Karen Hunter Bio, Age, Height, Husband, Salary, Net worth, Urban View
Karen Hunter Biography
Karen Hunter is an eminent American journalist and talk show host, publisher, as well as co-author of many books. As of now, since April 2017, Hunter is the host of SiriusXM Urban View. Karen at Hunter College is also a Distinguished Lecturer. Before, She worked at NY Daily News as a columnist and editorial writer.
Karen Hunter Age
Karen was born in East Orange, New Jersey, in the United States, on April 24, 1966. She is 56 years old and on April 24, every year celebrates her birthday.
Karen Hunter Height
Hunter stands at a height of 5 ft 7 inches (Approx 1.7 m).
Karen Hunter Education
She studied and graduated in 1983 from Marylawn of the Oranges High School. Later on, Karen joined Drew University and received a B.A. in English literature in 1987.
Karen Hunter Family
She was born and brought up in East Orange, New Jersey, to her caring and loving father and mother Donald and Marge Hunter. Karen has a brother named Kevin Hunter. Her dad owned a successful corner store in Newark, N.J. Donald when he graduated from college receives a degree in business administration, focusing on accounting took over the store. Her dad also served as a parole officer while Her mom also served for a5 years at Prudential.
Karen Hunter Husband
Karen is happily married to her caring, loving, and supportive husband and Karen has not shared his name with the public. The duo lives in South Orange, New Jersey. Though, once the details regarding her husband and children are available we shall update you on this segment.
Karen Hunter Salary
Karen earns an average salary of $72,319 per year. This is according to SiriusXM Urban View anchor’s/reporters’ salaries.
Karen Hunter Net Worth
Hunter has an approximate net worth of $10 Million
Karen Hunter Career
She currently serves at Urban View . in 1999, Karen was a concurrent member of respective news teams which won the Polk Award and the Pulitzer Prize. Before that She became a news columnist for the paper’s first African-American female; In 1988, She joined the newspaper as a sportswriter and later wrote business stories and features.
In January 2002, She became appointed by the Hunter College administration as a Professor in the Department of Film and Media Studies, Assistant Visiting, and now is a Distinguished Lecturer at Hunter College. Karen Hunter also worked for three years in New York City as a morning radio talk show host.