American television news correspondent Chris Jansing is currently working for NBC News as Senior White House Correspondent. She was the host of an MSNBC show named Jansing and Company since 2010 to 2014. Kapostasy-Jansing mainly known as Chris Jansing was born on January 30, 1957, in Fairport Harbor, Ohio. Jansing is the daughter of Joseph Kapostasy and Tilly Kapostasy.
She graduated from Otterbein College which locates in Ohio in 1978. She was appointed as a general assignment reporter for WNYT television which locates in Albany, NY.
Later, she became a weekend anchor and then weekly co-anchor. She worked at WNYT for 17 years. She was a winner of New York Emmy Award in 1997 for her coverage of Olympic Park. She worked for NBC News in June 1998. She also hosted for The Today Show and the Sunday version of NBC Nightly News. She also worked as a field reporter in Los Angeles in 2008.
She has made immense achievement and awards. She was the winner of New York Emmy Award in 1997. She got that award because of her coverage of Olympic Park Bombing at the Olympic Games. She was awarded as Best Person award from New York State Broadcasters Association.
Let's talk about her conjugal life, Chirs Jansing married to a longtime boyfriend chemist, Robert Jansing in 1982. She started using her married name from 1998. Jansing and her husband got divorced because of some problems which they have not revealed. There is not much information regarding her personal life with whom she is dating. The couple seems to have no children. She has decided to stay single until she finds the perfect one.
Her net worth has not been disclosed by any media. She is satisfied by her work and pays. We can assume she is paid the attractive salary that has also boosted her net worth to million.
After so many ups and downs in her life, she has been able to focus on her career. She is five feet six inch tall and has the hot figure. She is also active in social networking sites where her fans can be connected with her. You can get more information and bio on wiki sites.