Who is Michelle Miller? Bio, Age, Net Worth, Relationship, Height, Ethnicity

Michelle Miller, a national correspondent, is one of the most skilled journalists working today. At the moment, she co-hosts CBS This Morning’s Saturday edition.

Michelle Miller Short Bio

On December 8, 1967, Michelle Miller was born in Los Angeles, California. She is of African-American origin and holds American citizenship. When it comes to her parents, Ross Miller was the first doctor to treat Robert Kennedy after his assassination. She hasn’t discussed much, though, about her upbringing and formative years.

In terms of education, she received a journalism bachelor’s degree from Howard University, where she also graduated. She enrolled at the University of New Orleans to pursue a master’s degree.

Salary / Net Worth

After receiving her degree, she joined the CBS affiliate WWL-TV as a reporter and anchor. Over the course of her three years there, “The Early Edition,” her news program, became the most watched in the country. She also taught broadcast journalism and communications at Dillard University in between her time as a journalist. Afterward, she made her way to New York City, where she took over as the nightly news anchor for BET.

She interned at Nightline and The Minneapolis Star-Tribune in 1988. She contributed to the Los Angeles Times by writing stories for the “Valley” and “South Bay” in the years 1989 to 1990. She moved to Orange County News Channel in California where she worked as a producer, news reporter, and assignment editor after leaving this position in 1990. After serving the station for two and a half years, she moved to Columbia, South Carolina, where she worked as a news reporter and anchor for WIS-program TV’s “Saturday Morning News.” After a year in South Carolina, where she worked as a news reporter and weekend anchor at CBS-News Affiliate WWL-TV, she relocated once more to New Orleans, Louisiana.

Then, in 2005, she started working for CBS News and was soon promoted to bureau correspondent. She reported news for all CBS News broadcasts while serving as the bureau correspondent, and she frequently appeared on “CBS This Morning,” “The CBS Evening News with Scott Pelley,” “CBS Evening News with Bob Schieffer,” “CBS Sunday Morning with Charles Osgood,” “CBS Evening News with Katie Couric,” “The Early Show,” and “CBS Evening News with Katie Couric.”

In 1998, Miller won the Edward R. Murrow Prize. In 2013, Columbia University presented Miller with the Dupont Award. In 2014, the National Society of Black Journalists presented Miller with the Tribute to Excellence Award. She was also chosen as the 2013 National Sports Foundation Woman of the Year.

She makes an average of $102K a year as a news journalist for CBS. Her net worth may have surpassed a million with all of the money she had accumulated.

Married – Husband, Children

She is happily married to Marc Morial, the former mayor of New Orleans and president and CEO of the National Urban League. In 1994, she and her husband first met in the same room on the second floor of City Hall at a press conference. After the 1999 wedding, she soon began seeing him. The St. Louis Cathedral in the French Quarter served as the venue for her wedding.

She has since enjoyed being a married woman. In 2002, she gave birth to Mason, her first child, and in 2005, Margeaux, her second.

The four members of the family are content to live together and spend time with their kids. Her personal and professional lives are wonderfully in balance.

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