Born and raised in Milwaukee, Trenni Kusnierek is an American sports anchor & reporter for NBC Sports Boston. Previously, she served as a reporter at FSN Pittsburgh, WDJT-TV, ABC Sports, and FSN Wisconsin, and currently, is hosting a podcast at crosstown GOOD KARMA Sports WAUK-A ESPN MILWAUKEE with FOX affiliate WITI-TV (FOX 6)’s Jen Lada.
Kusnierek was born on April 30, 1977, in Milwaukee, Kusnierek, the USA under the birth sign of Taurus. She holds an American nationality and belongs to a white ethnic group.
She completed her schooling from Muskego High School. Furthermore, she graduated from Marquette University.
The social media star is unmarried and has no children. Currently, she is not dating anyone and has no boyfriend. She might be busy with her career and other stuff. Also, due to her secretive nature, it has become quite hard to assume anything about her relationship.
Although she is pretty active on social media, till now, she has not shared any posts which might give any hint about her relationship.
The 41-year-old journalist has an estimated net worth of $1 million. According to some sources, Kusnierek earns an annual salary of around $350k. Well, she lives a lavish life.
In 2001, Trenni started her TV career in WDJT-TV and later, worked in FSN Pittsburgh from 2003-2007.
She served for ABC Sports in 2005 and also, worked at FSN Wisconsin in 2008. She has worked as a reporter and former studio host for the MLB Network as well as some work for the Big Ten Network and the NFL Network.
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On Feb 1, 2000 I started my first on-air job at @wqownews18 in Eau Claire, WI. I was a “one man band” reporter. That meant I was a photographer, editor, reporter, producer, and anchor. GPS didn’t exist so I learned to read maps. The camera weighed so much I had to ice my shoulder after work. I made $7.25/hour and worked as a substitute teacher to make ends meet. (I also racked up credit card debt. Don’t do it, kids.) But I wouldn’t trade the experience for anything in the world. I’m proud to have learned every facet of the business. I’m proud to have worked my way up, stuck to my guns and stayed true to myself. I’m beyond grateful for the people met and the friends made. Here’s to 20! 📸: @barryalleyphotography #sbliii #superbowl #atlanta #reporter #reporterlife #tv #sports #news #nbc
Also, she has worked with Kevin Harlan and Rich Gannon as a sideline reporter for Green Bay Packers preseason for a season. NBC Sports hired her as curling reporter during 2014 and 2018 Winter Olympics.
At present, she has been hosting a podcast at crosstown GOOD KARMA Sports WAUK-A ESPN MILWAUKEE with FOX affiliate WITI-TV (FOX 6)’s JEN LADA. Also, she worked as herself on the TV show ‘Change of Heart’ in around 1999.