Karina Bolster Biography
Karina Bolster is an award-winning journalist currently working as a multi-media journalist and reporter for NBC12 News Chanel in Richmond, Virginia. She joined the News Channel in March 2018. Prior to joining NBC12 in Virginia, she worked as a fill-in anchor and a general assignment reporter at WCSC Live5 News in Charleston, South Carolina. Karina debuted her career as an anchor and multi-media journalist for WVII and WFVX News channels in Bangor, Maine in Penobscot County.
Karina Bolster Age
Karina Bolster Height
Karina is a woman of standard stature and stands at a height of 5 feet 8 inches(Approx. 1.78 m).
Karina Bolster Family
She was born to her parents in Germany. Karina’s parents were in the military and she was raised in different countries and states because of her military parents. However, Karina has not shared more information regarding her parents and siblings.
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Karina Bolster’s Net Worth
Karina Bolster has accumulated a decent amount of wealth over the years and has an approximated net worth of $1 million.
Karina Bolster Career
She is currently working as a multi-media journalist and a reporter for NBC12 News Chanel in Richmond, Virginia. She joined the News Channel in March 2018. Prior to joining NBC12 in Virginia, she worked as a fill-in anchor and a general assignment reporter at WCSC Live5 News in Charleston, South Carolina.
She also works for the “Suffolk In The City” segment on “The Morning Show” for the New England Cable News in Newton, Massachusetts as a Student Reporter where she worked for a period of 7 months. Karina has also worked at Suffolk University in Boston as an Athletics Department Office Assistant. She also served at New England Sports Network in Watertown as a “NESN Daily” intern. Karina has also worked at Hollywood Casino in Bangor as a Banquet Server.
She has reported several national breaking news stories such as the Walter Scott and Mother Emanuel AME church shootings in 2015 as well as the 1,000-year flood in South Carolina. Moreover, Karina emerged as the lead reporter for Dylann Roof’s federal death penalty trial for the church shooting.