Christina Coleman is a popular American Journalist. Coleman presently serves as a correspondent for FOX News Channel in Los Angles, California. Coleman joined the station in Apr 2019. Prior to FNC, she served at KSDK-TV an ABC affiliate station in St. Louis, Missouri as an Anchor and late-night reporter.
Christina Coleman Age
Christina Coleman was born in 1985, in San Antonio, Texas, in the United States. She is 37 years of age.
Christina Coleman Height
Christina stands at a moderate height of 5 ft 6 in (Approx 1.71 m).
Christina Coleman Family
She was born to her parents and grew up in San Antonio, Texas, in the United States of America. She keeps an American nationality. Nevertheless, details about her parents’ names and whereabouts remain away from the limelight.
Christina Coleman Husband
She is wedded to her gorgeous husband Eric Messersmith. He serves as a Journalist and radio host of the Take No Offence Podcast Show. The couple got hitched on Apr 12, 2018, at a ceremony that their family and friends attended. The couple is blessed with a son called Max who is diagnosed with Autism at the age of 2 years in Dec 2015.
Christina Coleman Education
She graduated from Texas A&M University with a bachelor’s degree in Speech Communication.
Christina Coleman Salary
She receives an annual salary of $ 76,576 and this is according to FOX News correspondent’s salaries.
Christina Coleman’s Net Worth
Coleman has an estimated net worth of between $1 million and $3 million US dollars.
Christina Coleman Career
She is nowadays working for FOX News Channel in Los Angles, California as a correspondent since April 2019. Prior to FNC, She served as an Anchor and late-night reporter at KSDK-TV an ABC affiliate station in St. Louis, Missouri.
During her time at KSDK-TV, she industriously reported the death of Michel Brown and traveled to Geneva, Switzerland to report on Brown’s parents as they swore before the United Nations Committee Against Torture. She was also the foremost journalist to be at the scene of the hoot days after the death of an armed teen was shot and killed.
Her career life began after incepting from Texas A&M University and thereafter signing a contract with KIMO-TV an ABC affiliate station in Anchorage, Alaska as a reporter. While there, she had an opportunity to interview then-Governor and former vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin and be part of the station’s evening newscasts.
However, she also served at KABB-TV FOX 66 and WOAI-TV NBC 25 as a local reporter. She worked as Vice President of the San Antonio Chapter and a member of the National Association of Black Journalists. Additionally, upon her contract termination at KABB-TV, she proceeded to KCEN-TV, an NBC station as a reporter in Central Texas. Besides, she reported the deadliest mass shooting at the US military base.