Jovita Moore : Family, Net Worth, Parents, Husband, Children and Cause of Death

Jovita Moore was an American Journalist Know all about her in this article as like her Family, Net Worth, Parents, Husband, Children and Cause of Death

Name Jovita Moore
Birthdate ( Age) 4 October 1968
Place of Birth New York, the USA
Nationality American
Marital Status  Divorced
Spouse/Partner Sean Griffith
Children Two
Parents Name not Known
Education Bachelor of Arts in Literature
Profession American Journalist
Net Worth $1 Million – $2 Million
Last Update October 2021

Jovita Moore was an American Journalist.Moore was a part of the Channel 2 Action News since she joined the outlet in 1998.

She was awarded for her outstanding reporting on medical as Emmy in 2001 and has been enlisted in the list of 50 Most Beautiful Women by Jebel’s Magazine

Early Life and Family

Jovita Moore took birth in New York, the USA. Thus, she belongs to American nationality. Her birth date is 4th October 1968. She came from a mixed ethnic background of American-African however, her race is white. Raised by a single mother, she grew up in New York. She has not revealed her parent’s name.

Jovita Moore attended Bennington College in 1985 from where she graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Literature in 1989. Then, she attended Columbia University and Graduate School of Journalism in the year 1989, from where she earned a Master’s of Science in Broadcast Journalism, in 1990.

Jovita Moore Husband, Was Jovita Moore Married

Jovita Moore was previously married with husband Sean Griffith but the divorced . She is the proud single mom of three kids whose names go by Shelby, Marley, and Josh. Her children are grown up. She is living a happy life with her children as of today. Her sexual orientation is straight.

Jovita Moore Net Worth

Jovita Moore Jovita Moore was an American Journalist for presenting the daily newscast of WSB-TV has an estimated Net Worth around $1 Million – $2 Million in 2021.

Professional Career

Moore was a part of the Channel 2 Action News since she joined the outlet in 1998.Before joining Channel 2 Action News, Moore was stationed at WMC-TV in Memphis and KFSM in Fayetteville and Fort Smith, Arkansas.Being an American News Presenter, Reporter and for presenting the daily newscast of WSB-TV in Atlanta, Georgia. For serving on the board of “Genesis Shelter”, an NGO dedicated to helping new mothers and newborns.

By working with KFSM (television station) in Arkansas, Jovita began her career. She worked for KFSM-TV for three years and she was promoted as an anchor at WMC-TV in Tennessee. Then, she associated with WBS-TV (Channel 2 Action News) in Georga and she is currently working here.

Also a philanthropist, Jovita gave her time in NGO across Atlanta. What’s more, she is the owner of a non-profit youth organization named ‘Live to Prosper’.She served her community establishing her mark as a member of Outstanding Atlanta’s class of 2004 and leadership Atlanta’s Class of 2007.

Moreover, she is also a member of the Association of Black Journalists and the National Association of Black Belt journalists. Not only this but also she serves on the board of ‘Genesis Shelter’.

Cause of Death

disoriented, and just not feeling myself. Feeling like I was in a fog and really wanting to get out of that fog,” Jovita said. She is currently surrounded by her family as she prepares to undergo surgery Friday morning. Recovery from the surgery will last 8-10 weeks and we will keep you updated on her progress on Channel 2 Action News at

Per the outlet, the 52-year-old was diagnosed with an aggressive form of brain cancer in March.According to the outlet, Moore was diagnosed with glioblastoma, the most common type of brain cancer.In April, Moore underwent brain surgery after doctors discovered two masses on her brain. defines glioblastoma as a “fast-growing type of central nervous system tumor that forms from glial (supportive) tissue of the brain and spinal cord and has cells that look very different from normal cells.”The type of cancer usually occurs in adults and affects the brain more often than the spinal cord.