Kristine Johnson Bio, Age, Height, Husband, Kids, Salary, Net Worth, WCBS- TV
February 12, 2022
Kristine Johnson Biography
Kristine Johnson is an American News Journalist currently serving as a co-anchor for WCBS – TV New York City. In addition, Johnson airs for WCBS News on the 5 p.m. and 11 p.m. newscasts alongside Maurice DuBois.
Kristine Johnson Age
Johnson was born on 31 May 1972 in Angeles, Philippines.
Kristine Johnson Height
She stands at a moderate height of 5 feet 6 inches tall and she also weighs about 54 kg.
Kristine Johnson Family
She was born to a Filipina mother and a Swedish-American father in the Philippines. Her parents’ names are still under review.
Kristine Johnson Husband
Since 31, August 1996, Johnson has been married to his husband Steve Johnson. The couple resides in the Upper Saddle River, New Jersey together with their children.
Kristine Johnson Kids
She is a mom to two children, a daughter Ava Johnson, born May 2002, and a son Burke Johnson, born March 2007.
Kristine Johnson Education
Johnson attended and graduated from the University of Nebraska where she earned a Bachelor of Arts in journalism and minors in political science, history, and English.
Kristine Johnson Salary
Johnson receives an annual salary of between $45, 000 – $ 110, 500.
Kristine Johnson Net Worth
She has an estimated net worth of between $1 Million – 5 Million
Kristine Johnson CBS 2 News
Johnson joined CBS 2 in the fall of 2006. Besides that, she has won several Emmy awards. She has also reported and covered breaking news events, such as Hurricane Sandy report, the Newtown school massacre, the Boston Marathon bombings, and also two separate Pope visits to the Big Apple.
In addition, Johnson also anchors weekly on the network’s new digital platform CBSN is a fill-in anchor for CBS This Morning and has filed reports for CBS Sunday Morning.
Prior to joining CBS 2 News, she started serving for WPRI in Providence, R.I. in 1994. There she served as a part-time assignment editor. For more than ten years, she has had several production positions to her ultimate goal of reporting but luckily left in 2004.
After serving for WPRI News, she also served for MSNBC, as a Daytime news anchor. She is happy to serve for CBS 2, and she has worked closely with the greater New York chapters of the Susan G. beside the Komen Race for a Cure, March of Dimes, The Brain Tumor Foundation, and also the Stephen Siller Tunnel to Towers Run.