Yamiche Alcindor Biography
Yamiche Alcindor is an American media personality and the White House correspondent for PBS NewsHour, and a political contributor for NBC News and MSNBC. Previously, she was a national reporter for “The New York Times,” covering politics and social issues, and also a reporter with “USA Today.”
Yamiche Alcindor Age
Alcindor was born on 1st November, 1986, Miami, Florida, U.S.
Yamiche Alcindor Height
Alcindor stand at a height of 5 feet and 7 inches tall
Yamiche Alcindor Education
Yamiche enrolled at Georgetown University in Washington, D.C., where she minored in African American studies and received a bachelor of arts degree in English and government in 2009. She holds a master’s degree in broadcast news and documentary film making from New York University.
Yamiche Alcindor Nationality
Alcindor is an American Nationality.
Yamiche Alcindor Ethnicity
Yamiche is a Haitian-American.
Yamiche Alcindor Parents
Yamiche is the daughter to Haitian parents, her father hails from Plaisance, and mother from Saint-Louis-du-Nord, however her parents names are unknown.
Yamiche Alcindor Siblings
Yamiche has not disclosed her siblings’ details.
Yamiche Alcindor Husband
Alcindor is married to Nathaniel Cline. Cline is Haitian-American Journalist filling in as a political columnist, author, and manager at Loudoun Times-Mirror. He joined the group of Loudoun Times-Mirror in May 2018.
Yamiche Alcindor Children
Yamiche and her husband Nathaniel Cline have two children together.
Yamiche Alcindor PBS and NBC News
Alcindor is the moderator of Washington Week and serves as White House correspondent for the PBS NewsHour and a political contributor for NBC News and MSNBC. At Washington Week, Alcindor moderates the weekly roundtable discussion of journalists on the program, which broadcasts live each Friday at 8 p.m. ET on PBS stations nationwide.
Yamiche started her first full-time job in 2009 as a News Reporter at Newsday. She utilized her Haitian Creole and French language skills and was able to not only cover the 2010 earthquake in Haiti, but also provide guidance to her fellow editors due to her background.
Alcindor joined Washington Week in May 2021 and is the ninth moderator in Washington Week’s history. She takes the helm of the program following the three-year tenure of moderator and managing editor Robert Costa who vacated the post in January 2021, and following the decades-long tenure of Gwen Ifill, who moderated the program from 1999 until her death in 2016.
Alcindor has covered the White House for PBSNewsHour since 2018. She is currently covering the administration of President Joe Biden , she also covers a range of issues including the impact of the coronavirus pandemic, police involved killings, systemic racism and immigration. During the 2020 presidential election season, Alcindor was a moderator for the sixth Democratic primary debate. She has covered the administration of former President Donald Trump and the impact of his policies domestically and internationally.
Yamiche has reported extensively on the intersection of race and politics. She’s covered the impact of President Trump’s policies on working class people and immigrants, the presidential campaign of Senator Bernie Sanders, the legacy of President Obama as well as how police killings affect communities and children.
Alcindor is the recipient of numerous awards and recognition’s for her work, including the 2020 Aldo Beckman Award for Overall Excellence in White House Coverage from the White House Correspondents’ Association and the 2020 Gwen Ifill Award from the International Women’s Media Foundation (IWMF). She is a member of the National Association of Black Journalists (NABJ) and was named the organization’s 2020 Journalist of the Year.
Yamiche Alcindor Salary
Alcindor earns an annual estimated salary of USD 70,000.
Yamiche Alcindor Net Worth
Yamiche net worth is estimated to be USD 300,000.
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