Adrienne Bankert was born in Sacramento, California and currently lives in New York. She has a good knowledge of speaking English and Spanish language. Bankert completed her bachelor’s degree majoring in communication and media studies from University of Southern California. Moving towards her work experiences, Bankert began her news career from her hometown of Sacramento. Her first job was for the KCRA TV as a traffic anchor in a show called traffic pulse where she produce detail commuting reports for Monday to Friday broadcasts AM and PM newscasts. She worked there for one year and nine months i.e. from October 2004 to June 2006.
After that, she joined Hearst Television KCRA in July 2006 as a news anchor, reporter and host. Her duty was to write and produced special segments including social media, trends and local events, hosting monthly community affairs program and locally produced reality programming. According to Adrienne Bankert wiki, she covered the major stories like the Japanese earthquake and tsunami of 2011, California wildfires, Jerry Brown's 2010 governor's race and the discovery of missing child Jaycee Dugard. She also took an interview of famous people like NFL Hall of Famer Tim Brown, NBA's Matt Barnes and comedians Marlon Wayans and D.L. Hughley. After working for five years and 11 months, she left her job on May 2012.
Later she joined CBS 11 KTVT as an anchor in June 2012 in Dallas, Fort Worth area. She was an anchor of the morning show CBS 11 News This Morning and CBS 11 News at 11.
She covered the biggest stories like Ebola in America and the affordable care act. She interviewed various actors, athletes and icons like Oprah, Owen Wilson, and the Oakland Raiders Michael Crabtree. She hosted TXA 21 Plugged in to DFW community talk show and served at local schools, nonprofits, film festivals, and women’s forums in the Dallas FTW area. Currently, she is a national correspondent, mentor and speaker in ABC News in New York City.
As stated in Adrienne Bankert bio, she has also supported in number of organizations like Family Learning Center, Sacramento Helping Hands, LIGHT, Sutter Health and Carter Blood Care. She is the founder and president of Loving Individuals Giving Help Together (LIGHT) and was a board member of Sacramento Helping Hands which helped to facilitate marketing opportunities, fundraising and community partnership for four years from January 2009 to December 2012.
Bankert loves to keep her profile low so there are no information available about Adrienne Bankert engaged or Adrienne Bankert married. As her real age is not given, it is hard to know that is Adrienne Bankert married or not. But she must have list of boyfriends in her school and college time. There are no hints like her wedding photos Adrienne Bankert engaged news in her social sites too so we think that she is single yet. It is surprising to know that Adrienne Bankert wiki is not provided in the most visited site like Wikipedia. But Adrienne Bankert bio can be read from her social networking sites like Facebook and Twitter.