Jessica Kartalija Bio, Age, Height, Husband, Salary, Net worth, CBS3 News

Jessica Kartalija
Jessica Kartalija

Jessica Kartalija Biography

Jessica Kartalija is an anchor and journalist as of now working as a reporter for CBS3 Eyewitness News.  She is also acting Apart from her career in news anchoring, Kartalija has acted in the movie well known as  ‘Transformer’. 

She was given the role of a news anchor. Kartalija has won Association Press Awards first place in the Hard Feature category.

Jessica Kartalija Age

Kartalija was born on January 1, 1979, in San Diego, California, United States. She is 43 years old as of 2022.

Jessica Kartalija Height

Kartalija stands at a height of  5 ft 4 inches/ 1.6 m tall.

Jessica Kartalija Education

Kartalija joined the University of Pennsylvania and earned her bachelor’s degree in Broadcast Journalism. She also attended the University of Johns Hopkins and received a Masters’s Degree in  Communication and Media studies in 2016 later on.

Jessica Kartalija Family

Kartalija is a secretive person when it comes to personal details. Hence she has not shared details regarding her father, mother, and siblings.

Jessica Kartalija Husband

Kartalija is blissful married anchor and journalist to her handsome husband Brian Anechorico.  The duo tied the knot on 9 October 2009. Kartalija and Brian are proud parents of one cute son.

Jessica Kartalija Salary

Kartalija receives an annual salary of $90,000, in accordance with CBS3 anchors /reporters’ salaries.

Jessica Kartalija Net worth

Kartalija has an estimated net worth of $1 million U.S dollars.

Jessica Kartalija Career

Kartalija is an anchor and journalist as of now working as a reporter for CBS3 Eyewitness News.  She is also acting Apart from her career in news anchoring, Kartalija has acted in the movie well known as  ‘Transformer’.

She was given the role of a news anchor. Kartalija has won Association Press Awards first place in the Hard Feature category. Kartalija joined the University of Pennsylvania and earned her bachelor’s degree in Broadcast Journalism.

She also attended the University of Johns Hopkins and received a Masters’s Degree in  Communication and Media studies in 2016 later on. Kartalija took part in Albuquerque in Special Olympics. She taught athletics speaking skills in public.

Kartalija is the Women’s Initiative Network (WIN).  At Kennedy Krieger Institute and an active board member of the House of Ruth Maryland. She managed to be The Daily Record’s Leading Women Award named a recipient in 2014.

It is an association that celebrates the professional accomplishments of women under 40. Commitment to inspiring change, and community involvement.  Kartalija managed to be Living Classrooms Foundation named a Baltimore Rising Star additionally.

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