Kasie Hunt is a well-known name working in the field of journalism since a decade. Kasie Hunt is currently working as a political reporter for NBC News and MSNBC. She started her career as an intern at the NBC News in the political unit later being upgraded as a correspondent which has lifted her to a new height.
Kasie Hunt was born on 24 May 1985 in Wayne, Pennsylvania, United States of America. Her parents are Krista Hunt and Bruce Hunt. Her other family members also include sister named Carly Hunt who is a former golf player for both Georgetown Hoyas and Maryland Terrapins Women’s Golf Teams.
Kasie went to study at the Conestoga High School and graduated in 2003. After that, she got enrolled at George Washington University for her further study. There, she earned herself a Bachelor’s degree in International Affairs in 2006. Additionally, she has also earned her Master’s degree in Sociology from St. John’s College, Cambridge.
At the beginning of her journalism career, Kasie Hunt started as an intern in for the NBC News as a part of her internship. Later in January of 2013, she officially became the off-air reporter and producer of the NBC News. After that, she was promoted to a political correspondent in November of the following year that is 2015.
Kasie Hunt has been active in this field since 2007 and it is sure that during this long period, she must have won multiple fans and followers in her career. She has also been writing for the msnbc.com and gives her regular appearance on MSNBC and Bloomberg shows which includes Morning Joe, With All Due Respect, and Hardball with Chris Matthews.
Kasie Hunt tied knot Matt Rivera, both of white ethnicity, who is the senior digital producer of 'Meet the Press'. This couple got married in April 2017. The wedding ceremony was held at Shenandoah Woods in Virginia where many TV's fellows attended the celebration. Talking about their age, Kasie is 31 and Matt is 35 and we know they will be having a great married life until the end.
"We were so touched that so many of our friends and family were willing to make the trek out to spend a weekend celebrating away from all the noise and distraction of our crazy lives in journalism," said Kasie Hunt, Washington Post.