Michele Kelemen Biography
Michele Kelemen is a prominent American Journalist currently working for NPR as a Diplomatic Correspondent. She became part of the station back in September 1998 while in Moscow as the bureau chief. She now covers the NPR News programs like Morning Edition and All Things Considered. Prior to joining NPR, Michele served as a news anchor, editor, and host at the Voice of America for a period of eight years.
Michele Kelemen Age
Michele Kelemen was born in a city based in the United States of America. She is around 58 years old, although details with regard to his date and year of birth are currently under review.
Michele Kelemen Height
Michele is a woman of standard stature and stands at a height of 5 feet 6 inches tall (Approx 1.70 m).
Michele Kelemen Family
Michele Kelemen was born to her hardworking father and supportive mother and was raised in a city based in the United States of America. She is a reserved person and she has kept information with reference to her parents and if she has any siblings under wrap.
Michele Kelemen Education
She enrolled at the University of Pennsylvania and graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Russian in 1989. Later, she joined Johns Hopkins University School where she earned her Master’s degree in Advanced International Studies in Russian and East European Affairs and International Economics.
Michele Kelemen Husband
Despite being a well-known journalist, Michele has managed to keep her marital status under wraps. Nevertheless, there is no clear information concerning Michele being single, dating, engaged, or married.
Michele Kelemen Salary
She receives a satisfactory salary of $80,435 annually. This is in accordance with NPR Diplomatic Correspondents’ salaries.
Michele Kelemen Net Worth
Michele Keleman’s triumphant journalism career has been her primary pillar for amassing her possessions and has an estimated net worth of $1 million – $5 million.
Michele Kelemen Career
She is currently working for NPR as a Diplomatic Correspondent. She became part of the station back in September 1998 while in Moscow as the bureau chief. Throughout her work in Moscow, Michele chronicled the end of the Yeltsin era and Vladimir Putin’s consolidation of power. She as well witnessed modern-day Russian sports and literature as well as Chechnya and the terrible toll of war while reporting on Russia’s lighter side.
Moreover, as a Diplomatic Correspondent now she covers the NPR News programs like Morning Edition and All Things Considered. Through her work, Michele has traveled with the state secretary from Colin Powell to Mike Pompeo. Moreover, she covered the Trump administration’s “America First” foreign policy as well as President Bush and the Obama administration’s diplomatic agendas.
Michele was part of the NPR team that received the DuPont-Columbia University Award in 2007 for clear reports about the war in Iraq. Prior to joining NPR, Michele served as a news anchor, editor, and host at the Voice of America for a period of eight years.