Karen Holmes Biography
Karen Holmes is a Director of Public Relations and Community Services at WCVB, also she works at CityLine which is WCVB’s award-winning weekly magazine program as an executive producer, and in the 2018 Massachusetts Broadcasters Hall of Fame, she was featured in it.
Karen Holmes Age
Karen Holmes was born in the United States of America. However, she has not released any details on her exact date and year of birth, however, research on this is being pushed onwards and will be updated soon as available.
Karen Holmes Height
Karen stands at a moderate height of 5 ft 6 in/1.67 m tall.
Karen Holmes Education
Karen studied at Boston University’s School of Public Communications and graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Public Communications (COM). Also from Merrimack College, Boston University, as well as Cambridge College, she became the holder of honorary doctorates in humane letters as well as communications.
Karen Holmes Family
Karen has managed to keep details on her parents and siblings away from the public, however, research on this is being researched on and will be updated soon as available.
Karen Holmes Husband
Karen shared her marriage vows with Forrest Ward, who sadly passed away on May 23rd, 2015. Together they have two kids Adina Madden Isaac and Taylor Ross Ward. More information on this will be updated soon.
Karen Holmes Salary
Karen annually earns a salary of $99,784. This is according to WCVB Director of Public Relations salaries.
Karen Holmes Net Worth
Karen’s estimated net worth is $1.2 million.
Karen Holmes Career
Karen Holmes is a Director of Public Relations and Community Services at WCVB, also she works at CityLine which is WCVB’s award-winning weekly magazine program as an executive producer, and in the 2018 Massachusetts Broadcasters Hall of Fame, she was featured in it. She also works for Return to Glory as an Executive Producer. Previously, she worked at WEEI News Radio as a writer, also she works at WILD-Radio as a News Director, and she also works at WGBH-TV as a reporter.
Into the bargain, she earned various awards for her efforts in the community such as; MassVote’s ‘Champion of Democracy, Big Sister of Greater Boston Achievement Award, the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences, Urban League of Eastern Massachusetts President’s Award, Boston Jaycees Ten Outstanding Young Leaders Award, ‘Silver Circle Award for Lifetime Achievement, among others.