Kristy Breslin Biography
Kristy Breslin is an american traffic news reporter, She currently reports for WJZ News in Baltimore, Maryland. Before full time reporting she was a fill in reporter for a couple of years. She is now seen every weekday on WJZ for the 4 p.m. and 5 p.m. newscasts, reporting up-to-the-minute traffic conditions for the evening rush hour.
Kristy Breslin Age
Her exact birth date is still unknown. We will update this information soon.
Kristy Breslin Early Life|Education
Kristy is actually a Harford County native, She has spent most of her childhood and teenage life in Bel Air, Not much information id disclosed about her family but we will update this information as soon as possible. Coming to her educational background, She completed her education at Towson University in Bel Air.
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She got her first taste of broadcasting as the host of “Harford MagaScene,” a showcase of notable people and programs that are happening in the communities of Harford County. This gave Kristy the opportunity to support local charities like the ARC Northern Chesapeake, Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure, Boys and Girls Clubs of Harford County and Habitat for Humanity. Kristy has held several on air positions throughout the Baltimore region in radio and television before coming to WJZ.
Kristy Breslin Husband|Married
Kristy is actually a married woman. She lives in Harford County with her husband and two children. Information on her husband or her personal life has not been disclosed to the public, We will update this information as soon as we dig up some information on her marriage.
Kristy Breslin Salary|Net Worth
With all those years in the media industry kristy must be earning a hefty amount of income from her job, Unfortunately there is no disclosed information on her earnings. Her current net worth is still under review. This information will be updated soon.
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She joined the team back in 2011 after serving as a fill in traffic reporter for several years. She is now seen every weekday on WJZ for the 4 p.m. and 5 p.m. newscasts, reporting up-to-the-minute traffic conditions for the evening rush hour.