The Emmy Award-winning journalist, Chris Jansing is an American television news correspondent. She currently works as the Senior White House Correspondent for NBC news. Furthermore, she also works for MSNBC with Brian Williams.
Chris Jansing was born on January 30, 1957, in Fairport Harbor, Ohio, the U.S under the birth sign of Aquarius. Jansing holds an American nationality and belongs to a white ethnic group. She is the child of Joseph Kapostasy and Tilly Kapostasy.
Jansing graduated from Otterbein College with a Bachelor of Arts degree. She was initially a political science major and later switched majors to broadcast journalism.
Chris Jansing is married to Robert Jansing in 1982. He was a chemist who ran an analytical chemistry laboratory and also worked as a research scientist at the NYS Department of Health.
Unfortunately, the couple parted their ways. Also, there are no children from the marriage. Currently, she is believed to be single and no news regarding her present relationship.
The American news correspondent/journalist has a net worth is estimated to be around $8 million. According to some sources, NBC journalists have paid $300K– $1 million annual salaries. Hence, she might receive a good sum of amount in this range.
Previously, she worked in the MSNBC network from where she surely made a salary that ranges from $70K to $80K.
Following her graduation, she interned at the cable station in Columbus, Ohio. Then, she served for the WIPS radio station Ticonderoga in New York. Later, she moved to the WNYT RV and became a weekend anchor and weekly co-anchor for WNYT.
Jansing entered the MSNBC News network in 1998. She became the NSC’s Senior White House Correspondent, in 2014. She has one credit as an actress for ‘The Place for Politics 2016: MSNBC Overnight California Primary Coverage’.
In addition, she won an Emmy Award during her career. Furthermore, she won ‘Best Person’ award from the New York State Broadcasters Association.