March 22, 2023

Willow Bay (Bob Iger Wife) Bio, Wiki, Age, Children, Net worth, ABC News, USC Annenberg School

Willow Bay Biography

Willow Bay whose birth name is Kristine Carlin Bay is an American former model, journalist, editor and author. She is the dean of the USC Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism and the first woman to hold that title in the school’s history.

Willow Bay Age

Willow is 56 years old as of February 2020; she was born on December 28, 1963 in New York City, New York, U.S.

Willow Bay Education

Bay attended Dominican Academy in New York and graduated from Phillips Academy in Andover, Massachusetts. She earned a bachelor’s degree from the University of Pennsylvania and an MBA from New York University’s Stern School of Business.

Willow Bay Husband

Bay married her husband Bob Iger in 1995. Bob is an American media executive, film producer, author and businessman. He is the Executive Chairman and former Chief Executive Officer (C.E.O.) of The Walt Disney Company from 2005 to 2020.

Willow Bay Children – Willow Bay Sons

Bay is a mother to two sons Robert Maxwell “Max” Iger (born 1998) and William Iger (born 2002). She is also the stepmother to Iger’s two daughters, from his first marriage, Kater Iger and Amanda Iger.

Willow Bay Model

Bay began her career as a model while in high school. She revealed that she went into Seventeen Magazine asking for an internship, and they told her she might be more suited toward modeling, so she signed with Ford Models the same day. She modeled for Estee Lauder.

Willow Bay Journalist

Bay was a senior editor and senior strategic adviser of The Huffington Post, where she managed editorial content and growth initiatives for the pioneering on-line news site. She worked closely with founders Arianna Huffington and Ken Lerer, where she oversaw the launch of over a dozen news, business and lifestyle content verticals including eight metro pages across the country.

She was a special correspondent for Bloomberg TV and host of Women to Watch. She also reported and anchored for ABC News’ Good Morning America/Sunday and served as a correspondent for Good Morning America and World News Weekend.

She was also the first woman to co-anchor CNN’s flagship daily financial news program Moneyline News Hour. She also anchored Business Unusual and Pinnacle.

Bay also worked at NBC where she co-hosted NBA Inside Stuff, the NBA’s weekly magazine show, and served as a correspondent for the Today Show morning program.

Willow Bay USC Annenberg School

In July 2017 Willow was appointed dean of the USC Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism and holder of the Walter H. Annenberg Chair in Communication. She previously served as the director of the USC Annenberg School of Journalism (2014–17).

She launched the Annenberg Media Center in Wallis Annenberg Hall, introduced the school’s new Bachelor of Arts in Journalism degree program, welcomed the first cohort of the school’s nine-month Master of Science in Journalism program, forged partnerships with key media industry partners, and created new curriculum and fellowships for master’s students. Bay’s work to ensure that current and future communicators are fluent writers across many digital platforms was recognized with the Award of Honor from the PEN Center USA.

Willow Bay Net worth

Willow’s net worth is unknown.

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