Kate Russell Bio, Age, Height, Husband, Salary, Net Worth, National Geographic Traveller

Kate Russell is an English technology journalist,  author, gamer, speaker, and streamer. She now writes a column called Tech Traveller for the National Geographic Traveller magazine.

Russell made her first TV appearance with her family in a pilot episode of the game show called Johnny Ball Games. The show was presented by Johnny Ball. In 1995, She appeared on children’s television in the show called Fish and Chips on Nickelodeon.

A few years later, Russell moved on to present on technology, fronting a show called Chips With Everything on The Computer Channel (later renamed to .tv).

Previously, Kate was featured regularly on CNBC Europe as a reporter as well as a producer. She has appeared on GMTV and The Pod Delusion as well and won the individual digital and technology category in the 2015 UK Blog Awards. Also, she was voted the 13th most influential woman in UK IT by Computer Weekly in 2016.

Kate Russell Age

Kate Russell was born in Hertfordshire, England in 1968. She is 54 years old.

Kate Russell Height

Russell is a woman of average stature and stands at a moderate height of 5 ft 5 inches ( Approx 1.65 m).

Kate Russell Family

Kate was born and brought up to her loving parents in Harpenden, Hertfordshire. However, information about her parents or siblings is under research and will be updated as soon as confirmed.

Kate Russell Husband

Despite her fame and publicity, She has managed to keep her personal life away from the limelight, however, information regarding this matter at hand is ongoing and will be updated as soon as available.

Kate Russell Salary

Kate earns an annual salary of $78,492 per year. This is according to  National Geographic Traveller Magazine anchors’ and reporters’ salaries.

Kate Russell Net Worth

Russell has an approximate net worth of $1 million – $5 million.

Kate Russell Career

Formerly, Kate was a freelance reporter on the Webscape segment of the BBC technology show Click. The show is broadcast in the UK on BBC News and internationally on BBC World News. She left Click in 2020 during the first UK Coronavirus lockdown. Russell decided to leave her role because she was going to try streaming as a source of income and this would be a conflict of interest with the BBC.

Kate currently writes a column called Tech Traveller for the National Geographic Traveller magazine. Previously, Russell wrote columns for Webuserand the Original Volunteers website. Her first published book Working the Cloud is a collection of tips and resources to help businesses better use the Internet. The book was published in 2013. Kate self-published her first short story titled Taken (Scary Shorts Book 1) on August 5, 2011, as a trial of Kindle Direct Publishing.

Her second book and first novel titled Elite: Mostly Harmless in 2014was published. It is a story set in the Universe of Elite computer games. The book came as a result of a successful Kickstarter campaign that raised over 400% of its funding goal.

Her third book titled A Bookkeeper’s Guide to Practical Sorcery was published in 2016. It is a children’s fantasy. This is her second novel as is an audiobook version read by Charles Collingwood. It came as the subject of another successful Kickstarter campaign.

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