Jemele Hill is a famous On-Air personality currently serving for the Atlantic magazine as a staff writer. Hill has been a part of the station since she joined in October 2018. Further, she also co-hosts “Cari & Jemele Stick to Sports” alongside Cari Champion. The show airs on Vice TV.
Before the Atlantic, Jemele served as a television personality and sports journalist at ESPN for almost twelve years. Similarly, she also hosted the SportsCenter, and the Numbers Never Lie. During her leisure time, Jemele loves traveling, hiking, and reading.
Jemele Hill Age
Jemele Hill was born on December 21, 1975, in Detroit, Michigan in the United States of America. She is 46 years old and marks her birthday on December 21 every year.
Jemele Hill Height
Hill is a woman of average height. She stands at the height of 5 feet 5 inches (approximately 1.65 meters).
Jemele Hill Family
Hill was born and raised in Detroit, Michigan, in the United States under the loving care of her devoted and hardworking parents. She holds an American nationality by birth but belongs to the African-American race. In 1980, her family locomoted in Houston and dwelled there for a couple of years prior to returning to Detroit.
Jemele Hill Husband
She is a wedded woman. She is merrily and contentedly married to her lovely, devoted, and supportive husband called Ian Wallace. The duo has been living together since they were tied in 2019. The couple does not have any children as of now but we shall update you soon. The charming couple is presently living in Massachusetts.
Jemele Hill Education
Growing up in Detroit she obtained her High School Diploma in 1993 from Mumford High School and thereafter registered at Michigan State University. She registered at the institution in 1993 and acquired her Bachelor’s degree in journalism in 1997.
Jemele Hill Salary
Hill receives an annual average salary of $90,392. This is according to The Atlantic anchors \ reporters’ salaries.
Jemele Hill’s Net Worth
Hill has an estimated net worth of about $4 million US dollars.
Jemele Hill Career
Before The Atlantic, she served as a Television personality and sports journalist at ESPN for eleven years and eleven months. Jamele made her first debut at the station in the month of November 2006.
While there, she has occurred on different programs including Outside the Lines, The Sports Reporters, and ESPN First Take. In 2012, during the college football season, she worked as a sideline reporter alongside Carter Blackburn and Rod Gilmore on Friday nights. In September 2018 Hill departed the station.
She started her career as a journalist in May 1997, when she was employed as a general assignment sports reporter at The News and Observer found in Raleigh. Nevertheless, a year and eight months later she left the station and migrated to Michigan, where she was employed as a writer at the Detroit Free Press. Hill wrote everyday reports for the station for six years and two months before resigning in February 2005.
From 2005 to 2006, she operated as a Sports Columnist at The Orlando Sentinel. In November 2006 she joined ESPN, where she worked as a sports journalist and television personality for eleven years and eleven months prior to joining The Atlantic. She still works as a Staff Writer at The Atlantic to date.