Mary Childs is a popular On-Air personality currently serving at NPR as a co-host for the Planet Money podcast and correspondent since 2019. Before that, she served as a senior reporter at Barron’s magazine. She likes going out to restaurants with her family, hiking, reading, and traveling.
Mary Childs Age
Mary Childs was born in the United States of America, she is around 32 years of age from her looks though she has not revealed her year and date of birth.
Mary Child’s Height
Childs stands at an average height of 5 ft 5 in (approx. 1.65 m).
Mary Childs Family
She was born and brought up by her supportive and protective parents in the United States of America. She keeps a low profile when it comes to her family where she has not disclosed any details concerning her parents and siblings hence their whereabouts are not known.
Mary Childs Husband
She is cheerfully married to her loving and protective husband though she has not revealed his name to the public. Mary and her adorable husband are blessed with a lovely kid. The lovely duo has been living together for a couple of years now since they exchanged their vows.
Mary Childs Education
Mary joined Washington and Lee University located in Virginia where she graduated with a degree in business journalism.
Mary Childs Salary
She receives an annual average salary of $98,960 and this is according to NPR correspondents’/hosts’ salary.
Mary Childs’s Net Worth
Mary has an estimated net worth of $1 million US dollars and her career as a co-host for the Planet Money podcast and correspondent at NPR is the primary source of her income.
Mary Childs Career
Mary Childs is a popular On-Air personality currently serving at NPR as a co-host for the Planet Money podcast and correspondent since October 2019. She as well serves at Macmillan as an author. Before that, she served as a senior reporter at Barron’s magazine.
Mary labored as the U.S. Financial Correspondent at the Financial Times from November 2015 to January 2017. Mary worked at Bloomberg News for six years and two months as a reporter. Her journalism career started at Thomson Reuters in June 2007, when she was employed to serve as a reporter.