Kristina Pink

Kristina Pink (born March 12, 1986, in Miami, Florida) is an American sideline reporter for FOX Sports’ NFL coverage. She also works as a courtside reporter for the Los Angeles Clippers on FOX Sports’ regional network, Prime Ticket.

Early Life of Kristina Pink

Kristina Pink was born on March 12, 1986, in Miami, Florida, USA. Her parents’ information is unavailable. She has a brother, the name of whom is not given. She is 33 years old as of 2019 and was born under the sign of Pisces.

Her nationality is American, and her ethnicity is Afro-American. In terms of education, she went to high school in Pembroke Pines, Florida. Later, she enrolled at the University of Florida and earned a Bachelor’s degree in telecommunications.

Kristina Pink’s Net Worth and Earnings

Kristina Pink’s net worth is estimated to be $750000 as of 2019. According to reports, she earns $60000 per year from her profession.

Who is Kristina Pink Husband?

Kristina Pink is not married or in a relationship. She hasn’t revealed anything about her personal life in the media. As a result, information about her love life and previous affairs has remained a closely guarded secret for the time being. She is currently working extremely hard and concentrating on her career. As a result, she’s most likely single.

Kristina Pink’s Awards and Achievements

So far, she has received no awards or nominations.

Kristina Pink’s Professional Career

  • To begin, she began her journalism career while still a student at the University of Florida.
  • Kristina then worked as a sportscaster for the university’s TV station WUFT, followed by WRUF-AM 850.
  • She later worked as a sports reporter for WTVJ-TV in Miami and WGNO-TV in New Orleans.
  • Pink began her professional career as a sports reporter at WDBD-TV in Jackson, Mississippi in 2008.
  • She also covered sports news for Super Bowl XLIV and the Pro Bowl in 2010.
  • In 2012, the reporter worked as a sideline reporter for FOX Sports in FOX NFL.
  • She also covered the news for FOX Sports’ college football coverage in 2013 and 2014.
  • She is currently working as a courtside reporter for the Los Angeles Clippers on FOX Sports’ regional network, Prime Ticket.