Kristen Rodgers Biography
Kristen Rodgers is an American sports anchor and reporter for FOX 29 News. During her time at USC, Kristen she anchored on-air as a reporter for Scout.com covering USC football. She interned for KABC-TV, Bleacher Report and NBC Olympics for the 2012 Games in London.
Kristen Rodgers Age
Kristen was born on 1 September 1992 in San Francisco, northern California United States of America. She is 30 years old as of 2023.
She stands at a height of 5 feet 6 inches and holds American nationality.
Kristen Rodgers Salary
Kristen Rodgers earns an average salary of $63,449 per year, and their annual income ranges between the amount of $29,664 to $135,803. Given her stint in FOX, Kristen is likely drawing her payments between those figures.
Kristen Rodgers Net worth
Kristen Rodgers earns her income from her work as a reporter for FOX 29 News. She also earns her income from her businesses and other organizations like the Awards industry. She has an estimated net worth of $ 1 million dollars.
Kristen Rodgers Family
Kristen Rodgers was born and raised in San Francisco, the northern California United States of America to Americans parents.
During the Veterans Day on 11 November 2016, her father earned a bronze star as a veteran. Kristen is also proud of her mother, and during her mother’s birthday on 11 May 2018, she surprised her with a day trip to New York.
Kristen Rodgers Education
She graduated from the University of Southern California where she majored in Broadcast and Digital Journalism and did a minor in Sports Media Studies and Business Administration.
She joined the KEZI 9 sports team as a sports reporter, anchor, and producer in August of 2014. In college, she served on-air reporter for Fox Sports and Scout.com, covering USC football and high school recruiting in Southern California.
On campus, I served as the Sports Director for Annenberg TV News, and as an anchor, reporter, and producer for USC’s television station.
Kristen Rodgers Husband
Kristen Rodgers is now reportedly relishing her single life, she used to talk about her boyfriend in the past. In her tweet of 2012, Kristen uttered that her boyfriend tried to buy her gifts.
She also once showed how her boyfriend bags his groceries at the store.
Kristen Rodgers Journalist
Kristen Rodgers joined the FOX 29 News team in October 2017, as a sports anchor. Prior to coming to Philadelphia, she was a sports anchor and reporter for KEZI-TV in Eugene, Oregon.
She is an accomplished sports anchor/reporter who covered the Portland Trail Blazers, NBA Playoffs, and the Final Four. With her knack towards sports, she broadcasted Oregon and Oregon State athletics for a nightly broadcast and served as a beat-reporter for Ducks.
The American sportscaster interned for NBC Olympics for the 2012 Games in London and played Club tennis at the University of Southern California.
She covered the Oregon Ducks, Oregon State Beavers, and Portland Trail Blazers, traveling to bowl games, the Final Four and NBA Playoffs. During the Veterans Day on 11 November 2016, her father earned a bronze star as a veteran.
She is also proud of her mother, and during her mother’s birthday on 11 May 2018, she surprised her with a day trip to New York. She is a graduate of the University of Southern California where she majored in Broadcast and Digital Journalism with minors in Sports Media Studies and Business Administration.
During her time at USC, she served on-air as a reporter for Scout.com, covering USC football. She also interned for KABC-TV, Bleacher Report and NBC Olympics for the 2012 Games in London. She also played Club Tennis at USC.
Before joining the FOX team, she worked on KEZI-TV in Eugene as a sports anchor and reporter. From August 2013 to May 2014, she served at Annenberg TV News as a sports director. She also has worked with the likes of KABC Sports, Scout.com, and Bleacher Report.
She was selected from a highly competitive pool of students to participate in the NBC Universal broadcast of the 2012 Olympics in London and produced and edited a variety of highlights from basketball to kayaking.
Previously, I was a broadcast coordinating assistant for KABC’s sports department, where I conducted one-on-one interviews with players on the Lakers, Clippers, Dodgers, Angels, Kings and Ducks teams, in addition to field producing game coverage.
She was born and raised in San Francisco and credit my love of sports to my father’s football lessons, where I learned that the nickel, dime and quarter are much more than just pocket change.