Nell Greenfieldboyce Biography
Nell Greenfieldboyce is a popular American journalist currently working for NPR as a science correspondent. Since joining the station in 2005, Nell has been covering the convergence between society and technology, general science as well as NASA.
Nell Greenfieldboyce Age
Nell Greenfieldboyce was born in Plainfield, New Jersey, in the United States of America in May 1974. She is 48 years old.
Nell Greenfieldboyce Height
Nell is a woman of standard stature and stands at a height is 5 feet 7 inches (Approx 1.7m).
Nell Greenfieldboyce Family
She is a local of Plainfield, New Jersey, in the United States. When she was a kid, her mum used to take her to Holography Museum located in New York City. Moreover, she also loves to reread Moby Dick during the yearly family summer vacation.
Nell Greenfieldboyce Education
She attended and graduated from Watchung Hills Regional High School. Later on, she matriculated at Johns Hopkins University in Maryland where she graduated with a bachelor’s degree in social sciences focusing on history and writing.
Furthermore, Nell holds a Master of Arts in Science Writing from John Hopkins after receiving a scholarship during the fourth year of her undergraduate studies. Nell served as an intern for United Press International (UPI) and at the Medical School Public Relations Office at John Hopkins University.
Nell Greenfieldboyce Husband
Nell has been married to her beloved Husband named Greenfield. Nevertheless, Nell has not revealed how she met her lovely husband, when he popped the big question, or even when they tied the knot. Moreover, she has not divulged whether they have any children in their marriage union. The lovely couple now stays in Washington, DC.
Nell Greenfieldboyce Salary
She receives an ample salary of $98,700 annually. This is in accordance with NPR science reporters’ salaries.
Nell Greenfieldboyce Net Worth
Nell Greenfieldboyce amassed a decent fortune for herself over the years she has worked and has an estimated net worth of $2 million.
Nell Greenfieldboyce Career
Nell has been working for NPR as a science correspondent since 2005. Her reporting focuses on general science, the convergence between society and technology as well as NASA. While serving at NPR, Nell has provided coverage for the wrapping up of the space shuttle program, the reasons why independent truckers reject electronic tracking in their cabs, and also the narwhals in Greenland.
Moreover, most of her coverage reflects an interest in discovering how applied science and technology link both people and culture. During her tenure as a science reporter, Nell has also worked on gene therapy, pet cloning, ballistics, and federal regulation of new technology.
Prior to joining NPR, she spent a decade working in print magazines such as World Report, U.S. News, and New Scientist. In addition, she received Evert Clark/Seth Payne Award for Young Science Journalists in the year 1998.