Willow Bay Biography

Willow Bay is a former model from the United States of America who is a journalist, author, and editor. She is also the sixth and former CEO of Disney, Robert Allen Iger. Ms. Bay has been Dean of the USC Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism since 2017, having previously served as its Director.

Willow has served as a Special Correspondent for Bloomberg Television and as a Senior Editor for the Huffington Post during her career as a journalist.

How old is Willow Bay? – Age

She was as Kristine Carlin Bay born on 26 December 1963 in New York City, New York, U.S.

Where did Willow Bay go to school? – Education

She went to Phillips Academy in Andover, Massachusetts, and graduated from Dominican Academy, an all-girls Catholic institution in New York. She received her undergraduate education from the University of Pennsylvania and her MBA from New York University’s Stern School of Business.

Willow Bay – Family

New York City, New York, is where Bay was born.

Willow Bay’s Husband – Who is Bob Iger’s wife?

Ms. Bay is the wife of Bob Iger, Walt Disney’s 6th and former CEO (full name: Robert Allen Iger). On February 26, 2020, Iger stepped down as CEO of Disney, however, he will continue to serve as Chairman until 2021. Iger and Bay have two sons and have been married since 1995. Before marrying Bay in 1995, Iger was previously married, and he has two other children from that marriage. They are Bay’s stepdaughters, making the Iger family a family of four.

Willow Bay's photo
Willow Bay’s photo

What is Bay’s Salary?

Her salary is under review.

Bay’s Net Worth

She receives a predicted net worth that ranges between $3 million and $5 million.

Willow Bay Career

Ford Models represented her when she was a fashion model. From 1983 through 1989, she served as an ambassador for Estée Lauder cosmetics.

On NBC’s Today Show, Bay worked as a correspondent. She was a correspondent for ABC’s World News Saturday and Sunday and a co-anchor of ABC’s Good Morning America Sunday for four years. She was a co-host of NBA Inside Stuff from 1991 to 1998 alongside Ahmad Rashd.

She worked for CNN as an anchor, hosting two primetime shows, CNN & Entertainment Weekly and CNN & Fortune, as well as CNN’s flagship financial news program, Moneyline. In 2005 and 2006, she worked for MSNBC and NBC News as a freelance anchor and correspondent. Spotlight 25 on Lifetime Television included her as executive producer and host.
Talking to Your Kids in Tough Times: How to Answer Your Child’s Questions About the World We Live In is a book by Bay (2003). Bay worked as a senior editor for the Huffington Post in Los Angeles. She has assisted with the site’s expansion of non-political material and new verticals. She interviewed Warren Buffett and President Bill Clinton for the Newsmaker series in cooperation with Yahoo! News and the Huffington Post.

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