Michele Tafoya Biography
Michele Tafoya (Full name: Michele Joan Tafoya Beaurain) is a prominent American sports journalist currently serving as a sideline reporter for NBC Sunday Night Football at NBC Sports. Michele joined the NBC sports network back in July 2011, where she restored Andrea Kremer and rejoined Al Michaels, the former co-worker, and announcer. Before joining NBC, Michele served as a talk show host at WCCO Radio in Minneapolis, Minnesota.
Michele Tafoya Age
Michele Tafoya was born on 7th December 1964, in Manhattan Beach, California, United States. She is 57 years old.
Michele Tafoya Height
Michele is a woman of moderate stature and stands at a height of 5 feet 6 inches (Approx. 1.68m).
Michele Tafoya Family
Michele was born to her caring and supportive parents in Manhattan Beach, California, United States of America. However, Michele has not shared with the general public information about her parents and siblings hence we cannot notify if she has siblings or not.
Michele Tafoya Education
She enrolled at Mira Costa High School in Manhattan beach where she later obtained her high school diploma. Later on, Michele matriculated at the University of California, Berkeley, and graduated with a bachelor of arts degree in mass communications. She also graduated with a master’s degree in business administration from the University of Southern California.
Michele Tafoya Husband
She is blissfully married to her beloved husband called Mark Vandershall, an American financial advisor. The pair tied the knot on May 30, 2000. Together, they are blessed with two kids, a son named Tyler who was born in 2005, and a daughter named Olivia whom they adopted in 2009.
Michele Tafoya Salary
Michele Tafoya Net Worth
Michele Tafoya has piled up a lot of wealth over the years she has worked and has an estimated net worth of $2 Million.
Michele Tafoya Career
She is currently serving as a sideline reporter for NBC Sunday Night Football at NBC Sports. Michele joined the NBC sports network back in July 2011, where she restored Andrea Kremer and rejoined Al Michaels, the former co-worker, and announcer. During the Summer Olympics, she also covers swimming for NBC. Before joining NBC, Michele served as a talk show host at WCCO Radio in Minneapolis, Minnesota.
Michele kicked off her career at CBS Sports in September of 1994, where she worked as a host and reporter for the station’s college basketball and sports anthology show CBS Sports Spectacular coverage. She also served as a reporter for college football games and a host of At The Half. Furthermore, Michele hosted Goodwill Games, CBS’ NCAA Tournament selection show, and the U.S Open Tennis Championships coverage.
After leaving CBS News in January 2000, Michele joined ABC Sports and ESPN, where she worked as a sideline reporter for ESPN Monday Night Football starting in the 2006 NFL Season. Also, she served as the sideline reporter for ABC Sports’ Monday Night Football during the 2004 and 2005 NFL seasons.