Yamiche Alcindor Biography and Wiki
Yamiche Alcindor is an American journalist who currently works as the White House Correspondent for PBS NewsHour. She joined PBS NewsHour in January 2018 before working as a news contributor for NBC, MSNBC News, and New York Times. During her time at New York Times, Yamiche covered Trump and Senator Bernie Sanders’s campaigns.
She earned a bachelor’s degree in English and government with a minor in African-American studies at Georgetown University in 2009. From there, she received a master’s degree in “broadcast news and documentary filmmaking” at New York University.
Yamiche Alcindor Age and Birthday
Yamiche is 35 years old as of 2021. She was born on November 1, 1986, in Miami, Florida, United States of America.
Yamiche Alcindor Height
She stands at a height of 5 feet 6 inches tall.
Yamiche Alcindor Parents
Her parents are of Haitian origin who immigrated to the USA before she was born. Our team will update more details on her family as soon as possible.
Yamiche Alcindor Husband
She is married to her husband Nathaniel Cline who currently works for Loudoun Time Mirror as a political reporter. The couple met in 2014, got engaged in 2016, and got married in March 2018 in Miami, Florida.
Yamiche Alcindor Salary
Working as a PBS NewsHour White House Correspondent, Yamiche receives a salary of around $129,000 annually.
Yamiche Alcindor Net Worth
Her net worth is estimated to be around $2 Million as of 2021. This is estimated from her career as a successful journalist.
Yamiche Alcindor PBS NewsHour
Yamiche is a journalist who currently works as the White House Correspondent for PBS NewsHour. She joined PBS NewsHour in January 2018 before working as a news contributor for NBC, MSNBC News, and New York Times. During her time at New York Times, Yamiche covered Trump and Senator Bernie Sanders’s campaigns.
During her time at USA Today, Alcindor covered the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting, the killing of Trayvon Martin, the Ferguson unrest, and the Baltimore protests. She was named “Emerging Journalist of the Year” by the National Association of Black Journalists in 2013.
After leaving USA Today, she joined The New York Times as a national political reporter in November 2015, Alcindor produced a documentary called The Trouble with Innocence based on a man who was wrongly convicted of murder. She also appeared in the 2018 television series The Fourth Estate about Times staff covering the first 100 days of the Trump presidency.