Michele Steele Biography
Michele Steele is a famous American Sportscaster currently working for ESPN located in Chicago as a correspondent. In 2017, Michele worked for the 2017 Scripps National Spelling Bee in Washington D.C. as the on-site reporter. Before moving to Chicago in October of 2016, she served as ESPN’s Boston-stationed bureau reporter for a duration of three years.
She has also worked for SportsCenter as a fill-in anchor. Prior to joining ESPN, she worked as an anchor and the first full-time sports reporter for Bloomberg Television. There, Michele carried out wide interviews with NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell as well as NCAA President Mark Emmert. She debuted her career in sports by reporting on Tiger Woods for Bloomberg TV in the year 2009.
Michele Steele Age
Michele Steele was born on 2nd October 1978, in Chicago, United States. She is 43 years old.
Michele Steele Height
Michelle is a woman of medium stature and stands at a height of 5 feet 3 inches (Approx 1.6m).
Michele Steele Family
Michele was born to her loving father and caring mother on 2nd October 1978, in Chicago, United States of America. Nevertheless, Michele has maintained a very low key with respect to her parents and siblings if she has any.
Michele Steele Education
She attended and graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in economics from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Furthermore, she holds a Master of Science in journalism from Columbia University.
Michele Steele Husband
Despite being a well-known journalist, Michele has managed to keep a very low profile about her personal life and she has not disclosed her marital status thus making it hard to notify if she is married, single, or dating.
Michele Steele Salary
She pockets a decent salary of $71,242 per year. This is in accordance with ESPN sportscasters’ salaries.
Michele Steele Net Worth
Michele Steele has amassed a decent wealth over the years she has worked and has an estimated net worth ranging between $1 million – $5 million.
Michele Steele Career
Michele serves as a correspondent for ESPN based in Chicago. As a multitalented journalist, she has reported on major stories both nationally and in the Midwest for ESPN’s digital platforms, SportsCenter, NFL Live, as well as Outside the Lines. Before this, she led coverage of the weekly Monday Night Football game for SportsCenter. Michele provides live reports and also postgame from the MNF city the morning following every game.
She was the first reporter to reach the scene at the hospital after the devastating injury to the Steelers linebacker, Ryan Shazier. Michele provided coverage for three days from Cincinnati after the injury. Also, she interviewed the Cowboys owner, Jerry Jones on player protests after his decision to both stand and kneel with his players against the Arizona Cardinals during the anthem at an MNF game.
Furthermore, she reported on the 2018 Pro Bowl in Orlando and interviewed Le’Veon Bell, Derek Carr, and Drew Brees, among other players.