Yamiche Alcindor is an American correspondent known for her White House coverage in PBS NewsHour. She is also a moderator for Washington Week. Moreover, she works as a political contributor for NBS News and MSNBC.
Currently, she is covering the administration of President Joe Biden. Furthermore, she is also covering the impact of coronavirus.
Yamiche Léone Alcindor
Family and Siblings
Date of Birth:
1 November 1986, Saturday
Age (As in 2022):
36 Years Old
Miami, Florida, USA
Local High School
1. Georgetown University (B.A.) 2. New York University (M.A.)
Nathaniel Cline (2018)
Nathaniel Cline (Journalist and Digital Multimedia Producer)
Nathaniel Cline (2014-2018)
5 Feet 3 Inches (160 cm)
158 lbs (72 KG)
Awards & Nomination
1. Outstanding Journalist in Broadcast Television award 2. Aldo Beckman Award (2020)
The correspondent was born in 1986 in Miami, Florida, USA. She celebrated her 36th birthday on 1st November in 2022. Her zodiac sign is Scorpio.
Being born in America, her nationality is American. Moreover, she belongs to the Haitian ethnicity and follows the Muslim religion.
Yamiche Alcindor’s Family and Education
Yamiche was born to Haitian parents in Miami, Florida. Her parents were born and raised in Haiti. They met while studying together at Boston College.
Although she hasn’t revealed her parents’ identities, her father runs a non-profit organization helping specially-abled people. Moreover, her mother is a school social worker. Yamiche grew up around a family active in current events and discussions, making her well-aware of the current events herself.
Talking about her education, she graduated from a local high school in her hometown in Miami. Later she attained a Bachelor’s degree in Arts with an English and International relations major and minor in African-American Studies. Then, she attended New York University, graduating with a Master’s degree in Broadcast News and Documentary Filmmaking.
Her Short Career
Alcindor started her career in journalism by working as a News Intern at The Seattle Times and later at The Miami Herald. Then, she worked at The Washington Post for a year as a Web Production Intern for the first five months and a Reporting Intern for the remaining seven months.
Later, she joined Newsday in 2010 and worked as a reporter for two years. She worked for four years as a National Multimedia Journalist at USA TODAY. After that, she worked as a National Political Reporter at The New York Times for three years.
She has been working as a White House Correspondent at PBS NewsHour since 2018. She is also a political contributor for NBS News and MSNBC.
Who is Yamiche Alcindor’s Husband?
Yamiche is a married woman. She got married to a fellow reporter, Nathaniel Cline, on 6th March 2018. Yamiche tweeted a picture of their wedding, captioning, “Unplugging to celebrate my marriage to @nathanielcline.”
After three days of marriage, she tweeted this picture and made her married life public. Looking at their tweets, we can say that the couple has a healthy relationship and a happy married life. Before their wedding, the couple dated for almost three years.
They met each other during a report meet and started dating in 2014. Then, the couple got engaged in 2016, followed by their wedding in 2018. Yamiche has made statements about her husband always being by her side, and she loves talking to him about her thoughts.
The White House Correspondent is undoubtedly a beautiful woman. She stands at 5 ft and 3 inches and her weight is 72 kgs. Moreover, she has short curly hair and black hair color.
Her body measurement is 36-30-40, and her eye color is black. Furthermore, she has a dark skin complexion.
How Much is Yamiche Alcindor Net Worth?
Working in the journalism industry for a long-time, the correspondent has earned a hefty sum from her hard work.
As of 2022, her net worth is estimated to be approximately $1 million to $5 million. The details about her assets and properties are still unknown to the media.
Other Interesting Facts and Trivia About Yamiche Alcindor:
Yamiche’s full birth name is Yamiche Léone Alcindor.
Donald Trump reportedly abused her as he said to her, “Be nice. Don’t be threatening.”
While working at USA TODAY, she coveredthe Shooting of Trayon Martin and the Ferguson Unrest.
In 2018, she appeared in the series “The Fourth Estate.”
Despite making jokes about it, Yamiche is not related to Lou Alcindor.