Julia Ainsley Bio, Age, Height, Husband,Salary,Net Worth, NBC
December 8, 2022
Julia Ainsley Biography
Julia Ainsley is an American journalist currently serving for NBC News in Washington D.C. as a news correspondent since May 2019. Ainsley writes primarily concerning the ongoings at the homeland security and Department of Justice. Earlier, she served as a writer at Reuters, National Journal, and other media outlets.
Julia Ainsley Age
Julia Ainsley was born on Sep 23, 1985, in Raleigh, North Carolina, in the United States of America. Ainsley is 36 years old and commemorates her birthday on September 23, every year.
Julia Ainsley Height
She is a woman of average stature and stands at a height of 5 feet 6 inches (Approximately 1.65 meters).
Julia Ainsley Family
She was born and raised in Raleigh, North Carolina, to a caring and loving father and mother. She is a proud daughter to Dr. and Mrs. George Sadler Edwards. Julia has two siblings i.e. George Sadler Edwards III. and Susan Edwards Lewis.
Julia Ainsley Husband
Julia is cheerfully married to her lovely husband named Newman Carraway Ainsley. The couple married at the Episcopal Christ Church of Georgetown on Oct 29, 2016, following getting engaged in Mar 2016.
Newman is a graduate of George Washington University in Washington D.C. where he now works at an Orthopedic practice. She received her first baby girl in Jan 2020 and called her Mary Wells Knight Ainsley. In Nov 2021, she likewise welcomed a second baby called Caroline.
Julia Ainsley Education
Following her high school education, she attended Davidson College in North Carolina and graduated in 2009 achieving a bachelor of Arts Degree in Psychology. Afterward, she pursued a Master of Science degree in journalism from the University of Northwestern in Illinois.
Julia Ainsley Salary
She receives an annual salary of $69,728. This is according to NBC News anchor’s/reporters’ salaries.
Julia Ainsley’s Net Worth
Ainsley has an estimated net worth of $ 1 million US dollars.
Julia Ainsley Career
Ainsley got her commencement in her journalism career serving at the Chicago Tribune media group as an intern, and Julia served as a Features Writer for the Tribune papers lifestyle section while completing her master’s degree. Afterward, She labored at National Journal as a Congressional reporter reporting on Capitol Hill for the web, a daily print publication, and a weekly magazine desired at influential people in Washington.
From 2013 -2017, she served at Thomson Reuters as a Criminal Justice Correspondent where she reported on counterterrorism, immigration, and criminal justice reform from Reuters’ Washington bureau.
She currently working for NBC News as a news correspondent in Washington D.C. since May 2019. Further, she writes primarily regarding the ongoings at the homeland security and Department of Justice.