Kirsten Watson Biography
Kirsten Watson presently works at Spectrum Sportsnet in Los Angeles. As a host and sideline reporter, she began working here in November 2018. Watson works as a host and reporter for the Los Angeles Dodgers since she recently joined in February 2021 also.
She served for three and a half years in National Football League before. Besides Watson’s journalism career, she is a pageant participant and she won the 2019 Miss Doctor Phillips USA. When Watson’s not on-air, she enjoys photography, hiking, and traveling.
Kirsten Watson Age
Watson was born in the United States of America. However, he has not shared out details on his exact day and date of birth.
Kirsten Watson Height
Watson stands at an average height of 5 ft 6 in/1.67 m tall.
Kirsten Watson Education
Watson finished her high school course at Olympia High School. Then she went to Northwestern University in 2011, but a year later Watson moved to Columbia University in New York. Where she received her Bachelor of Arts degree in Anthropology. Then Watson rejoined the university in 2016, and she earned her Master’s Degree in Broadcast journalism.
Kirsten Watson Family
Watson has managed to hide details about her parents and whether she has any siblings or not.
Kirsten Watson Husband
Watson is currently single, she has kept details on her love life aside and focuses on her work.
Kirsten Watson Salary
Watson earns an annual salary of $86,790.
Kirsten Watson Net Worth
Watson has an accumulated net worth of $1 million.
Kirsten Watson Career
Watson started working at NFL in Los Angeles in September 2017. As a Marketing Coordinator, International Content Strategy and Marketing. But after a year, she was re-assigned as the network’s Manager. While working here, Watson directly served with the NFL international priority to expand the network’s international.
Fan base and viewership, but after two years and seven months, she left the network. Watson works at the Los Angeles Dodgers since joining in February 2021 as a reporter. And host also serves at Spectrum Sportsnet since November 2018 as a sideline reporter and host.
While she hosts “Lakeshow” a Spectrum Sportsnet studio show as of now. She worked for three and a half months as a marketing coordinator. International content strategy and marketing, and manager at the National Football League before. Watson also worked for three months for a Stuart Scott Scholarship at ESPN.
She also worked at Ivy League Digital Network as a reporter and color analyst. From January 2017 to April 2017, also Watson worked at IMG Media for a month as a freelance associate producer. Her career began as a Features Production Assistant for nine months in June 2015, in Los Angeles before leaving to join Time Warner Cable.