Yamiche Alcindor Biography
Yamiche Alcindor is a journalist who works for PBS as a White House correspondent also works for NBC News and MSNBC as the political contributor. Previously, she worked for The New York Times and USA Today as a reporter. She writes majorly on social issues and politics.
Yamiche Alcindor Age
Yamiche Alcindor was born in Miami, Florida, the U.S. on November 1, 1986. As of 2021, she is 35 years old.
Yamiche Alcindor Height
Alcindor is 5’9″ feet/1.8 m tall .
Yamiche Alcindor Weight
Alcindor weighs 55 kgs.
Yamiche Alcindor Education
Alcindor graduated from Georgetown University in 2009 with a bachelor’s degree in English and government with a minor in African-American studies. In 2015 from New York University she earned a master’s degree in “broadcast news and documentary filmmaking”.
Yamiche Alcindor Parents
Alcindor’s parents are Haitian immigrants who met while attending Boston College and Alcindor was born in Miami, Florida. Her father runs a Haiti-based nonprofit that helps people with disabilities, while her mother works as a school social worker.
Yamiche Alcindor Husband
Alcindor is a married woman to Nathaniel Cline her husband, he’s a reporter who’s won awards.
Yamiche Alcindor Salary
Alcindor annually receives a salary of $129,374. This is according to PBS correspondent’s salary.
Yamiche Alcindor Net Worth
Alcindor estimated net worth is $1 million U.S dollars.
Yamiche Alcindor Career
Alcindor commenced her work in Melville, New York as a reporter for Newsday, a newspaper for two years, she became a multimedia reporter in December 2011, for USA Today based in New York City. In 2013 The National Association of Black Journalists, she was titled “Emerging Journalist of the Year” . Alcindor began to contribute to NBC News and MSNBC as a guest the same year, she has appeared in different programs like Hardball, The Rachel Maddow Show, Morning Joe, PoliticsNation with Al Sharpton, with Chris Matthews, and Meet the Press.
She left USA Today to work for The New York Times as a national political reporter that was in November 2015, she was nominated in November 2015, for a Shorty Award in the Journalist category, and The next year, she won an award at the Syracuse University’s Toner Prize ceremony in a tribute to journalist Gwen Ifill, who had died in November 2016.
An annual list by the magazine The Root of the most influential African Americans between the ages of 25 and 45, Alcindor was number 13, on the 2017 edition of “The Root 100”.
In January 2018, Alcindor was titled the White House correspondent of the PBS NewsHour, She replaced John Yang, who was titled NewsHour’s national correspondent, in this place, Alcindor covers the Trump presidency. At the sixth Democratic debate, Alcindor was one of the moderators, during the 2020 presidential election season. Reports were made by Erik Wemple of The Washington Post that Alcindor had been insulted repeatedly by President Donald Trump at White House press conferences.