Haitian-American journalist Yamiche Léone Alcindor is currently serving as the White House correspondent for the PBS Newshour. She is also working on NBC and MSNBC as a political contributor.
Yamiche Alcindor’s Married Life With Husband Nathaniel Cline
Yamiche married Nathaniel Cline in 2018. Just like her, Cline is also involved in the journalism field. He is an award-winning reporter and digital producer who is currently working at Loudoun Times-Mirror.
Haitian-American journalist married Nathaniel back on March 6, 2018, and made it official to her loved ones three days later on March 9. They tied the knot in a private ceremony in Virginia.
The star uploaded her wedding picture on the Twitter account, where she is seen wearing a white gown and holding Nathaniel’s hand. Meanwhile, the groom went for a white tuxedo with a black bow, a white shirt, and a black pair of pants.
Well, the 32-year-old met her reporter husband during a reporter meet. They then started dating in 2014, and two years after their dating, they got engaged in 2016.
Yamiche Alcindor Net Worth
Yamiche has a net worth of $500 Thousand. She accumulated wealth from her career as a journalist.
PBS NewsHour correspondent moreover makes an annual salary of around $94,013 to $120,376. Similarly, a White House Correspondent earns a salary of $83,105 – $129,374.
Her spouse, Nathaniel, also makes an impressive amount from his career as a reporter when it comes to her spouse. Moreover, a reporter in Virginia makes an annual salary of $36231.
Yamiche Journey From A Reporter To White House Correspondent
Alcindor started her career as a reporter for Newsday, where she worked for two years covering the 2010 Haiti earthquake. Later the year, she became a multimedia reporter for USA Today in December. She covered the Sandy Hook Elementary shooting, the shooting of Trayvon Martin, the Ferguson unrest, the Baltimore protests.
The 33-year-old undoubtedly was named “Emerging Journalist of the Year” 2013, and soon after, she worked for The New York Times as a national political reporter in November 2015. At The New York Times, Alcindor covered the presidential campaigns of Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders.
Stay Connected With Us: LatestCeleb