The Biography of CNN’s Stella Inder tells us how she came to be on television. Born in Russia, she was raised in the United States. She interned at several stations, including KXLF in Los Angeles and KABC in Kansas City. She earned a bachelor’s degree in broadcast journalism from the University of Southern California. Inger has also won a number of awards, including a Jefferson-Lincoln Award and the LA Press Club for Best Use of Social Media in a Newscast.
Inger grew up in the U.S., where she attended LA Valley College and the University of Southern California. She later worked as a personal banker before making her TV debut. Her first job was with CBS affiliate KESQ-TV, where she worked for two years. After graduating, she went to work for KTVK. Inger was even named the best TV character in the desert.
After graduating from UCLA, Inger spent a year at KXLF, a local CBS station in Phoenix. Later, she interned at KABC and CNN’s Los Angeles Unit. She also worked for a short time at the ABC affiliate KPSP in Palm Springs and at the CBS station KGUN in the Los Angeles area. In addition to working for CNN, she also co-anchored the morning news for KGUN in Tucson, Arizona.