Tracie Potts (reporter) Bio, Age, Height, Sorority, Family,Nbc, Net Worth
February 3, 2021
Tracie Potts Biography
Tracie Potts is an American journalist and news correspondent for NBC News in Washington D.C. Tracie covers international news for News 4. In her reports, she mainly focuses on politics as well as health and consumer issues.
Tracie Potts Age, Birthday
How old is she? Born on February 19, 1969, Potts is 53 years old as of 2022. She celebrates her birthday on February 19 each year.
Tracie Potts Height, Weight
Potts stands at a height of 5 feet 8 inches.
Tracie Potts Education Sorority
Potts is a graduate of Northwestern University’s Medill School of Journalism. She graduated from the institution with both a Bachelor’s and a Master’s degree. She previously worked as a Washington-based correspondent for WDAY-TV and radio in Fargo, North Dakota.
Tracie Potts Family, Education Siblings
Tracie was born and raised in the USA by her loving mother and dedicated father. She attended Northwestern University’s Medill School of Journalism where she graduated with a Bachelor’s and a Master’s degree. Immediately after College Tracie worked as a Washington-based correspondent for WDAY-TV and radio in Fargo, North Dakota.
She is a proud member of the Delta Sigma Theta Sorority.
Tracie Potts Married, Husband, and Wedding
Tracie is a, married Woman. On July 26, 1997, she wedded her husband and the love of her life. The couple has commemorated their love with two beautiful children,a boy, and a girl. their son, being the eldest, is in his sweet sixteen while their daughter was born on the 12th of March in 2001.
Tracie Potts Salary And Net worth
Potts receives an annual salary of $76929.
Tracie Potts Career
Potts mainly specializes in health, education, and politics. Throughout her career, she has reported on the White House administration, central government, and Congress.
Before she joined NBC back in 1997 Tracie served as the morning and noon anchor for WATE-TV6, the ABC affiliate in Knoxville, Tennessee, and health reporter, and anchor for WAFF-TV 48 in Huntsville, Alabama.
She also previously covered the west coast from NBC’s Los Angeles bureau. Here her major assignments included the 2008 and 2004 Presidential Elections and inaugurations.
She also covered the 1998 Super Bowl. She has reported live from a number of hurricanes lane crashes, trials, school shootings, protests, and tornadoes.
Throughout her long and decorated media career, Tracie has earned a number of local awards. She has also been selected as a fellow by the Poynter Institute for Media Studies, the University of Maryland-based Casey Journalism Center on Children and Families, the Radio-Television News Directors Association (Michelle Clark fellowship), the Poynter Institute for Media Studies, and the University.
Potts served as an anchor and producer of the morning show for WAFF-TV’s northern Alabama NBC affiliate from September 1991 to August 1992.