Jaclyn Stein Wiki
Jaclyn Stein is a well-known jewelry designer from Canada. She rose to prominence thanks to her husband, Ariel Helwani, a well-known Canadian journalist. She graduated from McGill University with a degree in jewelry design and began her career as a jewelry designer. Jaclyn Stein is also well-known as the CEO of Anzie Jewelry, a jewelry firm. She was not a well-known figure in the media before her marriage; she rose to prominence as a result of her husband’s celebrity. In this article we are going to talk about biography, career, and family of Jaclyn Stein so read the full article here.
Her spouse, Ariel Helwani, is a well-known sports journalist who works as a host for Fox Sports, a well-known sports channel. Jaclyn is also on Instagram, where she goes by the handle @jaclynstein.
Jaclyn Stein can be reached @Jaclyn_helwani on twitter and has been followed by only 59 people. So she is not yet very popular on twitter.
Jaclyn Stein Net worth
According to some media reports Net worth of Jaclyn Stein is somewhere between 1 Million dollars to 3.5 Million dollars.
Husband of Jaclyn Stein
Ariel Helwani (born July 8, 1982) is a mixed martial arts journalist who primarily covers Canada and the United States.
Helwani was born in Montreal, Quebec, Canada, to Mizrahi Jewish parents. Helwani’s mother is Egyptian, and his father is Lebanese. He is the maternal nephew of Gad Saad, an evolutionary psychologist, and David Saad, a judoka who competed in the men’s lightweight category in the 1976 Summer Olympics. Helwani speaks English, French, and Hebrew fluently, as well as Spanish and Arabic.
Helwani attended the Akiva School and Herzliah High School in Mount Royal, Quebec, and Westmount (a city on Montreal’s Island).
Helwani earned his bachelor’s degree in public communications from Syracuse University’s S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications in Syracuse, New York, in 2004.
Helwani is the father of three children.
The Buffalo Bills, New York Knicks, Toronto Blue Jays, Montreal Canadiens, and Everton FC are among Helwani’s favorite teams.
On March 8, 2022, Helwani became an American citizen.
Since 2006, Helwani has been a professional mixed martial arts reporter. Before joining ESPN in May 2018, he worked for MMA Fighting. He previously worked as a “MMA Insider” for Fox Sports 1’s weekly UFC Tonight broadcast, as well as various pre- and post-event coverage.
He was previously the co-host of the Sirius XM radio show Fight Club, as well as the host of The MMA Hour podcast and the YouTube video MMA Beat. He is the Mixed Martial Arts Journalists Association’s interim vice president.
At the World MMA Awards in 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, and 2019, Helwani was voted “MMA Journalist of the Year.”
He was designated one of FIGHT! Magazine’s “Power 20” in 2011, a list of the “most significant power players, movers, shakers, ambassadors, and game-changers in MMA,” and was dubbed “the Howard Cosell of MMA.”
Helwani was named “2014 Journalist of the Year” in the Awakening WMMA Awards in the beginning of 2015.
He’s presented two Helwani Nose Awards events in Chicago and Las Vegas, where current and former MMA fighters compete for the Nose World Order crown in a UFC trivia show.
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