Alexi McCammond is a famous American journalist and reporter. As of now, she works as a national political reporter at Axios since 2017. She reported the 2020 presidential election. She obtained the Michael J. Feeney Emerging Journalist Award from the National Association of Black Journalists in Aug 2019.
Additionally, she worked as an NBC and MSNBC contributor and a contributor for PBS’s Washington Week. She emerged on 2020’s Forbes 30 Under 30 list. She wrote concerning Michael Bloomberg’s withdrawal from the 2020 Democratic primary race in Mar 2020.
Alexi McCammond was born in 1994 in Chicago, Illinois, United States of America. She is 28 years of age.
She stands at a moderate height of 5 feet 4 inches (Approximately 1.62 meters).
Alexi McCammond Family
McCammond was born and raised in Chicago, Illinois by her father and mother. She grew up along with her two siblings, a sister, and a brother. She had to abandon her dreams of becoming a doctor, after her dad lost his job, and therefore lost the means to pay tuition. McCammond carries an American nationality and belongs to mixed-race descent.
Alexi McCammond Husband
She is dating her boyfriend called TJ Ducklo, a White House deputy press secretary. The duo met on the 2020 campaign trail and started dating in Nov.
Alexi McCammond Education
She studied at Guilford High School in Rockford, Illinois. In 2011, she registered at the University of Chicago on a full 4-year QuestBridge scholarship, and graduated in 2015, with an A.B. in sociology and Spanish language and literature. Further, she obtained additional training from the National Association of Black Journalists.
Alexi McCammond Salary
She receives an annual salary of $84,235 and is according to Axios anchors’/reporters salaries.
Alexi McCammond Net Worth
McCammond has an estimated net worth of $1.5 million US dollars.
Alexi McCammond Career
Alexi presently operating as a national political reporter at Axios since 2017. She covered the 2020 presidential election. In Aug 2019, she accepted the Michael J. Feeney Emerging Journalist Award from the National Association of Black Journalists. Additionally, she worked as an NBC and MSNBC contributor and a contributor for PBS’s Washington Week. McCammond emerged on 2020’s Forbes 30 Under 30 list.
She wrote concerning Michael Bloomberg’s withdrawal from the 2020 Democratic primary race in Mar 2020. She also revealed presidential schedules disclosing that 60% of Donald Trump’s days were devoted to “executive time” while he was president.
In Mar 2021, she was selected as Editor in Chief of Conde Nast’s Teen Vogue. After the appointment racist, homophobic, and bigoted tweets written by her resurfaced. She apologized to the staff of Teen Vogue and resigned from the position before beginning in the role. Tardily, she returned to her former role as a political reporter at Axios.