Miles Parks Biography
Miles Parks is a popular American Journalist currently working at the NPR’s Washington Desk as a Reporter since 2014. There, he covers the stations breaking news and reports on the election and voting process. Prior to joining NPR, Miles worked as a reporter at the Washington Post covering the local government and crimes for The Ledger based in Lakeland, Florida.
Miles Parks Age
Miles Parks was born in Florida in the United States of America. He is around 35 years old although details concerning his date and year of birth remain away from the limelight.
Miles Parks Height
Miles is a man of standard stature and stands at a height of 5 feet 9 inches (Approx 1.75 m).
Miles Parks Family
Miles Parks was born to his caring and supportive parents in Florida and raised in the United States of America. However, Miles is a reserved person and he has managed to keep details concerning his parents’ and siblings’ information away from the spotlight.
Miles Parks Wife
Despite being a well-known journalist, Miles has managed to keep his love life confidential. Nevertheless, there are no details with reference to him being married, dating, or single.
Miles Parks Education
After finalizing his high school education, Miles enrolled at Tampa University where he graduated with his bachelor’s degree.
Miles Parks salary
He pockets a satisfactory salary of $79,435 annually. This is in accordance with NPR reporters’ salaries
Miles Parks Net Worth
Miles Parks has stockpiled a lot of wealth over the years he has worked and has an estimated net worth of 41 million.
Miles Parks Career
Miles joined the NPR station in the 2014-2015 season where he was a reporter and a Stone & Holt Weeks Fellow also for the Washington desk. He primarily reports on the election and voting campaigns during and after. Miles has reported on the Superstorm Sandy Victims where the Government Wanted Its Money Back. He as well covered Alex the songwriter and lead singer for the band Beach Slang. Moreover, Miles also produced the three-weekday news magazines for NPR.
He wrote the Washington post obituary of Pat Summitt who worked as coach of the Tennessee Lady Vols. Pat kicked off her career when she was 22 and with over a 38-year of her profession, she had formed a dynasty seldom matched in any college sport. Pat retired at the age of 59 years old after being diagnosed with early-onset Alzheimer’s disease. She passed away at the age of 64 years old at a senior living home in Knoxville.