Kristin Giannas is an outstanding American meteorologist. Currently, she serves at FOX 35 News Good Day Orlando as a traffic anchor from 4:00 a.m. -10:00 a.m. on Mon through Fri. Before joining Fox 35 News, she worked as the director of public relations for Maria Chrissovergis Public Relations LLC located in Tampa, Florida from Jun 2015 -Jan 2016.
Giannas is best known for her round-the-clock forecasts during Hurricanes Michael, Irma, and Matthew. Whenever she is not working, she enjoys reading, writing, cooking, traveling, and spending time with her friends and family.
Kristin Giannas Age
Kristin Giannas was born on Dec 12, 1989, in Queens, New York, United States of America. She is 32 years old and she monumentalizes her birthday on the 12th of Dec every year.
Kristin Giannas Height
Giannas is a woman of average stature and stands at the height of 5 feet 4 inches ( Approximately 1.63 meters).
Kristin Giannas Family
Giannas was born to her dad, Cosmo Giannas, and her mum, Melissa Rizzuto in Queens, New York, in the USA. Her dad belongs to Greek ancestry while her mum has Italian origin. They commemorated their wedding anniversary on the 21st of Jul 2020.
Moreover, she has two brothers, Peter Giannas and William Giannas. William is a cop who nowadays works as an officer in the Clearwater Police Department located in Florida. Nevertheless, there is no available information in regard to Peter.
Kristin Giannas Husband
Giannas is blissfully hitched to her good-looking husband. Nevertheless, she has not shared his name with the public despite being a prominent public figure. As a duo, they exchanged their wedding vows on Jan 22, 2022, at Holy Trinity Orlando.
Kristin Giannas Education
She schooled at a local high school. Afterward, she enrolled at the University of Florida and graduated with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Telecommunications and a minor Degree in Certificate Climatology, Meteorology, and Geography. Further, she also acquired a Bachelor of Science Degree in Operational Meteorology from Mississippi State University.
Kristin Giannas Salary
She receives an annual salary of $88,105. This is according to Fox 35 anchors/reporters’ salaries.
Kristin Giannas Net Worth
Giannas has an estimated net worth of between $ 1 million – $ 5 million US dollars.
Kristin Giannas Career
Gianna joined the station in Feb 2016 and has been operating since then. Here, she works as a meteorologist and has provided viewers with around-the-clock forecasts during major Hurricanes Michael, Irma, and Matthew.
Her other functions include serving with news management on decisions to cut into programming and notifying viewers of potential threats including tornado warnings and creating marketable and interesting content for Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram pages.
Giannas again writes a daily weather column for the local newspaper, Orlando Sentinel, and writes a daily weather column for the station website, Fox35 Orlando.com. Besides, she participates in promotions, speaking engagements, station appearances, and presenting weathercasts on the high-energy, morning news program Good Day Orlando.
Before joining Fox 35 News, she worked as the director of public relations for Maria Chrissovergis Public Relations LLC located in Tampa, Florida from Jun 2015 – Jan 2016. She also worked at WKMG-TV where she began as a general assignment reporter in Jun 2012 and was then promoted to a weather anchor in Sep 2014. Here, she worked up to Jun 2015.
Moreover, she worked at WCJB-TV20 located in Gainsville, Florida Area as a general assignment reporter from Aug 2008 -May 2012. She was also an ABC on Campus Network reporter for ABC News from May 2009 -Nov 2009. Similarly, she worked at WUFT-TV as an entertainment anchor and reporter from Feb 2008 – Oct 2009.
Kristin began her journalism career at WCJB-TV where she worked as a paid University intern from Jun 2006 -Aug 2007 and was afterward promoted to associate news producer and worked up to Dec 2007.
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