Kendra Kent Biography
Kendra Kent is a prominent American journalist currently serving as a chief meteorologist for FOX since joining in June 2008. Prior to joining her current station, she served as a weekend meteorologist at KFSM-TV in Fayetteville.
Kendra Kent Age
Kendra Kent was born in Galveston, Texas, in the United States. However, details with reference to her exact date and year of birth are not known at the moment. This section is under thorough review and we shall update it as soon as she reveals the information to the public.
Kendra Kent Height
Kendra stands at a height of 5 feet 4 inches (approx 1.62m).
Kendra Kent Family
Kendra was born in Galveston, Texas, and was brought up in Mt. St. Helens in Toutle, Washington by her hardworking and caring parents. However, she has not disclosed any information with regard to her parents’ names, profession and if she has any siblings remains an enigma.
Kendra Kent Husband
She is married to her nice-looking and caring husband named Brannon. Kendra started her motherhood in April 2013, when she ushered in her first baby daughter called Stella. Later, she welcomed her charming twin; Dean and Nolan born in June 2018. Currently, the family of five lives in Greenville. Due to Kendra’s secretive nature, very little is known about her husband. This section concerning the couple will be updated as soon as we acquire any detailed information on the matter.
Kendra Kent Education
She attended Tulane University where she graduated with a bachelor’s degree in molecular biology. Later on, Kendra matriculated at Mississippi State University and graduated with a degree in broadcast meteorology.
Kendra Kent Salary
She pockets a desirable salary of $86,970 annually. This is according to FOX News chief meteorologists’ salaries.
Kendra Kent Net Worth
Kendra Kent has victoriously amassed her legally acquired fortune over the previous years and has an estimated net worth ranging between $1 Million – $5 Million.
Kendra Kent Career
Kendra commenced her career in Fayetteville, where she served as a journalist in June 2006, when she took a job invitation to serve as a weekend meteorologist at KFSM. After serving at the station for 2 years, she left the station and moved to Greenville, where she serves at her current station.
She has served as an intern at both WDSU-TV and KPRC -TV. Throughout her career, she has served as a news anchor, reporter, meteorologist, producer, and host at numerous major television stations.