Tamara Keith is a popular American journalist who presently serves at NPR as the White House Correspondent since 2014. In addition, she also serves at NPR Political Podcast based in the United States as a co-host of the top political news podcasts.
When she is not at the station working she likes spending time with her family and friends, trying out new restaurants, eating, running, and traveling.
Tamara Keith Age
Tamara Keith was born in Hanford, California, United States, on September 25, 1980, and she’s 41 years of age.
Tamara Keith Height
Keith stands at a moderate height of 5 ft 6 in (Approx 1.68 m).
Tamara Keith Family
Tamara was born and brought up in Hanford, California, in the United States, by her loving and supportive parents. She has an awesome brother with whom they were brought up together. She prefers private life where she has not revealed any information concerning her parents hence their occupation and existence are not known.
Tamara Keith Husband
Tamara is happily and contentedly married to her good-looking husband called Ira Gordon who is a Cancer researcher and a Veterinarian. They are blessed with an awesome son named Gibson who was born at 1.00 a.m on April 20, 2018.
Tamara Keith Education
Tamara studied at a local high school and afterward joined the University of California where she graduated with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Philosophy. Later she joined UCB Graduate School of Journalism to further his studies and earned a Master’s Degree.
Tamara Keith Salary
She receives an annual average salary of $86,637 and this is according to NPR correspondents’ salaries.
Tamara Keith’s Net Worth
Tamara has an estimated net worth of between $1 million – $5 million US dollars and her career as a correspondent is the primary source of her wealth.
Tamara Keith Career
She presently serves at NPR as the White House Correspondent since 2014. In addition, she also serves at NPR Political Podcast based in the United States as a co-host of the top political news podcasts. She also covered Obama’s final two years of the presidency as well as covered the Trump administration from the first day.
Tamara began serving as a Business reporter between 2009 and 2014 at NPR where she covered topics bridging the business world such as technology trends, policy debates, the latest in legal issues, the debt ceiling crisis, and the debt downgrade.
Tamara began her journalism career as a reporter at KQED located in California where she reported the economic issues, agriculture, state politics, and the environment. She also reported the 2004 presidential elections for WOSU which is an NPR member station based in Columbus, Ohio 2004.
Her journalism career began at B-Side Radio as a news editor, producer, and host in 2004. Additionally, she is a member of the Politics Monday team as well as a member of the team that competes once a year against female members of Congress in the Congressional Women’s Softball game, Bad News Babes called media softball team.