Kelsey Snell Biography
Kelsey Snell is a prominent American journalist presently working in Washington, District of Columbia, United States for NPR as a congressional correspondent. Initially, Kelsey worked in Washington, DC for The Washington Post as a reporter.
Kelsey Snell Age
Kelsey Snell was born in Chicago, Illinois, United States of America. She is around 41 years old, although she has not disclosed any details with reference to her exact date or year of birth.
Kelsey Snell Height
Kelsey is a woman of standard stature and stands at a height of 5 feet 8 inches (Approx. 1.75 m).
Kelsey Snell Family
Kelsey Snell was born to her lovely parents in Chicago, Illinois, United States of America. Nevertheless, details with respect to her parents and siblings are not available and we shall update you once we have detailed information regarding their identity.
Kelsey Snell Education
Kelsey joined and graduated from Libertyville High School. Moreover, she attended DePaul University and graduated with a bachelor of arts degree in Political Science, English, and Journalism. Kelsey attained her master’s degree from Northwestern University in 2010.
Kelsey Snell Husband
Despite being a well-known journalist, details concerning her marital status are not known and it’s, therefore, impossible to mention if she is married, dating, single, or divorced. However, this section is under review and we shall update you once we have detailed information regarding Kelsey’s love life.
Kelsey Snell Salary
She earns an ample salary of $95,560 annually. This is according to National Public Radio congressional correspondents’ salaries.
Kelsey Snell Net Worth
Kelsey Snell has over the years accumulated quite an impressive fortune from her journalism career and has an estimated net worth of $1.5 million.
Kelsey Snell Career
In October 2017, Kelsey joined NPR as a congressional correspondent. Before joining the National Public Radio news family, she worked in Washington, D.C. for The Washington Post as a reporter from April 2015 to October 2017. While there, Kelsey reported on Congress with a special focus on fiscal and budget issues.
Furthermore, she was part of the lead reporters on the Republican health care legislation at the Post and she co-created an exclusive reporting series on Women in Power during the 2016 election. Prior to that, Kelsey served for Politico in based Washington, D.C. as a Tas reporter from September 2012 to April 2015.
She worked for The National Journal in Washington D.C as an economics and budget reporter from September 2010 to September 2012. While at the Journal, Kelsey reported on trade on Capitol Hill, economics, tax policy, as well as budget. Moreover, Kelsey’s coverage aimed at dissecting complex budget and economic issues.