Karen Travers Bio, Age, Height, Husband, Salary, Net worth, ABC News

Karen Travers
Karen Travers

Karen Travers Biography

Karen Travers is a journalist working as a correspondent based in Washington for ABC News. In 2000, Karen joined the TV network as an intern. She has covered both Obama and Bush Administrations Washington and national political news including two presidential elections in Washington.

Karen reporting can be seen all over ABC News Radio and the 200 through ABC NewsOne, the network’s affiliate news service ABC News affiliate station. Travers was born in Pennsylvania the town of Bluebell and In 2000, She earned a bachelor’s degree in American Government from Georgetown University. She also earned a master’s degree in Liberal Studies in 2003 from Georgetown University.

Karen Travers Age

Karen was born in Pennsylvania, the town of Bluebell in  August 1978. She is 43 years old in 2021.

Karen Travers Height

Traver is around 5 feet 5 / 1.7 m tall.

Karen Travers Education

She was born in Pennsylvania,  the town of Bluebell, and  Karen earned a bachelor’s degree in American Administration and economics in the year 2000  from Georgetown University. In the year 2003, She also earned a master’s degree in Liberal Studie from Georgetown University.

 Karen Travers Family

Karen was born to her lovely caring parents, Bernadette M. Travers and William J. Travers. They live in Bluebell. Though the review information concerning Karen’s siblings is ongoing and the facts will be updated soon as possible.

Karen Travers Husband

She is married to her handsome husband, John Millies Anderson. On September 10, 2011, at Villa Maria-by-the-Sea in New Jersey, the duo tied the knot. On March 7, 2013, at 6:58 am, the couple welcomed their firstborn daughter.

Karen Travers Salary

Traver Karen’s annually receives a salary of $100,000.This is according to ABC anchors/reporters’ salaries.

Karen Travers Net worth

Traves has an annual estimated net worth of $2 Million U.S dollars.

Karen Travers Career

Karen works as a Washington-based correspondent for ABC. She joined the TV network in 2000, Karen joined the TV network as an intern. She has covered both Obama and Bush Administration  Washington and national political news including two presidential elections. Karen has covered all features of the Trump Administration as a correspondent.

She has reported as well as presidential debates in each election cycle since 2004, covering primaries and meeting Republicans the ground in key battleground states and conventions as well. Moreover, from the 2013 and 2019 government shutdowns, Karen reported the  Supreme Court arguments and decisions, the mass shooting at Washington’s Navy Yard, the Baltimore riots, and various Amtrak derailments in Philadelphia the grand jury decision in Ferguson. She spent four years covering the 2008 Election before joining Trump White House.

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