Kate Snow Bio, Husband, Age, Body Measurements, Height, MSNBC Career
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The well-known Emmy-winning national correspondent for NBC News and host of NBC Sunday Nightly News is none other than American television journalist Kate Snow. Prior to her flourishing career at NBC, she worked for several other print media and broadcasting organizations where she learned a great deal to rise to where she is today. Here is everything you need to know about Kate Snow’s biography, her age, her career with MSNBC, her family, and some personal details about her body measurements and spectacular height.

Bio, Age Of Kate Snow

Kate was born on 10 June 1969 in Bangor, Maine, United States of America. She is white and therefore belongs to the white ethnic group and has American citizenship. Her father is Dean R. Snow, the renowned anthropologist and Iroquois expert, a former professor at Pennsylvania State University, while her mother was an English and dance teacher. Her family moved to New York when she was just six months old, so she spent her childhood days in New York with her learned and caring parents.

The media personality attended New York’s Preston High School and later Cornell University for her college education, where she majored in Communications and graduated in 1991. She later enrolled for her master’s degree at Georgetown University to study International Affairs/Foreign Services and received her certificate in 2002.

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Career Beginnings and MSNBC Career 

Immediately after college, she worked as a reporter for NPR and NBC Radio after graduating, moving to KOAT-TV in 1995 where she worked as a reporter for three years before joining Cable News Network, CNN, in 1998. During her time at CNN, Kate Snow covered important political news and reported on White House and Congressional events until 2003.

From CNN, she moved to ABC Network in 2003, where she was the popular reporter for Good Morning America at the White House for six years. Later she was promoted to co-host the weekend edition of the morning show. Kate became more popular after the 2008 presidential election when she was ABC News’ correspondent for the Democrats, following every step of Hillary Clinton and her events. During this time in her career, she interviewed many influential people including Bill Clinton, former President Barrack Obama, Ringo Starr, Jeff Bezos, and a host of political heavyweights.

Her time at ABC News came to an end in 2010 when she joined MSNBC News as a Dateline MSNBC News correspondent. For the first three years here, she was a correspondent at Show Rock Center with Brian Williams, Kate also served as a Dateline MSNBC correspondent from 2010 and as a fill-in news anchor for Today, Weekend Today and MSNBC Nightly News from 2011. She has also been the national correspondent for MSNBC News since 2013.

Throughout her career, she has reported extensively on politics, covering five U.S. presidential elections, events at the ever-busy and newsworthy White House, Congress, and the development of news programs such as the mass executions in Newton, conflicts in the Middle East, etc.

Her contributions to the media house are known to influence many political laws and public opinion about what is happening in American society. Her Emmy nominated series “Hooked: America’s Heroin Epidemic” called on Congress to sit in hearings and take legislative action on the public health crisis that was then about turning America upside down. It received praise for this from drug policy organizations and affected NGOs

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Her other works that have changed American societies for the better include – her 2015 series on transgender children, which featured a video of a five-year-old transgender child – Jacob go viral in the social media, her Rock Center report on young exchange students abused by host parents was the catalyst for a new policy on exchange students in the State Department. Her report on the serious effects of text messaging while driving did not go unnoticed, just as her report on concussions among young female football players triggered national discussions for good reasons.

Family: Husband

Kate Snow is married to radio host Chris Bro and together they have two children named Zach Bro and Abigail Keller Bro.

It is not publicly known how they met and how long they lived together before the marriage, nor is there a verified date for their marriage. At best, one can assume that they had a quiet wedding and keep many details about their family life secret from the public as much as possible. The family of four still lives together and there are no minor or major rumors of any turbulence in their marriage.

Body Measurements, Height

Height: 5 feet 3 inches

Body Measurements: approximately 33-25-33 inches

Eye Colour: Brown

Hair Colour: Blonde.