Kristi Krueger Biography
Kristi Krueger is an American award-winning medical journalist, anchor and reporter currently serving as a co-anchor and health reporter for the noon newscasts at WPLG Local 10 News in Miami, Florida. She joined the station in as co-anchor of the 5:30 p.m. newscast and “Eye on Health” reporter in August 1993.
Kristi Krueger Education
Kristi attended and graduated from the University of Florida where she received her bachelor’s degree in Journalism and Communications.
Kristi Krueger Age
Kristi is 41 years old as of 2021. She was born on February 23, 1980, in Fresno, California, United States of America. Her birthday is always celebrated on 23rd February of every year. ALSO READ: Faith Abubey
Kristi Krueger Nationality | Ethnicity
Krueger holds American nationality and citizenship by birth, She was born and raised in Fresno, California. She is of the white/Caucasian ethnicity/heritage.
Kristi Krueger Height
Kristi stands at an average height of 5 feet 6 inches (1.68 m). Information regarding her other body measurements is currently under review.
Kristi Krueger Family
Krueger was born in Fresno, California but her father’s career as a football coach, made her live in the various state including Long Beach, Calif., Illinois, Utah and Tampa. However, information regarding her family members including her mother, father and siblings is currently under review.
Kristi Krueger Husband | Children
Kristi is currently married to her husband Todd Templin, the vice president of Boardroom Communications, a South Florida public relations firm. The couples are proud parents to two children, Troy and Kelsie.
Kristi Krueger Salary
Krueger working as co-anchor and health reporter at WPLG Local 10 News in Miami, Florida earns an estimated annual salary ranging from 45,000 – $99,000.
Kristi Krueger Net Worth
Kristi as an accomplished American award-winning medical journalist, anchor and reporter has an estimated net worth of $1 million.
Kristi Krueger WPLG Wiki
Kristi as an award-winning journalist currently serves as a co-anchor and a reporter of the noon newscasts at WPLG Local 10 News in Miami, Florida. She joined the station in 1993 as a medical reporter and anchor, where she also co-anchored the 5:30 p.m. newscast and “Eye on Health” reporter. Before joining WPLG, she worked as the weekend anchor and medical reporter at WDIV-TV in Detroit in 1990.
She started her journalism profession at WWSB in Sarasota. While at the same station, she moved ranks to co-anchor position where she served as the weekday 6 p.m. and 11 p.m. newscasts in September 1988.
Kristi is very active in the community, serving on the board of the Susan B. Anthony Recovery Center. For quite a while she has filled in as a seat of the Pembroke Pines Relay For Life for the American Cancer Society. Kristi likewise chips in as a lector at St. Paul Lutheran Church in Weston and is at present preparing for her first long-distance race.
Kristi Krueger Awards and Honors
- 2011 National Television Academy Silver Circle Award
- 2010 Deborah Natansohn Award for her contributions to women’s health and wellness
- 2009 Gold Coast Emmy Award for health/science/environment category
- 2008 University of Florida “Alumnus of Distinction” of the College of Journalism and Communications
- 2006 “Best Large Market” media award given by the Florida Heart Association for a report “Save at Port Everglades”
- 2005 “Outstanding Mother” by the Healthy Mothers-Healthy Babies Coalition of Broward County
- 2005 “Best Large Market” and “Best in Show” media awards given by the Florida Heart Association for a two-part report “Cardiac Arrest”
- 2000 “Woman of Vision” by the Weizmann Institute of Science
- 1999 First Lady of Broward
- 1998 Gold Coast Emmy Award for her groundbreaking report on the possible side effects of the required Hepatitis-B vaccine
- 1998 “Favorite Female Anchor” by the SunSentinel
- 1997 “South Florida’s Ten Best Dressed Women” by the American Cancer Society
- 1997 “Florida Cancer Communicator” award
- 1997 “Excellence in Journalism” award from Florida’s Association for Retarded Citizens
- 1996-97 Florida Heart Association “Outstanding Media Service” award by the Florida Medical Association
- 1990 “Woman of the Year” in Sarasota
- 1990 First prize in the Florida Medical Association contest for her work on cosmetic surgery: “The New Beauty Basic”
- 1990 Detroit Broadcaster of the Year award finalist
- 1988 First place by the Florida Medical Association Award for her series “Nurses Needed: Stat.”