Amy Kaufeldt is a famous American Emmy Award-nominated journalist. Currently, she serves at WOFL-TV Fox 35, Good Day Orlando as a news anchor. Before joining Fox 35 News, she served at KJRH-TV as a news anchor from 2000 -2003. Amy began her career at WKEF-TV located in Dayton, Ohio, and was assigned to the assignment desk.
Whenever she is not working, she enjoys cooking, traveling, reading, and spending time with her 3 kids and her handsome husband.
Amy Kaufeldt Age
Amy Kaufeldt was born on Apr 6, 1970, in Delaware, Ohio, United States of America. She is 52 years of age. Therefore, she monumentalizes her birthday on the 6th of Apr every year.
Amy Kaufeldt Height
Kaufeldt is a woman of above-average stature and stands at a height of 5 feet 7 inches ( Approximately 1.7 meters).
Amy Kaufeldt Family
Kaufeldt was born to her loving dad and her supportive mum in Delaware, Ohio, in the USA. Again, she has one sister. Nevertheless, she has not babbled paramount information with reference to her dedicated parents and her sibling sister. Thus, her parents and her sister’s whereabouts are currently nonexistent.
Amy Kaufeldt Husband
Kaufeldt is a married lady. She is cheerfully married to the love of her life, Brian Brown. The duo tied the knot on Jun 30, 2003. As a pair, they commemorate 19 years anniversary. Together, they are blessed with three kids. Nevertheless, she has not shared any information concerning her husband.
Amy Kaufeldt Education
Kaufeldt studied at a local high school. Later, she enrolled at the University of Miami and graduated with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Mass Communication and Media Studies.
Amy Kaufeldt Salary
She receives an annual salary of $89,108. This is according to Fox 35 anchors/reporters’ salaries.
Amy Kaufeldt Net Worth
Kaufeldt has an estimated net worth of $1 Million US dollars.
Amy Kaufeldt Career
Kaufeldt is currently working as an anchor for Fox 35 News. While here, she anchors on weekday mornings on Good Day Orlando from 7.00 a.m. – 10 a.m. She has had the privilege of interviewing some pretty interesting people over the years such as Joe Montana, Coach Lou Holtz, former President Barack Obama, Garth Brooks, Julie Andrews, football legend, and former First Lady Laura Bush.
She covered the Casey Anthony Trial, the Pulse Massacre, George Zimmerman Trial, among other local breaking news stories throughout her career. She is again a big supporter of many local charities and has a strong belief in taking part in events that help families who are struggling with a pediatric cancer diagnosis.
Before joining Fox 35 News, she started on the assignment desk at NBC located in Dayton, Ohio before taking an anchoring position at ABC News located in Great Falls, Montana. Further, she also spent 3 years at CBS News station located in East Tennessee as the main anchor and tenured another 3 years at KJRH located in Tulsa, Oklahoma.