Kristen Kennedy Biography
Kristen Kennedy is an eminent American journalist currently working for WKYT as a morning news anchor and investigative reporter. In June 2010 from West Texas, She joined the TV station.
Previously, Kennedy served as a news reporter and an anchor for KAMC in Lubbock. While there, Kristen provided some of the region’s biggest and also most compelling stories to viewers every night.
Kristen Kennedy Age
Kristen was born and raised in South Carolina, in the United States. However, She has not disclosed any information to the public about her date and year of birth. We will update you on this section as soon as we have clear facts.
Kristen Kennedy Height
Kristen’s moderate height is 5 ft 5 inches (Approx 1.65 m).
Kristen Kennedy Education
She attended the University of Elon in Elon, North Carolina, and graduated with a Bachelor’s degree.
Kristen Kennedy Family
Kristen was born and raised to her supportive and caring parents in South Carolina, USA. However, information regarding her parents and siblings is presently away from the public eye. We will update this section as soon she shares the details about her family members.
Kristen Kennedy Husband
She is married to her devoted husband called Lee K. Howard. The duo shares two children, named Meg Howard and Kingston Howard. The family presently lives in Lexington.
Kristen Kennedy Salary
Kristen’s average salary is $105,450 per year. This is according to WKYT News anchors’ and reporters’ salaries.
Kristen Kennedy Net Worth
Kennedy has an estimated net worth of $1 Million – $5 Million.
Kristen Kennedy Career
She has been working as an investigative reporter and morning news anchor at WKYT since joining in June 2010. Before that, Kristen served for KAMC in Lubbock as a news anchor and reporter.
During her time at KAMU, Kennedy provided some of the biggest and most captivating stories to viewers every night.
Besides that, Kristen on the ground in West Liberty, Kentucky was among the first crew. In addition, Kennedy also covered student riots after the University of Kentucky men’s basketball team obtained their eighth NCAA National Championship.
She has also conducted various interviews with newsmakers such as governors, and mayors, as well as a “caped condom crusader”.