Molly Ball Biography
Molly Ball is an outstanding American political journalist and writer presently working for Time magazine as the national political correspondent. There, she writes features, and columns, and contributes to video journalism. She also works for CNN as an analyst. Furthermore, Molly is the author of a 2020 bestselling biography of the first woman Speaker of the House, Nancy Pelosi.
Before, she covered U.S. politics for The Atlantic, and Politico and worked for newspapers in Cambodia and Nevada. From 2001 to 2003, she worked for the Cambodia Daily as a reporter.
Molly Ball Age
Molly Ball was born on 20th April 1987, in Boise, Idaho, United States of America. She is 34 years old.
Molly Ball Height
Molly is a woman of moderate stature and stands at a height of 5 feet 5 inches (Approx. 1.65 m).
Molly Ball Family
Molly Ball was born in Boise, Idaho, but raised by her parents in Colorado and Idaho. Her parents are former college professors.
Molly Ball Education
In 2001, Molly graduated from Yale University. In 2009, she was a Knight-Wallace journalism fellow at the University of Michigan where she pursued economic policy.
Molly Ball Husband
Molly is hitched to her husband named David Kihara. He is a journalist serving at Politico as senior editor. He received the Nevada Press Association Service Award due to his reports on child welfare issues. The pair shares three kids including Benjamin and Miriam and stays in Washington, D.C.
Molly Ball Salary
She pockets a decent salary of $83,567 per year.
Molly Ball Net Worth
Molly Ball has piled up a good wealth over the years he has worked and has an estimated net worth of $1 million – $5 million.
Molly Ball Career
She is presently working for Time magazine as the national political correspondent. There, she writes features, and columns, and contributes to video journalism. Molly also works for CNN as an analyst. Before, Molly covered U.S. politics for The Atlantic, where she won the 2012 Toner Prize for Excellence in Public Reporting for her coverage of the United States elections in 2012.
She also covered the 2012 gay marriage referenda and the 2012 United States presidential election. Moreover, she works as a reporter for Politico, the Las Vegas Sun, and the Las Vegas Review-Journal. Molly also worked for newspapers in Pennsylvania, Ohio, and Cambodia, as well as for The Washington Post and The New York Times.