Kristle Adler is a Los Angeles native whose roots run deep in the SoCal community. She's passionate about reporting on serious issues that impact Californians, like crime and public safety. Her goal is to "give a voice to the voiceless."
Kris graduated from Cal State Fullerton where she earned a bachelor's degree in journalism. During her time at CSUF, she served as the president of the Society of Professional Journalists CSUF chapter, and was an executive producer, writer, editor, and anchor for Titan TV. As a Titan Radio DJ and Street Team member, she hosted and produced her own mental health radio show. Kris also received the Vikki Vargas/NBC4 broadcasting scholarship and an NBCU Academy Fellowship while she was a student. She is the first recipient of the RTNA's Carol Breshears Memorial Scholarship and was nominated for Hearst Journalism Award.
Kris was a paralegal for 5 years and has completed one year of law school. All of her free time is spent exploring California with her two young boys, Evan and Conor.
As a new KFI reporter, Kris is excited about being a trusted voice for our listeners.