Greg Myre Biography
Greg Myre is a preeminent On-Air personality currently working at NPR as a national security correspondent since his promotion in the year 2016. Greg first joined the station as a Morning Edition Editor back in 2008. Before joining NPR, he worked for four years as a Correspondent at The New York Times in Israel.
Greg Myre Age
Greg Myre was born in Chesterfield, Missouri, in the United States. Nevertheless, details with reference to his date and year of birth are currently unknown.
Greg Myre Height
Greg is a man of standard stature and stands at a height of 5 feet 8 inches (1.72 m).
Greg Myre Family
Greg was born and also brought up under the loving care of his hardworking father John Myre and devoted mother Carole in Chesterfield, Missouri, in the United States of America. His mum presently works as a psychotherapist while his dad initially served as the director of risk management in St. Louis.
Greg Myre Wife
He is blissfully hitched to his stunning and caring wife called Jennifer Griffin. The pair met on October 29, 1989, at a political rally that was held in South Africa. When they met Greg served for the Associated Press as a staff correspondent while Griffin was a college student. The two love birds tied the knot in October 1994 and they are blessed with three lovely children namely Annalise Myre, Amelia Myre, and Luke Myre.
Greg Myre Education
He obtained his high school diploma from a local high school. Later on, he matriculated at Yale University and graduated with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Broadcast Journalism.
Greg Myre Salary
He receives an ample salary of $99,680 annually. This is according to NPR National Security Correspondents’ salaries.
Greg Myre Net Worth
Greg Myre has piled up his legally acquired fortune over the years he has worked and has an estimated net worth of $5 million.
Greg Myre Career
As of now, he serves as a national security correspondent at NPR since 2016. Greg became part of the station’s team after officially joining back in 2008. He was first commissioned at the network as a Morning Edition Editor, nevertheless, three years later he was promoted to the International Digital Editor.
Greg served in that position for a period of five years before he was reassigned to his present role. Before joining NPR, he worked for four years as a Correspondent at The New York Times in Israel. While in Israel Greg reported on the rise of Hamas, the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, the Israeli-Hezbollah war in 2006, and the Israeli withdrawal from the Gaza Strip.
He worked as a News Editor, Reporter, and Bureau Chief at The Associated Press from 1983 to 2003. Throughout his time serving at The Associated Press, he covered the rise of the Taliban and Nelson Mandela’s release, and he met the Taliban leaders in 1995.