Karen Holmes Bio, Age, Height, Husband, Kids, Salary, Net Worth, WCVB
Karen Holmes Biography
Karen Holmes is an American Director of Public Affairs and Community Services as well as host and executive producer of CityLine, WCVB’s award-winning weekly magazine program which addresses the accomplishments, concerns, and issues facing people of color living in Boston and its suburbs.
Karen Holmes Age – Birthday
Holmes was born and also raised in the United States, however, she has not revealed about his date of birth.
Karen Holmes Height
Holmes stands at a height of 5 feet 6 inches tall.
Karen Holmes Family
Holmes has not shared about his family however, it will be updated.
Karen Holmes Husband
Holmes has not revealed her personal private love life, however, it will be updated.
Nima Elbagir Kids
She has not revealed if she has kids, however, it will be updated.
Karen Holmes Education
Karen Holmes Salary
She receives an annual salary of between $ 103,215 per year.
Karen Holmes Net Worth
She has an estimated net worth of between$ 1 million dollars and $5 million.
Karen Holmes WVCB News
Many notables including Oscar winners Regina King, Lupita Nyong’o, Forest Whitaker, Octavia Spencer, Denzel Washington, Louis Gossett Jr., Barry Jenkins, and Spike Lee among others have been interviewed by Karen for CityLine.
In addition, she also served as Executive Producer for Return to Glory, a one-hour prime-time documentary hosted by Emmy Award-winning actor Andre Braugher about the famed Massachusetts 54th Regiment.
Moreover, she has also enjoyed a forty-year career in broadcasting including early stints as a writer at WEEI News Radio, News Director at WILD-Radio where she hosted a daily one-hour talk show, and a reporter at WGBH-TV.
Besides that, she has also received numerous awards for her work in the community including the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences ‘Silver Circle’ Award for Lifetime Achievement, Boston Jaycees Ten Outstanding Young Leaders Award; National Association of Black Journalists Region I Journalist of the Year; Big Sister of Greater Boston Achievement Award; Urban League of Eastern Massachusetts President’s Award.