Kayna Whitworth is a popular American journalist who presently serves at ABC News located in Los Angeles, California as a correspondent. Prior to coming to the station, Kayna served at WHDH as an anchor located in Boston.
Kayna Whitworth Age
Kayna Whitworth was born in Aurora, Colorado, in the United States, on July 4, 1982, and she’s 40 years of age.
Kayna Whitworth Height
Whitworth stands at a moderate height of 5 ft 7 in ( Approx 1.7 m).
Kayna Whitworth Family
Kayna was born in Aurora, Colorado, in the United State, to her loving and caring parents that are Rocky Whitworth, (father), and Mary Whitworth (mother). She has one awesome brother called Kellan whom they were brought up together with. In addition, her loving father served as a high school football coach, and due to the nature of his work, they relocated 16 times.
Kayna Whitworth Husband
Kayna is happily and contentedly married to his good-looking husband called Rett Lewis who is an American sportscaster presently serving at NFL Network as the host of the show called the path to the Draft.
The lovely couple tied the knots on May 15, 2015, and they are blessed with two awesome and adorable sons those areWylder who was born in April 2019, and Conway who was born in August 2017. They happily live together in Los Angeles, California.
Kayna Whitworth Education
Kayla studied at Grandview High School and completed her studies in 2001 where afterward she joined the Colorado State University and graduated in 2005 with a bachelor of arts degree in communication and media studies.
Kayna Whitworth Salary
Kayla receives an annual average salary of $112,500 and this is according to ABC News correspondents’ salaries.
Kayna Whitworth’s Net Worth
She has an estimated net worth of between $1 million to $2 million and her career as a correspondent is the source of her wealth.
Kayna Whitworth Career
Kayla serves at ABC News as a correspondent in Los Angeles. She appears repeatedly on ABC on Good Morning and World News Tonight together with David Muir. While still serving for Abc news she covered Portland protests, the Glass fire in Napa Valley, Colorado flash floods, and the Caldor fire.
In addition, she covered the Volcana eruptions in Hawaii, an assassination attempt on Gabrielle Gifford in 2011, and Boston Marathon Bombings.
Prior to coming to Abc news, Kayla served at WHDH as an anchor located in Boston since December 2012. Before that, she also served as an anchor at KBOI after serving for KBCI during her journalism career as a reporter and an anchor. Kayla went to KTVZ-NPG where she served as a reporter, multimedia journalist, and sports anchor in 2005.