Richelle Carey is a well-known American broadcast journalist. She presently operates as an Anchor at Al Jazeera English host of YPFront Show in New York since Mar 2015. She first served at Al Jazeera America as a Network Anchor for a period of 2 years and 11 months.
Earlier, she worked at CNN station as an HLN Weekday Evening Anchor and also a weekly segment host of the What Matters show for more than 6 years. Additionally, she is a supporter of teen girls and women.
Richelle Carey Age
Richelle Carey was born on Oct 13, 1976, in Houston, Texas in the United States. She is 46 years of age.
Richelle Carey Height
Richelle stands at a moderate height of 5 ft 6 in (Approx 1.71 m).
Richelle Carey Family
Carey was born to her parents in 1976 in Houston, Texas the United States of America. Her mum serves as a nurse in poverty-stricken neighborhoods. Carey keeps an American nationality and is from a black-mixed ethnicity.
Richelle Carey Husband
She is presently single and aiming at her professional career. Nevertheless, when she was 43 years old, she chose to freeze her eggs. After 3 years she used her eggs. She is now a mum to her adopted son named Avery Jules.
Richelle Carey Education
Corey schooled at Smith College in Massachusetts and pursued a bachelor’s degree in telecommunications and was incepted at Baylor University in Texas. She interned at KPRC-TV in Houston, Texas until thereafter upgraded to the position of associate producer.
Richelle Carey Salary
Carey receives an annual salary of $78,656 and this is according to Al Jezeera anchors’/reporters’ salaries.
Richelle Carey’s Net Worth
Carey has an estimated net worth of $5 Million US dollars.
Richelle Carey Career
Carey has been operating as an Anchor at Al Jazeera English host in New York since Mar 2015. She is a host of the YpFront Show which used to be hosted by Mehdi Hasan until Marc Lamont Hill was selected as the permanent host in Oct 2020. Prior to that, she labored at Al Jazeera America as a Network Anchor for a period of 2 years and 11 months until the station was closed in Apr 2016.
Her career life began as an intern at KPRC-TV in Houston, Texas, and was thereafter upgraded to the role of associate producer at KPRC-TV. She also got job contracts and served in Missouri and Texas, Nevada as an anchor and reporter until contract termination.
She joined CNN and HLN station in Jun 2006 as a Weekday Evening Anchor and also a weekly segment host of the What Matters show until Jun 2013. She mainly concentrated on issues affecting the African-American community. Before CNN, she served at KMOV in St. Louis, where she anchored the News 4 This Morning show for a period of 2 years