Kirstin Garriss Biography
Kirstin Garriss is a renowned American journalist currently serving as a Washington DC correspondent at Cox Media Group. Prior to that, she worked at FOX13 Memphis (WHBQ) as an investigative reporter. While there, she walked miles with protesters following the death of George Floyd, and covered the police reform changes that followed. She is also an active member of Investigative Reporters and Editors as well as the National Association of Black Journalists.
Kirstin Garriss Age
Kirstin Garriss was born in the United States. Nevertheless, she has not disclosed any information about her date, month, and year of birth. Therefore, her exact age and the date she celebrates her birthday are currently unavailable.
Kirstin Garriss Height
Kirstin stands at a height of 5 feet 6 inches (Approx 1.68 m).
Kirstin Garriss Husband
Despite being a public figure, Kirstin has managed to keep her love life away from the public. Therefore, it is not clear whether she is single, in a relationship, or married. More information will be updated once the information is available to the public.
Kirstin Garriss Family
Kirstin was born to her hardworking and caring father and mother in the United States. She has however not divulged any information in regard to her parents’ names and occupations to the public. Moreover, it’s not known whether Kirstin has siblings or not.
Kirstin Garriss Education
She attended the University of New Carolina at Chapel Hill where she graduated with a B.A. in Journalism – Electronic Communications with a double minor in History and Spanish for the professions in 2011.
Kirstin Garriss Salary
She receives a decent salary ranging between $53,000 – 120,600 annually.
Kirstin Garriss’ Net Worth
Kirstin has managed to stockpile a decent amount of wealth throughout her career and has an estimated net worth ranging between $1 million – $3 million.
Kirstin Garriss Career
She is currently serving as a Washington DC correspondent at Cox Media Group. Prior to that, she worked at FOX13 Memphis (WHBQ) as an investigative reporter. While there, she walked miles with protesters following the death of George Floyd, and covered the police reform changes that followed.
Prior to moving to Memphis, Kirstin served as the Government Reporter for Spectrum News in Charlotte, North Carolina. During her stint in Charlotte, Kirstin covered the 2016 Democratic National Convention and Republican National Convention and Charlotte’s bid for the 2020 Republican National Convention.
She has also worked at WDVM in Hagerstown, Maryland, and covered the Maryland General Assembly and at NBC News and NPR in Washington, D.C. She was a Gracies Ward winner in 2021. Moreover, Kirstin earned a national honor from the Alliance for Women in Media Foundation recognizing females in the media industry.