Who is Kristine Sorensen?
Kristine Sorensen is from the United States. She is a journalist working with the KDKA team as a reporter and anchor since April 2003. She now anchors 5 p.m KDKA News and also does special reports as well as Kidsburgh stories, in partnership with Kidsburgh.org. It features positive things affecting children and families in the community. Previously, Kristine was the host of “Pittsburgh Today Live” for 11 years on KDKA.
Kristine Sorensen Date of Birth / Age
Sorensen was born and raised in Winter Park, Florida. She is approximately 50 years as of 2022 although her exact age is not known for she has managed to keep her date of birth away from the public. However, we will update the information once available.
Kristine Sorensen Height
Sorensen stands at a height of approximately 5 feet and 6 inches tall.
Kristine Sorensen Parents and Siblings
Sorensen’s parents, siblings, and extended member’s details will be posted later although she is originally from Winter Park Florida.
Kristine Sorensen Spouse / Husband
Sorensen’s husband is Marty Griffin who is a KDKA Radio host.
Kristine Sorensen Kids / Children
Sorensen and Marty have two daughters, namely Sophia and Chloe, and also have a son, called Vincent.
Kristine Sorensen Education
Sorensen attended Northwestern University’s Medill School of Journalism and earned a Master’s Degree in Journalism. Additionally, she has a degree in Government with a minor in dance attained from the College of William and Mary in Virginia. Further, she has a marketing certificate from Southern Methodist University and has been an adjunct professor at Point Park University.
Kristine Sorensen Career
Sorensen has been working with the KDKA team as a reporter and anchor since April 2003. She now anchors 5 p.m KDKA News and also does special reports as well as Kidsburgh stories, in partnership with Kidsburgh.org. It features positive things affecting children and families in the community. Previously, Kristine was the host for “Pittsburgh Today Live” for 11 years on KDKA.
Therebefore joining KDKA, Sorensen was a reporter and anchor in Dallas, Texas. She received a Mid-Atlantic Emmy Award which was for reporting on Human Interest Stories for her Kidsburgh reports. Kristine also reported on children in “A Musical Christmas Carol” which was on a colorful crossing guard. Additionally, she covered on an autistic boy’s story who was able to speak with aid of a unique iPad speaking device. This story was viewed by over 2million people online. Other awards Sorensen won include an Edward R. Murrow and another award for hosting Pittsburgh Today Live which luckily won best news talk show.
Kristine is a tennis player and enjoys reading, as well as gardening. She also enjoys Pittsburgh’s cultural institutions. Besides, dancing has always been a part of her since a tender age and has hence performed with dance companies for 10 years. She did a solo with the Bodiography Contemporary Ballet company at the Byham Theater in 2013. Sorensen actively volunteers in community activities.
Kristine served as a member of Trustees for the Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre Board for 10 years. In addition, she has written a lot about dance for the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. She actively supports the March of Dimes, Pancreatic Cancer Action Network, and also Jefferson Awards Foundation.
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How Much Does Kristine Sorensen Earn?
Sorensen’s exact annual salary is not publicly known but earns approximately $61,256-$178.000.
How Much is Kristine Sorensen Worth?
As a reporter/anchor, Sorensen has been able to accumulate a net worth that ranges between $1 million to $5 million.
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