Be with someone who understands your passion and profession, Yamiche Alcindor is someone who is fortunate in that department as she is married to a husband, who is also a reporter and understands the time crunch they have in their job.
Yamiche is an American Journalist and is better known as the White House Correspondent for PBS Newshour. Not only in PBS, but she also serves as a political contributor for NBC.
Wedding Bell For Yamiche; All About Her Reporter Husband
Yamiche Alcindor's love life revolves around her Reporter for Loudoun Times-Mirror husband, Nathaniel Cline. The duo of reporters knew each other for several years before tying the wedding knot on 3 March 2018.
The couple has been omnipresent in social media sharing pictures of their love life. Although they are married for over seven months, they are yet to gush about their plans of welcoming children in their family. As of now, they seem to understand each other well and support each other's career.
Yamiche Alcindor and her husband, Nathaniel Cline during their wedding 2018 (Photo: Yamiche's Twitter)
As of today, Yamiche and her husband, Nathaniel Cline lives together and enjoy each other's presence.
How Much Is Yamiche Alcindor's Salary?
Her profession as a journalist is the primary source of her salary and net worth. She is an American journalist who has served as the White House correspondent of the PBS NewsHour since January 2018. Apart from that she doubles her income as a political contributor to NBC News and MSNBC.
As per Paysa.com, an average salary of the PBS NewsHour Correspondent is $103,199 per year. Although the tenure of her career as a correspondent has not exceeded more than a year, she has savored the colossal amount of net worth and fortunes.
Yamiche, age 32, has covered the news of the 2010 Haiti Earthquake for Newsday. She has also reported the Sandy Hook Elementary School Shooting, Baltimore Protests, and many others after joining USA Today in 2011.
With the due respect to her contribution in media, she was named 'Emerging Journalist of the Year' by the National Association of Black Journalists in 2013.
Besides that, she has produced the documentary called The Trouble with Innocence (2015) regarding the issue of a man, who was wrongly convicted of murder during her career in the New York Times as a national political reporter. As per glassdoor.com, the basic salary of the New York Times reporter is $102,562 per year. Looking at her career period of over two and a half years in The New York Times, she has accumulated massive fortunes in her professional career.
Yamiche Alcindor was born in Miami, Florida, the United States as Yamiche Léone Alcindor in 1986 and celebrates her birthday on 2nd of November every year. Her Haitian parents raised her in Miami, so she holds American nationality.
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She pursued her education from Georgetown University, with a Bachelors degree in Arts including English, International Relations and African American Studies in 2009. Later she joined New York University, where she obtained a Masters degree in Broadcast News and Documentary Filmmaking. In the University, she won an award for the best journalism student.