Jo-Ann Roberts

Jo-Ann Roberts

Jo-Ann Roberts
Quick Facts About Jo-Ann Roberts
Celebrated Name Jo-Ann Roberts
Age -1 years old
Nick Name Jo-Ann Roberts
Birth Name Jo-Ann Roberts
Birth Date 1956
Gender Female
Profession Canadian journalist
Nationality Canadian
Place of Birth Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada
Ethnicity white
Religion Christianity
Education Mount Allison University and Carleton University
Mother Ella
Sister Jane
Brother David

Who is Jo-Ann Roberts?

Jo-Ann Roberts is a Canadian journalist and politician who currently serves as the interim leader of the Green Party of Canada since November 4, 2019, having been appointed by Elizabeth May upon her immediate resignation. She previously served as the deputy leader since 2018 and was a broadcaster with the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation.

Where is Jo-Ann Roberts from?

Jo-Ann Roberts is from Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada. She was born in Nov 1956. She has Canadian nationality and belongs to White ethnicity. Her religion is Christianity. Her Mom, Ella, along with her sister, Jane, and brother, David lives in Halifax. Further information on her childhood life is not much known yet. her father passed away 11 years back from now. Jo-Ann has a B.A. degree from Mount Allison University and a journalism degree from Carleton University.


What is Jo-Ann Roberts's occupation?

 Jo-Ann Roberts is an award-winning, veteran journalist. She began her career as a TV and radio reporter in Saint John, NB. She was a host on CBC Radio for 20 years, 10 years with Information Morning in Moncton and then 10 years on the other side of the country as the host of the afternoon show for Vancouver Island. She covered the 2010 Olympics in Vancouver and received a national award for being part of the team covering the Stanley Cup Riots. She is an expert on public broadcasting and has taught at the university level and provided workshops on media literacy. She has also worked in communications in Sackville, NB, and Winnipeg, MB, where along with two partners, she owned and operated MRC, a media relations, and training company. Jo-Ann was a candidate for the Green Party of Canada in Victoria in the last federal election. Since then she continues to work on issues affecting climate change, housing, democratic reform, and income inequality. After her career in broadcasting, she was the Community Relations and Advancement Consultant for Threshold Housing Society, serving homeless youth and served as a board member of The Victoria Foundation, Literacy Victoria and  Mount St. Mary Hospital.

What is Jo-Ann Robert's salary?

Her exact salary number and net worth are still not reported. Her major source of income is her journalist and political career. She also owns and operates a successful small business and Media Relations Consultants. Her cars and house information are still under speculation.

Who is Jo-Ann Robert's husband?

Jo-Ann now lives in Halifax with her husband Ken Kelly, an urban planner. Information on how they met and when they got married are still to be reported. They have four children, namely, Meghan Kelly, Alyson Kelly, Claire Kelly, Christopher Kelly, and two grandchildren. They are happily living together up to their old age.