Mina Kimes is a popular American investigative journalist currently working at ESPN as an NFL analyst and senior writer on NFL Live. She specializes in reporting both sports and business. She also served as a writer for ESPN, Bloomberg News, and Fortune.
Mina Kimes Age
Mina Kimes was born in Omaha, Nebraska, United States on September 8, 1985, she is 36 years of age.
Mina Kimes Height
Kimes stands at a moderate height of 5 ft 5 in (Approx. 1.65 m).
Mina Kimes Family
Mina was born and brought up by her supportive and protective parents in Omaha, Nebraska. Her lovely father operated as a captain in the United States Air Force. She has not revealed much concerning her family hence their existence is not known.
Mina Kimes Husband
Mina is happily and contentedly married to her husband named Nick Sylvester who serves for GODMODE as a record producer and creator of a record label. Mina and her caring husband exchanged their vows on November 24, 2014. Mina and her good-looking husband currently live happily together with their dog named Lenny.
Mina Kimes Education
She studied at Mesquite High School based in Gilbert, Arizona, and afterward joined Yale University where he graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in English in 2007.
Mina Kimes Salary
Mina receives an annual average salary of $88,654 and this is according to ESPN senior writers’/NFL analysts’ salaries.
Mina Kimes Net Worth
She has an estimated net worth of $1 million US dollars and her career as an NFL analyst and senior writer at ESPN is the primary source of her income.
Mina Kimes Career
Mina currently works for ESPN as a senior writer, NFL analyst, television contributor, and podcast host. In 2014, she went to ESPN The Magazine and since then her profile has expanded continuously across the company’s podcasting, multimedia platforms, radio, and television. She was promoted in June 2020 to serve as an NFL analyst, entering ESPN’s NFL Live an information and daily news show.
She also serves on SportsCenter as a football analyst, First Take, Gets Up, and more. She works as the host of The Mina Show where she features Lenny’s football podcast. She stays a contributor in the NFL offseason as the initial host of ESPN Daily.