Jemele Hill Biography
Jemele Hill (Jemele Juanita Hill) is a popular On-Air personality currently working for the Atlantic magazine as a staff writer. She joined the station in October 2018. Moreover, Jemele together with Cari Champion co-hosts “Cari & Jemele (Won’t) Stick to Sports” which airs on Vice TV.
Jemele Hill Age
Jemele Hill was born on 21st December 1975, in Detroit, Michigan in the United States of America. She is 45 years old.
Jemele Hill Height
Jemele is a woman of moderate stature and stands at a height of 5 feet 5 inches (Approx. 1.65 m).
Jemele Hill Family
Jemele Hill was born and brought up under the loving care of her hardworking and dedicated parents in Detroit, Michigan, in the United States of America. In the year 1980, Jemele’s family moved to Houston and resided there for several years prior to moving back to Detroit.
Jemele Hill Husband
Jemele is gladly and contentedly hitched to her stunning and supportive husband named Ian Wallace. The two lovebirds tied the knot in 2019 and stay in Massachusetts.
Jemele attended Mumford High School where she later attained her High School Diploma in 1993. Later on, she graduated with a bachelor’s degree in journalism from Michigan State University in 1997.
Jemele Hill Salary
She receives a decent salary of $90,392 annually. This is in accordance with The Atlantic Staff Writers’ salaries.
Jemele Hill Net Worth
Jamele Hill has amassed a lot of wealth from her successful career and has an estimated net worth of $5 Million.
Jemele Hill Career
Jemele debuted her journalism career in May 1997, when she was commissioned at The News and Observer-located in Raleigh as a general assignment sports reporter. Nevertheless, Jemele left the station after a year and eight months later and moved to Michigan, where she was commissioned at the Detroit Free Press as a writer. Jemele wrote daily reports for six years and two months for the station prior to finally leaving in February of 2005.
She worked at The Orlando Sentinel as a Sports Columnist from 2005 to 2006. In November 2006, she moved to ESPN, where she worked for eleven years and eleven months as a sports journalist and television personality prior to joining The Atlantic. She still serves as a Staff Writer at The Atlantic up to date.