Debbie Elliott Biography
Debbie Elliott is a popular American broadcast journalist presently working in Orange Beach, Alabama, United States as a correspondent for NPR. Debbie reports the events, politics, and latest news in the American South. She previously worked for WUAL-FM radio as an intern, which afterward joined other stations informing Alabama Public Radio.
Debbie Elliott Age
Debbie Elliott was born in Atlanta, Georgia, United States. She is around 51 years old, although details concerning her exact date and year of birth.
Debbie Elliott Height
Debbie is a woman of standard stature and stands at a height of 5 feet 8 inches (approx. 1.73 m).
Debbie Elliott Family
Debbie Elliott was born to her hardworking and caring parents in Atlanta, Georgia, and brought up in Memphis, Tennessee, United States of America. Nevertheless, details concerning Debbies’ parents and siblings are currently unavailable.
Debbie Elliott Education
She joined and graduated from Germantown High School. Moreover, she graduated from the University of Alabama.
Debbie Elliott Husband
She is gladly hitched to her lovely husband whom she has not disclosed his identity. The adorable couple shares two stunning kids. Moreover, the lovely family of four stays in south Alabama along with their pet beagle.
Debbie Elliott Salary
She earns a satisfactory salary of $125, 450 annually. This is according to NPR correspondents’ salaries.
Debbie Elliott Net Worth
Debbie Elliott has over the years stockpiled a greater fortune from his journalism career and has an estimated net worth of $2 million.
Debbie Elliott Career
As of now, she serves in Orange Beach, Alabama, United States as a correspondent for NPR since 1995. There, she reports the events, politics, and latest news in the American South. Moreover, Debbie is a contributor to podcasts and live programs and appears as a guest host of NPR’s news programs.
Debbie has reported major stories such as hurricanes Harvey, Katrina, and Andrew. Furthermore, she covered the aftermath of the Haiti earthquake in 2010. Moreover, in 2018, Debbie was recognized by the Alliance for Women in Media Foundation with the 2018 Gracie Award for reporting on the crisis in the deadly white supremacist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia.
She, indeed, spent months reporting the BP oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico in 2010. Additionally, she afterward started the series, The Disappearing Coast, exploring the oil spill’s lasting imprint on a fragile Gulf coastline.