Kimberly Kuizon Biography and Wiki
Kimberly Kuizon joined the FOX 13 Team in March of 2013. She is a multimedia journalist covering our southern viewing area. And soon was assigned to cover a variety of stories. With her photographer background, she is a natural for the multimedia journalist position.
She shoots, writes, and edits all of her stories. She realized her love for news while anchoring the morning news at Anna Maria Elementary. Kimberly’s broadcasting career began in Sarasota at WWSB and then WFTS in Tampa as a multimedia journalist. She was honored with the University of Florida Excellence in Broadcasting Award and is a three-time winner of the Florida Associated Press Award. She enjoys scuba diving, fishing, and cheering for her Tampa Bay teams — and, of course, the Florida Gators.
Kimberly Kuizon Age
Kuizon was born on August 25. She celebrates her birthday on the 25th of August every year. However, she might be in her 20’s. Her actual age has not yet been posted. The details are under review and will be updated soon.
Kimberly Kuizon Height
Kuizon stands at a height of 5 feet 4 inches(1.63m) tall.
Kimberly Kuizon Family
Kuizon was born and raised in Anna Maria, Florida, she realized her love for news while anchoring the morning news at Anna Maria Elementary. After graduating from Manatee High School, she attended the University of Florida College of Journalism, receiving a degree in broadcast news. Her father, mother, brothers and sisters details are under review and will be updated soon.
Kimberly Kuizon Husband
Kimberly enjoys scuba diving, fishing, and cheering for her Tampa Bay teams — and, of course. Gators. You can contact Kimberly, through the following email address at Kimberly.Kuizon@foxtv.com. her husband details are under review an will be updated soon.
Kimberly Kuizon FOX 13
BRADENTON, Fla. (FOX 13) – A Manatee County man is taking a stand after offering a panhandler a job – and then being rejected. FOX 13’s Kimberly Kuizon joined Ryan Bray, of Bray Remodeling, as he stood at the intersection of 75th Street W and Manatee Avenue W, holding a sign to warn drivers not to give panhandlers cash.
During the interview, the transient man – identified by Bray as the one who rejected his offer for help – approached and confronted Bray, claiming he did nothing wrong.
Bray, who works for his family’s remodeling business, said he has seen the same group of panhandlers at the intersection before and wanted to do more than hand out a temporary solution, so he offered one of the men a job: $15 an hour to do yard work, plus help to get off the streets.
“He reached his arms inside my vehicle, resting them and said, ‘Hey, do you have any money?’ I said, ‘No, but I have one better for you…” He said, ‘Absolutely not.’ Started getting belligerent and cursing,” he said.
Bray said the panhandler kicked his Jeep and told him to leave.
That’s when Bray decided to warn others. He believes if drivers stop handing cash through their cracked windows, panhandlers will leave. “I offered him $15 an hour to do yardwork for me and he refused. If we as a community stop paying them, they will leave our neighborhood,” Bray wrote on a piece of poster board.
“I can’t have my 13-year-old daughter and my wife driving with their windows up and being berated the entire time if they don’t get money,” he said. Monday afternoon, the man used foul language as Bray stood near. He still managed to get a dollar or two.
“You can’t shut me down, brother,” the man said. The man who approached Bray did not want to be identified. He said he was not doing anything wrong by asking for help from drivers at the intersection.
Turning Points executive director Adell Erozer said some make a living off this.
“It’s hard to tell the difference between someone who is really homeless and somebody who is out there just panhandling,” she said. She said if you want to help, give money directly to organizations helping the homeless and not to those on the street.
“The best thing to do if we all really want to get rid of panhandlers is to don’t give to panhandlers,” she said. Bray said he will hold his sign to encourage panhandlers and the community to look for a hand up, not a handout.
Kimberly Kuizon Salary
Kuizon earns an annual salary ranging between $40,000 – $ 110,500.
Kimberly Kuizon Net Worth
Kuizon has an estimated net worth ranging between $1 Million – $5 Million which she has earned through being a multimedia journalist.