Lauren Barnas Biography
Lauren Barnas is a prominent American former reporter and anchor. She is currently working at Development Counsellors International as a Senior Account Executive, the leader in marketing places since October 2021. She focuses on talent attraction and economic development. Earlier, she worked as an Investigative Reporter and News Anchor at News-Press & Gazette Company from June 2020 to August 2021.
Lauren Barnas Age
Lauren Barnas was born on September 3, in Springfield, Missouri, United States. However, details regarding her exact year of birth remain under the radar.
Lauren Barnas Height
Lauren stands at a height of 5 feet 5 inches (Approx 1.65m).
Lauren Barnas Family
Lauren was born to her stalwart and devoted father and mother in Springfield, Missouri, United States of America. She was raised along with her brother Bake who celebrates his birthday on August 19, every year. Nevertheless, Lauren has not disclosed any information with reference to her parents.
Lauren Barnas Husband
Lauren got engaged to her loving and supportive fiance named Adam in 2021. Their wedding is now underway and Lauren can’t wait to say I do to her present fiance. The pair got engaged after dating for more than 5 years.
Lauren Barnas Education
She attined her high school diploma from Springfield’s Central High School. Later on, Lauren attended the University of Missouri School of Journalism where she graduated with a degree in Broadcast Journalism.
Lauren Barnas Salary
She bags a desirable salary of $87,693 per year. This is according to Development Counsellors International Senior Account Executives’ salaries.
Lauren Barnas Net Worth
Lauren Barnes has victoriously amassed his decently acquired wealth over the previous years and has an estimated net worth of $2 million.
Lauren Barnas Career
She is currently working at Development Counsellors International as a Senior Account Executive, the leader in marketing places since October 2021. She focuses on talent attraction and economic development. Earlier, she worked as an Investigative Reporter and News Anchor at News-Press & Gazette Company from June 2020 to August 2021. From June 2017 to June 2020 she worked as an anchor at KRDO Channel 13 News located in Springfield, Missouri.
There, she co-anchored a two-hour morning newscast including live hits on the local lifestyle show called Ozarks Fox AM. Lauren was nominated for an Emmy award after covering a duck boat sinking on Table Rock Lake that tragically killed 17 people. Previously, she started anchoring the early mornings on the news desk.
While still in school, Lauren received a Hearst Award due to investigative reporting on a middle school student’s death after being bullied. Her investigations led to a change of legislation as well as harsher oversight for Missouri schools. Besides being a journalist, she loves exploring the area alongside her German Shepherd. From 2012 to 2017, she served at KOMU-TV. Lauren joined the channel as a Digital Producer and became a producer, anchor, and reporter in August 2012. She worked there until May 2017.
Prior to that, she worked in Costa Rica as a Study Abroad Field Journalist at the Missouri School of Journalism from December 2015 to January 2016. Lauren also worked as an anchor and reporter for KBIA 91.3 FM based in Columbia, Missouri Area from August 2015 to December 2015. She worked as a Contact KY3 Intern at KY3 Inc. (KYTV) in Springfield, Missouri Area from May 2015 to August 2015.