Kelsey Kernstine Biography
Kelsey Kernstine is an American anchor and reporter in News 9 News 9 team since November 2019, when she served as traffic anchor as well as a multi-media journalist. Prior to becoming part of News 9 News 9 team, she was a reporter for two years and anchoring for KMIZ and KMIZ Columbia.
Kelsey Kernstine Age
The details regarding her birth date aren’t available yet, so the info will be updated when it is made available.
Kelsey Kernstine Height
Kernstine is a tall man of 5 feet and 6 inches tall.
Kelsey Kernstine Family
The couple was parents Cassandra Ortenblad and Kernstine who was a nurse as well as Kemp Kernstine Sr. who was a physician. Kelsey has four siblings: 2 sisters Megan as well as Kendal with two brothers, Kemp Jr., and Keene.
Kelsey Kernstine Husband
Kernstine remains single, and has not revealed any information regarding her relationship status. The info will be revised when it becomes accessible.
Kelsey Kernstine Salary
Kernstine earns an annual pay of $ 34K to the amount of $56 k. According to News 9 News anchors/reporters’ pay scales.
Kelsey’s Kernstine’s net worth
Kernstine is estimated to have a Net Worth of between $ 100k between $ 1 million and $100k. Her work as a news anchor her main sources of revenue.
Kelsey Kernstine Education
She received her bachelor’s diploma in Communication with minors in television and film from UCLA and graduated Phi Beta Kappa and Magna Cum Laude.
Kelsey Kernstine Career
Kernstine She is an American anchor for news and a reporter who is currently part of News 9 News 9 team since November 2019, when she served as traffic reporter and multi-media journalist. Prior to being a part of her position on the News 9 team, she was a reporter for two years and anchoring for KMIZ at Columbia. She worked as an intern for KCAL9 in addition to MTV News prior to entering the film industry after graduation.
She reported on in 2019 the EF3 tornado that struck Jefferson City, the Branson duck-boat sinking and crime and the severe flooding that swept throughout the State. Before becoming journalist she made her way up the entertainment business within Los Angeles, working for numerous film and television producers. When she’s not working she is a fan of spending time with her family, doing volunteer work, as well as getting get to know the OKC region.