Astrid Braunschmidt appears to be the most steaming hot weather girl of Canada. Astrid Braunschmidt is a member of the Canadian Meteorological and Oceanographic Society (CMOS).
She was recently named as CMOS Endorsed Weathercaster for the eminence of her on-air weather presentations.
Astrid Braunschmidt is married to Stephen Chang and has two sons with him. Astrid Braunschmidt with her husband has also adopted a baby girl.
She never had a boyfriend and was never rumored to be in a relationship before her marriage.
According to her, their family is always together during their breakfast and she walks her children to their school.
She also mentioned that the family frequently visits different places. She also revealed that she would like to see pyramids in near future and is very soon going to Europe with her mother for her holiday when asked in an interview.
Braunschmidt is also an amateur baker. She and her husband love baking and, love to spend their time with their children and are equally available for them.
Astrid, as per source, was born in Ontario and spent her early ten years of life in Scotland.
She and her family came back to Canada in 1990 and have settled down in the mild west coast since then.
This beautiful lady attended Camosun College in Victoria and is a graduate with Applied Communication diploma degree in 2000.
In the year 2012, she joined Mississippi State University and studied broadcast meteorology.
Astrid Braunschmidt body measurements look highly maintained. Braunschmidt the terrific lady with alluring curvaceous figure says staying healthy means is to feel more from inside than out.
Braunschmidt is stunningly beautiful with dark brown hair and sexy gleaming hazel eyes. Astrid appears to be the most steaming hot weather girl of Canada.
She is pretty with very soothing voice and amazing accent, this lovely weather host displays her magnificent glow and manages to look younger than her actual age.
She stands tall with average height and well-maintained body that flatters her looks. Always opting for variety though simple clothes for her attire, this high heel shoes crazy shopper is one of the famous faces of Canadian TV.
Though she has kept her private profile very low, her professional bio can be found in CTV’s official site and it is sourced that wiki is also creating a page about her.
Astrid Braunschmidt started working for CTV News team just after her graduation. Astrid had also worked for radio stations as a program assistant in Honolulu, Hawaii.
As she was an awesome storyteller, her interpreting skill helped her to be promoted to a host of CTV.
Later in 2006, she started hosting a series which was set to reach out to all British Columbians who wanted to celebrate and learn more about Great Victoria’s history.
She is also one of the social philanthropists who traveled to Uganda accompanying the international aid group Watoto for providing their effort in caring for AIDS orphans and rehabilitating former child soldiers in the year 2008.
Currently working as a weather forecaster in the channel, she was awarded RTNDA Edward R. Murrow Award in Hard News Reporting in 2010 for her discovery of an owner of a burnt derelict tugboat abandoned in Sooke Harbor.
She was also nominated for YM-YWCA Women Distinction award in the Communication and Public Relation category.
Astrid Braunschmidt net worth and salary is under wraps. Astrid likes to live a low profile life doesn’t disclose her income and worth.
She has contributed to journalism in many ways. Her talent and dedication have made her a popular face of Canada.
Although her exact net worth and salary is not disclosed on the web, we can guess that she is being paid a good amount of salary for her tremendous work.