Is Sheinelle Jones Still On the Today show 2022?

Sheinelle Jones is an American journalist and newscaster. She works for the news channel Today, which means she will continue to appear on the Today show until December 21, 2019.

Sheinelle is almost 22 years after starting her journey as a news host and news anchor.

 As well she is continuing her career as a news host.

She was born on April 19, 1978. So Jones is 43 years old as of April 19, 2021.

She will soon be 44 years old from April 19, 2022.

Sheinelle completed her primary school at Wichita brooks middle magnet school.

And she joined Wichita heights High school, which is located in Wichita, Kansas. She joined Northwestern University in Evanston, Illinois for her university.

Where is Sheinelle Jones Today?

Sheinelle Jones works in the Today News channel as a news anchor and journalist. She Started her journalist career in Springfield, Illinois. Today is a news channel where she worked before joining the NBC news channel.

She joined this Today News channel on October 4, 2014. The channel station is located on the ground floor at 49th and Rockefeller center, overlooking Rockefeller Plaza, in New York City.

In Today Channel, she became the co-anchor in January 2019 on the third hour, Today.

According to these details, She might be residing there with her family, including her children and husband. 

She married her husband Uche Ojeh in 2007. Sheinelle Jones and Uche have three children together

Sheinelle Jones Illness - What Happen To Her?

Sheinelle Jones left the channel Today on December 21, 2021, and this was her last day on the weekend today channel. 

She left the weekend Today new channel on December 21, 2019, due to her health problem. Jones had her throat surgery to remove lesions from her vocal cords.

After that, she could not speak a single word for two weeks. Today's news channel is regarding that she is having surgery on the vocal cord to remove those lesions.

A lesion is an abnormal alteration in an organism's tissue induced by trauma. The Latin word of the lesion is "injury" that may occur in plants and animals.