Kristen Beat Net Worth 2023 – How Rich is the Journalist?

Kristen Beat Net Worth

$5million

Gender

Female

Date of Birth

November 24, 1989

Age

34 years old

Place of Birth

Cornelius, North Carolina, USA

Nationality

American

Profession

Live Reporter

Race/Ethnicity

Caucasian/White

Zodiac Sign

Sagittarius

Relationship Status

Engaged

Fiancee

Cole Irvin

Kristen Beat Net Worth

Kristen Beat works as an American Live journalist at NASCAR Productions and has also appeared on Fox Sports 1. Though she has covered sports like college football and NHL hockey, she is passionate about motorsports, and she strives to support other female journalists.

In addition to that, she was a sports anchor for WILX NBC 10 as well as a morning news anchor at Fox 47 in Lansing.

Kristen Beat Net Worth

It is estimated that Kristen Beat has a net worth of $5 million dollars.

Kristen Beat Early life

She grew up in Cornelius, North Carolina, the hometown of NASCAR star Jimmie Johnson. As a child, Kristen grew up with “avocados growing in the yard and dirt-track in the back.”

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As far as her siblings are concerned, she has an older brother called Ryan Beat. Initially, Ryan was an excellent racer focused on becoming a Supercross rider, but he switched to four-wheel racing due to few injuries.

During high school, Kristen’s passion for riding faded for a short period of time, but she continued to document the sport on camera. The sport was not her forte, but she enjoyed photographing it.

Kristen Beat Education

Kristen studied at the University of San Diego (USD) where she received an undergraduate degree in Communication & Law Studies, along with a minor in Ethics.

Kristen Beat Career 

Wasserman Media Group hired her as an intern reporter while she was in college.

In addition, Beat volunteered over 350 hours during her sophomore year, which she’s pretty pleased about.

Kristen had a busy year in 2012. Besides graduating from college, she was also selected as Miss Sprint Cup, taking the place of Monica Palumbo.

Her passion for the outdoors and her thrill-seeker personality made her perfect for the role. She was introduced as Miss Sprint Cup in a video that featured pictures of Kristen as a young girl who rode dirt bikes.

A year later, she joined NASCAR Productions as a Series Sideline reporter, a position she enjoyed because she had reported for the X Games, the AMA Motocross Series, and the Supercross Series.

In 2015, Kristen began anchoring the sports on WILX NBC 10 as well as Fox 47’s morning news. 

Social work

A lot of Kristen’s time is spent giving back to the community. It is very important to her that women have access to higher education, as she is the first female in her family to graduate from college.

Her volunteer work included serving as a CYE city ambassador, from 2008 to 2012, mentoring San Diego’s young women.

Kristen represented El Cajon Community Development Corporation as Miss El Cajon, promoting health, education, and involvement in local activities.

Since September 2015, she has also been involved with Big Brothers Big Sisters. It’s a volunteer program designed to match a volunteer with an adolescent or child at risk in order to help them succeed academically as well as socially and culturally.

Trivia

  • She enjoys trying new sports, particularly those with an adrenaline rush. Wakeboarding, skateboarding, and surfing are all things she can do.
  • Twitter is Beat’s favorite tool for covering news. She loves hearing from her audience and doing local stories.
  • On Instagram, she is widely followed, with more than 26k followers.

Kristen Beat Achievements

  • In 2010, Beat won the title of Miss El Cajon, and in 2011, she was crowned Miss San Diego.
  • Later in 2012, she was chosen as Miss Sprint Cup. 
  • In addition, she served as a brand ambassador for Sprint Wireless and Miss City of San Diego, a nonprofit organization.

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