Nikole Killion Biography
Nikole Killion is a prominent American journalist currently working as a correspondent for CBS news in the White House. Also, Nikole is an active member of the National Association of Black Journalists. Before joining CBS, she served as a correspondent at Hearst Television’s Washington bureau (WBALTV) from September 2007 to September 2018.
Nikole Killion Age
Nikole Killion was born on November 8th in the United States of America. However, Nikole has not disclosed her exact year of birth to the public.
Nikole Killion Height
Nikole stands at a height of 5 feet 7 inches (approx 1. 7m).
Nikole Killion Family
Nikole was born ad raised by her caring and supportive parents in the United States. Nevertheless, she has not disclosed any information with regard to her family’s whereabouts.
Nikole Killion Husband
Despite being a public figure, Nikole has not shared any information with reference to her marital status. As a result, it is hard to verify whether she is single, dating, married, or divorced.
Nikole Killion Education
She obtained her education from both Johns Hopkins University and Georgetown University. Later, Nikole enrolled at Northwestern University where she graduated with a Bachelor’s and Master’s degree in Journalism.
Nikole Killion Salary
She receives a remarkable salary of $76,376 per year. This is in accordance with CBS news correspondents’ salaries.
Nikole Killion Net Worth
Nikole Killion has managed to gather a lot of wealth from her successful journalism career and has an estimated net worth of $1 million.
Nikole Killion Career
She is currently working as a correspondent for CBS news in the White House. Also, Nikole is an active member of the National Association of Black Journalists. Before joining CBS, she served as a correspondent at Hearst Television’s Washington bureau (WBALTV) from September 2007 to September 2018.
Some of Nikole’s most notable stories while at Hearst Television include the first U.S. visit of Pope Benedict XVI, the 2008 presidential campaign as well as the death of Massachusetts Sen. Ted Kennedy. Prior to joining Hearst, she worked as a general assignment reporter as well as a substitute anchor at WJLA-TV located in Washington.
Before moving to the nation’s capital, she worked on-air at WKYT-TV based in Lexington, Ky., WHAG-TV located in Hagerstown, Md., as well as Black Entertainment Television. She started her broadcasting career by working as a field producer and assignment editor at NBC News based in New York. While there, she covered the World Trade Center collapse on September 11.