maines Bio, Age, Family, Husband, KCBD, Salary, Net Worth

Sharon Hibner Maines

Sharon Hibner Maines Biography

Sharon Hibner Maines is an American news anchor, reporter, and executive producer who works for KCBD-TV. She anchors the station’s No 1 rated morning show known as Daybreak Today. In addition, she can be seen during the morning on Daybreak Today from 5 a.m. to 7 a.m. each weekday morning.

Sharon Hibner Maines Age

Her age is publicly unavailable.

Sharon Hibner Maines Height

Hibner stands at a height of 5 feet 6 inches tall.

Sharon Hibner Maines Education

She attended Lake Highlands High School in Dallas then continued with her studies and joined Texas Tech University where she majored in Mass Communications.

Sharon Hibner Maines Family

After doing proper research, she has not talked about her parents, siblings, or relatives. She is a native of Takoma Park, Maryland, and resides in Maryland, New Jersey.

Sharon Hibner Maines Husband

She is married to Kenny Maines. He was born on July 26, 1954, in Lubbock, Texas. Additionally, his parents were James and Edith Maines. Kenny was the third of five siblings in the Maines household. Furthermore, he is a musician and former Lubbock County Commissioner.

Sharon Hibner Maines Kids

The couple is blessed with two children Brian and Jeremy. Brian the older son, attended Texas Tech University then graduated in 2005. He works as a Realtor at Keller Williams. Besides that, he is the owner and instructor at Make Some Noise Drum Lessons and he is a member of the worship band at First Baptist Church in Lubbock. Finally, he is a proud dad of two daughters.

Jeremy who is the younger son studied at the University of Texas in Austin and graduated in 2007 with an Architecture Design Degree. He works at JLL an investment management company. He is a Senior Project Manager at the company. Jeremy also owns the JM & Co, a design and project management company based in Los Angeles and San Francisco, California. He is married to Katie Harris Maines, she is a 2007 graduate of the University of Texas at Austin. In brief, she is the Director of Innovations with VISA situated in San Francisco and they have one child.

Sharon Hibner Maines KCBD

Hibner is a news anchor, reporter, and Executive Producer working for KCBD-TV. To begin with, she left television after more than a decade then joined the corporate world where she worked as a Consumer Affairs specialist and Commercial Spokesperson for Furr’s Supermarkets, Inc, Hibner spent seven years working at Furr’s. Additionally, she returned to Lubbock television in 1995 to work as KCBD-TV’s morning show and noon news anchor. Because of her hard work, in October 2015 she got promoted to Executive Producer of DayBreak Today changing her schedule to work overnights as a result, she went off the noon news. She was anxious to join a morning news program since both of her sons were in school, for this reason, this afforded her afternoons and evenings to travel to their sporting and school events and spend time with them.

Before that, she started her television career in her second year at Texas Tech University in Lubbock. Hibner joined CBS affiliate where she worked as an anchor of the 6 p.m. and 10 p.m. newscasts for seven years. Furthermore, she was News Director for three years and Produced both shows.

Afterward, she left CBS affiliate and joined ABC affiliate in Lubbock. While she was at ABC affiliate, she served as the Anchor for the 6 p.m. and 10 p.m. newscasts and was the Producer of both shows for seven years.

Apart from that, she was recognized by Texas Tech University’s College of Media and Communications as an Outstanding student in 2017. Moreover, she worked at the Lubbock-Cooper Independent School District Board of Trustees for more than a decade. Hibner has dedicated annually to helping students thus she has been honored with numerous awards and recognition. She spent some years teaching pupils reading on the junior high level. Hibner has been honored by the Texas Classroom Teachers Association after being recognized as Volunteer of the Year. Furthermore, she received the Superintendent of the Year award because she served to Lubbock-Cooper ISD. To sum up, she was honored by the Texas State Classroom Teachers Association as the best broadcaster in the state of Texas who covers Educational issues in January 2011.

Sharon Hibner Maines Salary

Hibner receives an approximated salary of $10,000 – $100,000.

Sharon Hibner Maines Net Worth

She has an estimated net worth of $1 million – $5 million.

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