Kristin Sanchez Biography
Kristin Sanchez is an American news traffic anchor for NBC 6 News. Sanchez comes to NBC6 from CBS affiliate WINK in Fort Myers, Florida, where she served as a news reporter for two years and most recently as a traffic reporter. … Sanchez moved to Myrtle Beach, South Carolina from Orlando where she served as a weekend reporter at NBC affiliate WMBF.
Kristin Sanchez Age
Her age is still under review as per our sources.
Kristin Sanchez Husband|Engaged
She is married and both she and her family are living in a 3-bedroom house and are thriving. However, she has not mentioned the name of her husband.Kristin Sanchez Photo
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Beginning May 28, 2018, Sanchez joined the NBC owned and operated the station as the morning traffic reporter. She is now part of the morning crew along with anchors Sheli Muñiz and Roxanne Vargas and meteorologist Adam Berg weekdays from 4:30 a.m. to 7 a.m. Vargas recently joined the morning team.
Sanchez replaced Kelly Blanco who shifted over to the 4 p.m. newscast and early evening newscasts for traffic alerts. She will also become a lifestyle and entertainment reporter.
“My TV morning family on and off the air has made working in my hometown a dream,” said Blanco, who has been with the Miramar station since 2013.
She often took part in the NBC 6 Cafe, when the morning team visited different popular spots in Miami-Dade and Broward and served coffee and pastelitos to viewers. “I look forward to continuing to grow my role as traffic and entertainment reporter at NBC6 and, of course, the extra sleep is nice.”
Sanchez came from WINK-CH. 11, the CBS affiliate in Fort Myers where she also reported on traffic and morning news. She has also worked as a producer at NBC Sports’ Golf Channel and ABC affiliate WFTV in Orlando.“Kristin’s energy, passion, and expertise as traffic reporter make her the perfect addition to our team,” said Migdalia Figueroa, WTVJ’s vice president of news.
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Kristin comes to NBC6 from CBS affiliate WINK in Fort Myers, Florida, where she served as a news reporter for two years and most recently as a traffic reporter. Prior to this, she has held producer positions at NBC Sports’ Golf Channel and ABC affiliate WFTV in Orlando, Florida. Sanchez moved to Myrtle Beach, South Carolina from Orlando where she served as a weekend reporter at NBC affiliate WMBF.
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Kristin Sanchez Interview
Now that you’ve tackled organizing your stash at home, here’s new inspo for paring down your portable beauty products. FBP had the pleasure of speaking to the always prepared Kristin Sanchez, our favorite Ft. Myers morning traffic anchor and reporter at WINK News, who’s heading to Miami’s WTVJ this spring.
Kristin’s day-to-day duties vary, and when she’s sent to cover a breaking news story, all kinds of conditions – including our insane wind or local massive fires – are commonplace.
Yet she always looks perfect. Having spotted her at an event, nosy me asked for a peek at her bag to see her on-the-go beauty must-haves.
It was a lesson in less is more.
FBP’s Ultra-Quick Interview with Kristin Sanchez
FBP: You always look perfectly polished when covering stories outside the studio. What are your go-to products?
SANCHEZ: When you’re out in the field reporting, breaking news can come at a moment’s notice. There are always a few things I like to have on hand when I’m in a time crunch.
First, a bright lipstick for a pop of color. Then some light powder to get rid of any shine. And, and last but not least, hair balm is a must!
I’m a loyal MAC Cosmetics gal. The products last forever and always make my skin look great.
For my long locks, I stick with Brazilian Blowout products. Their Açai Protective Strengthening Balm keeps my hair smooth and in place, especially when the weather turns humid.
FBP: On hot days, what are your melt-proof makeup products?
SANCHEZ: I love using MAC Prep + Prime Fix, a lightweight water mist that gently soothes and refreshes skin and finishes makeup. Perfect for Florida’s steamy summer days.