Jennifer Kraus Biography
Jennifer Kraus is a journalist from the United States who works as a Weekend Morning Anchor for NewsChannel 5 and as a member of the award-winning Investigative Team. Her job as an investigative reporter at NewsChannel 5 began after she discovered top management at Feed the Children’s regional warehouse and headquarters stealing from the organization.
Jennifer Kraus Age
How old is Kraus? She is 55 years old as of 1 April 2022, she was born in 1967 in Brentwood, Tennessee, United States of America.
Jennifer Kraus Education
Jennifer holds a bachelor’s degree in international relations, political science, and Japanese from Occidental College in Los Angeles.
Jennifer Kraus Nationality
The talented news anchor is an American national and citizen by birth. She was born in Brentwood, Tennessee, United State of America. She is of white ethnicity/heritage/ancestry.
Jennifer Kraus Early Life | Family
Kraus was born and raised in Brentwood, Tennessee, United States, by her parents. We were unable to learn anything about her family because no such information was available to the public. As a result, her parents’ identities are unknown. It’s also unknown whether he has siblings. This section, however, will be updated as soon as new information becomes available.
Jennifer Kraus Husband | Married | Barry Martin Thomas
She is happily married to Barry Martin Thomas. The couple has four children. She enjoys reading, cooking, Zumba, and running when she is not occupied with her children.
Jennifer Kraus Wedding
Apparently, information about her wedding has not yet been updated.
Jennifer Kraus Salary
She earns an annual salary of $1 Million.
Jennifer Kraus’s Net Worth
She has an estimated net worth of $2 million.
Jennifer Kraus Channel 5 |Career
After Jennifer brought attention to a concerning failure rate of a common type of smoke detector, the Metro Nashville Fire Department announced modifications to its detector distribution program. Following her investigation, the state fined the Veterans Support Organization $20,000 and ordered the VSO to change how it generates money. Following Jennifer’s research into the dangers of novelty lighters, Tennessee legislators voted to make them illegal. Following her well-publicized undercover investigations into disability parking permit abuse, lawmakers tightened the requirements for getting these special placards. Jennifer’s career as a NewsChannel 5 investigative reporter began when she caught top management at Feed the Children’s regional warehouse and headquarters stealing from the nonprofit. The executive director of the Oklahoma City-based nonprofit, as well as the Nashville District Attorney, were fired as a result.
Jennifer began her career as a general assignment reporter for NewsChannel 5 in 1994. Some of the highlights include traveling with troops from Fort Campbell to Nicaragua and El Salvador after Hurricane Mitch, conducting one of the last interviews with James Earl Ray, the assassin of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., in prison just before his death, and getting the first interview with convicted serial killer Paul Dennis Reid from his jail cell right after his arrest. Jennifer spent more than ten hours on set co-anchoring NewsChannel 5’s live coverage of the unprecedented floods in middle Tennessee in May 2010.
Jennifer’s work has won regional Emmy Awards for Investigative Reporting and Business & Consumer Reporting, Tennessee Associated Press Awards for Consumer Reporting, two National Headliner Awards for Consumer Reporting, two National Press Club Awards for Consumer Reporting, a national Edward R. Murrow Award for Investigative Reporting, a national Edward R. Murrow Award for Investigative Reporting, a national Edward R. Murrow Award for Investigative Reporting, and a national Edward R. Murrow Award for Investigative Report Before joining NewsChannel 5, Jennifer worked at WSFA-TV in Montgomery, Alabama, WSIL-TV in Carterville, Illinois, KGET-TV in Bakersfield, California, KHJ/KCAL-TV and KCBS-TV in Los Angeles, California.