Kelli Stavast Biography
Kelli Stavast is a sports broadcaster presently working for NBC Sports. As a pit reporter and Indy Car Series coverage. She has reported throughout her career on different other forms of motorsports. She covered freestyle skiing for Pyongchang at the 2018 Winter Olympics also.
Stavast also reported in Rio de Janeiro at the 2016 Summer Olympics. She received a degree in broadcast journalism from the University of Chapman in 2002.
Kelli Stavast Age
Stavast was born in Colorado, the United States of America. But, she has not revealed any details regarding her age and birth to the public.
Kelli Stavast Height
She stands at a height of 5 ft 7 inches/ Approx 1.7 m tall.
Kelli Stavast Education
Stavast received a degree in broadcast journalism from the University of Chapman in 2002.
Kelli Stavast Family
Stavast is a reserved person when it comes to details regarding her father, mother, and siblings.
Kelli Stavast Husband
Stavast is married to her handsome and loving husband Gavin and in they got engaged to each other. The wedding ceremony was attended by colleagues from both sides, friends, and their family members. She and her handsome husband Gavin live in Nev, Las Vegas currently.
Kelli Stavast Salary
Stavast receives an annual salary of $10,000 – $100,000, under NBC Sports anchors/reporters’ salaries.
Kelli Stavast Net worth
She has an approximated net worth of $1 million – $5 million.
Kelli Stavast Career
An announcement was made, On January 22, 2014, that Stavast along with Marty Snider would be joining the broadcast team. Another announcement was made by Mike Massaro and Dave Burns that the team of two would be joined later in the year.
The team of four would make for the NASCAR Cup at NBC’s four pit reporters and Xfinity Series. Stavast also reported in Rio de Janeiro at the 2016 Summer Olympics. She was the only original member employed covering NASCAR without.
Prior experience with the NBC broadcast team among the four. Kelli had experience in other forms of motorsports in reporting for ESPN, Speed, and NBC such as IMSA formed by the merging of the Grand-Am and American Le Mans Series, American Le Mans Series, the Grand-Am, Stadium Super Truck Series, and Lucas Oil Off Road Racing Series, however.