Kate Bolduan

Katherine Jean Bolduan was born on July 26, 1983 in Goshen, Indiana. She is a famous CNN television journalist and news anchor.

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Background

She is the third child of the medical professionals. Her father was Dr. Jeffery Bolduan and her mother, Nadine was a registered nurse. Bolduan spent her childhood in the Goshen area of Indiana. She has three siblings and showed interest in dancing and sports as a young girl. The Bolduans are a tight knit family. Even though the children have grown and moved on in life, they still support each other.

Her love for both dancing and athletics led to her becoming a cheerleader. She won the Junior Miss 2000 title in Goshen when she sang show tunes in the talent search part of the competition. She was a high school salutatorian. She graduated from George Washington University in the 2005 with a degree in Journalism. She also participated in stage acting and volleyball during her university years. Her journalism course in college sparked her passion for reporting and was the start of her successful career.

Kate told Marie Claire what her first ever job was, “My first job was in high school, I persuaded my dad and the other doctors in his Indiana complex to ditch their expensive lawn-care service and pay me to cut the grass. It was an easy job, and I could tan at the same time. “

Broadcasting Career

Those who are driven and brave enough to even pursue jobs in television networks struggle through the early stages of grueling hours and little pay. For Kate Bolduan, she was on the other side of the coin as rising to the top was easy for. It took her just eight years to rise from an intern with the NBC News to get to co-host in CNN’s The Situation Room. Her work includes feature stories, breaking news reports, and custom live reports.

She got off to a great start in her career of television journalism when she started as production assistant in NBC News and MSNBC. She later served as general assignment reporter for WTVD-TV which was located in Raleigh. She started her career at CNN in 2007. She was 24 years old when she was made the national correspondent for CNN Newsource. She provided breaking news reports and other feature stories for over 800 CNN Newsource affiliates. She was later made congressional correspondent and the co-anchor of the show The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer. Kate Bolduan was also the anchor of State of the Race, a US politics-based show on CNN International broadcasting.

She is now the co-anchor of CNN’s popular new morning show, New Day, along with Chris and Michael Pereira. The professional chemistry between her and Cuomo is great. Bolduan is also CNN’s congressional correspondent. She covers the Senate and US House, reports on events and legislative process. Bolduan had fun covering an intense political race. Every night, the crew engaged international audiences by offering the latest news on the campaign and giving them the inside picture of what is going on inside the campaigns and what the voters were thinking.

27 Oct, 2018


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