Who is Trenni Kusnierek?
Trenni Kusnierek was born on the 30th April 1977, in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania USA, and is an Emmy Award-winning journalist, reporter and sports anchor, probably best recognized for working for NBC Sports Boston. She has also worked at ABC Sports, FSN Pittsburgh, FSN Wisconsin and WDJT-TV.
Early Life and Education
When it comes to speak about her early life, Trenni spent her childhood in Pittsburgh, where she was raised alongside her siblings by her parents, all of whose names have not been revealed to the public. It is known that she is of American nationality, and is of white ethnicity. Regarding her education, Trenni attended Muskego High School, and upon matriculation enrolled into Marquette University, located in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, where she completed her education.
Right after graduation, Trenni started pursuing a career as a sports journalist, and at that time also appeared in the reality dating game series “Change Of Heart” (1999). In 2001, she was hired as a television reporter at WDJT-TV in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, but after working there for a year, she decided to leave to further pursue her career on FSN Pittsburgh, a regional sports network, where she worked in the position of a television presenter from 2003 until 2007.
Rise to FameAfter gaining experience and knowledge in the field of journalism, Trenni started getting serious offers. Thus, side by side with her job at FSN Pittsburgh, in 2005 she spent some time working for ABC Sports, after which she got a job at FSN Wisconsin, owned by the Fox Cable Network, working there as a reporter between 2008 and 2012. Subsequently Trenni joined the MLB Network, a channel dedicated to baseball, where she was promoted to the position of a sideline reporter, as well as appointed as a studio anchor. Beside that, she has also worked as a reporter at the NFL Network, the Big Ten Network and as a sideline reporter alongside Rich Gannon and Kevin Harlan at the Green Bay Packers pre-season games.
NBC Sports Boston and Recent Projects
At the very beginning of the 2010s, Trenni joined WTMJ (AM) and ESPN 540 in Milwaukee, working as a talk show host and sports reporter. Then her big break came in 2014, when she was chosen to work in the position of a curling reporter by NBC Sports Boston at the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia. Trenni also covered tennis at the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil and reported from the 2018 Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, South Korea for the NBC Sports network. She also started working as a weekend and substitute program host for the WEEI Sports Radio Network in 2016. Currently, she is working for Comcast SportsNet New England in Boston, Massachusetts.
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Trenni Kusnierek Net Worth and SalaryOver $1 million, salary is over $350,000.
She has a current boyfriend, or husband or not; it is believed that she is single to date. Her current residence is in Boston, Massachusetts.
Mental Health Issues
It’s known that Trenni has dealt with serious mental health issues for more than 15 years, suffering anxiety and chronic depression. So she spends her spare time in nature, being active in running, mountain climbing, etc. Moreover, she is known as a mental health advocate, being very open about it and helping people with the same mental disorders.
Appearance and Vital Statistics
- Long brown hair
- Hazel eyes
- She is known as an avid runner who has participated in various marathons, including three Boston Marathons
- Height of 5ft 9ins (1.75m)
- Vital statistics are 35-24-36
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