Christi Paul

Born on 1st January 1969, Christi Paul is an American TV journalist and talk show host. She can be seen anchoring for the weekday news of HLN and the weekend anchor of CNN's New Day. She attended the University of Toledo earning a bachelor's degree in broadcast journalism. In 2003, she joined the network working as an anchor and reporter in Idaho and Arizona. She was honored by the Idaho Press Club while she was working for the KTVB for her cover stories about a 4-year-old girl who underwent a five-organ transplant, Julianne Prudhomme. While at KTVK, she created a segment along with the Arizona Humane Society that helped to connect hundreds of abandoned animals with new families. She began her broadcast journalism career as a news anchor, editor, photographer, and reporter for WDTV. Her notable credits as a TV broadcast journalist are Morning Express with Robin Meade and Headline News.

CNN correspondent Christi Paul is also donates her time and effort to keep children safe.

Paul is one of the founding partners of the organization Find our Children, that works along with the National Centre to find missing and exploited children in Washington DC. She also serves as a board member for Safe Kids Georgia, is an ambassador for the Starlight Starbright Children's Foundation, and is on the National Advisory Council for the One Love Foundation in honor of Yeardley Love (who was beaten to death by her boyfriend), is involved with Girl Talk Inc. which is an organization where middle school girls are mentored by high school students to fight bullying and to create self-esteem. She has recently been named “Outstanding Alumna” from the University of Toledo's Department of Communication. Paul was honored with the Hope Award by NCMEC in 2012, which in the past has been awarded to influential persons like Colin Powell, Joe Biden and Ben Affleck.

Christi Paul has been married twice. She has a book based on her experiences with her ex- husband.

She also has written a book titled Love isn't supposed to hurt, based on her experience of going through the verbal and emotional abuse from her first marriage to Rob Koebel, also a reporter and news anchor, whom she met in West Virginia and moved with to Boise and Phoenix. It isn't known when these two got married or divorced, but the couple didn't have any children. Paul must have faced in the early to mid 90's the horrible experiences outlined in her book that ultimately led her to split with ex-husband Rob. Paul married for the 2nd time in her life to Peter Paul in 2003. At the age of 47, she has three daughters with him.

Christi has also been on beauty pageants and won as well with her charming looks beautiful figure and sexy legs.

She is tall with a height of five feet and five inches. Paul was also a beauty contestant, having won the titles of Miss Mansfield (Ohio), Miss Greater Cleveland (1991 – 1992), and third runner up to Miss Ohio (1993). Paul has recorded 2 songs that coincide with her book, named Wake Up In It and Free, and she is equally talented as a singer having sung with Grammy winners Richard Marx and David Foster. On 6th June, 2007 Paul performed the US national anthem before the Atlanta Braves vs. Florida Marlins game and the NHL game between Colorado Avalanche and the Atlanta Thrashers on 29th February 2009. Paul is a fan of the NFL's Cleveland Browns. More on her bio can be found on wiki sites.

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