CNN Anchor Woman – Kiran Chhetri – Born to Nepali Father and American Mother

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Kiran (which means “ray of light” in Sanskrit) was born in Patan Hospital (Shanta Bhawan), Kathmandu Nepal. Her father is Nepalese and her mother is half Ukrainian and a combination of Dutch and German.[1] Seven months later, her parents, Hom Chetry and Nancy (who met while serving in the Peace Corps in Nepal) moved their new family of three to America. Kiran grew up in Gaithersburg, Maryland and attended Montgomery Blair High School (Silver Spring, Maryland) where she served in student government, danced on the pom squad, [2] and competed on the swim team.[3] Upon graduation she enrolled at the University of Maryland, College Park’s College of Journalism, where she joined the Alpha Pi chapter of Delta Delta Delta sorority[4] and received her bachelor of arts in broadcast journalism.

Kiran Chhetri Being Interviews By Larry King -


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