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Adrienne Bankert and interesting journey of her profession as a Journalist

A well-known ABC News Journalist Adrienne Bankert has completed her degree in Communications and media from the University of Southern California. Her nationality is American. She was born and brought up in the Coast of Sacramento. She is very much passionate about guiding the people (counseling) and started an NGO named as Loving Individuals Giving Help Together (LIGHT). Other than being a journalist she is a good speaker, Presenter, mentor, and a television correspondent.

Career of Adrienne

From a very young age, she wanted to become a journalist. She first started to work on NCB station, KCR-TV as a prominent traffic reporter between 2004 October and June 2006. During her working period,she covered important stories which include California wildfire, earthquake of Japan and 2011 tsunami, investigated on a missing child Jaycee in the discovery channel. And later in the year 2015 she joined ABC News in New York and working as a correspondent currently. She was a presenter and the reporter in Fort Worth.

Apart from this she has also worked in KABC, Los Angeles as a reporter for breaking news program and some special reports like stock marketing, and Olympics etc. And she has acted in a few films like “How to get away with the Murder” in 2014, and “Lucas” in 2002.

Facts about Adrienne

She has covered many special reports like mudslides. She also worked in CBS 11 in Dallas as a co-anchor in CBS 11 News This Morning and CBS 11 News etc.

Adrienne net worth is estimated to be $1 million. She is a member ofmany NGO organizations Sacramento Helping hand, Sutter Health, Family learning center, and carter blood are few among them. As she is a journalist she knows how to handle the rumors and some controversies regarding her personal life. And she most often does not reveal about her family background.

January 5, 2019