Nancy Donehower ( JeoPardy ) : Family, Net Worth, Husband, Children, Age and Professin

Nancy Donehower is a retired college admissions counselor and author know all about her in this article as like her Family, Net Worth, Husband, Children, Age, Professin and Wikipedia

Name Nancy Donehower
Birthdate ( Age) 1962 ( 59 Years )
Place of Birth Portland, Oregon, U.S.
Nationality American
Marital Status  Married
Spouse/Partner Name not Known
Children Not Known
Parents Name not Known
Education Sarah Lawrence College, University of Edinburgh
Profession Psychologist
Net Worth $ 200 k
Last Update October 2021

Nancy Donehower is a retired college admissions counselor and author from Portland, Oregon. She is currently in the limelight for her appearance in tv show Jeopardy against Jonathan Fischer, who has won several rounds before.

Donehower faces serious competition from Fisher, an actor originally from Coral Gables, Florida, who has won 11 games. That streak represents the first time “Jeopardy!” has seen “back-to-back double-digit champs,” as the “Jeopardy!” Twitter account notes.

Early Life and Family

Nancy Donehower is 59 years old as of 2021.Nancy has completed her high school education but the details about the same have been kept away from the limelight. For her higher studies, she went to Sarah Lawrence College and earned B.A. in Psychology. She further attended The University of Edinburgh. Over there she earned a Ph.D. in Psychology.

Nancy Donehower Husband

Nancy Donehower is possibely married but she has not revela about her husband and Childrens.Currently, she is enjoying her retired life by appearing on a popular reality TV series. She also likes to spend her quality time with family and colleagues.

Nancy Donehower Net Worth

Nancy Donehower is a retired college admissions counselor and author from Portland, Oregon has an estimated Net Worth around $200K.

Professional Career

After completing his education he started working in 1989. She served as the Senior Associate Director of Graduate Admissions at Duke University for 8 years. In 1997 she served as Dean of Admissions for three years at Reed College. In 2004 she was director of college counseling at Head-Royce School.

She worked with the Head-Royce School for 4 years. After 4 years he began working as the Director of College Counseling at the Caitlin Gabel School.In In 2012 she was a college advisor and writer at Donehower College Counseling for 6 years.

She has retired from work but in 2021 she is seen in a TV series named Jopardi. It is a classic game show where answers are given first and then the contestants supply questions. She has won $19,400 in the game which is his win from the previous day. In the final round, he competed against Jonathan Fischer and became the new Jopardi champion.