Yamiche Alcindor is a white house correspondent at PBS Newshour, who primarily works on features stories affecting the national political discourse. Prior to PBS Newshour, she was a national political reporter for The New York Times and covered social justice issues and national politics. She also served as a national multimedia journalist at USA TODAY.
As a videographer, writer and on-camera journalist, she travels across the country for covering stories and spends a lot of time writing about human trafficking, wrongful convictions, gun violence, poverty, and civil right aviation. Moreover, she is a frequent guest on MSNBC and explains her reporting on NPR, C-SPAN and various local television and radio stations.
Apart from it, Yamiche remains in the news for her bold behavior. Like as recently on 7 November 2018 President Donald Trump faced a perplexed moment when Yamiche asked him to clarify what it meant when he was identified as a nationalist in October during a rally in Houston. In turn, Trump replied that it was a racist question.
Making it to the top of her career, Yamiche, now, gains a hefty salary of $103,199K. Most probably, she relishes her net worth in millions.
Yamiche Wedding, Husband
Yamiche is one of those celebrities, who love to flaunt their relationship. She is a happily married woman. She tied the wedding knots with her husband, Nathaniel Cline, an intrepid journalist back on 6 March 2018.
Yamiche Alcindor with her husband Nathaniel Cline on 6 March 2018 (Photo: Nathaniel Cline's Twitter)
The bliss of the duo's affair started back in 2014 when they initiated dating. Their relationship fortified as they got engaged in 2016.
For Yamiche, Nathaniel is indeed a perfect husband as he is also from the journalism field. And, he thoroughly understands the pressure in his partner's work. So, it is easy for the couple to have a mutual understanding and direct their married life to the happily ever after.
Yamiche Bio, Parents
32-year-old Yamiche was born to Haitian parents on 1 October 1986. She was raised up in Miami. Most surprisingly, she joked that famous basketball player Kareem Abdul-Jabbar aka Lou Alcindor was her dad in her tweet of 28 July 2016. Her such act put many of her fans in a dilemma. However, it is a fact that she is not even kin to him.
She holds American nationality and belongs to Afro-American ethnicity. When she was perceiving education at high school, she became an intern at the Westside Gazette, a local African-American Newspaper, and The Miami Herald.
For her higher education, she went to Georgetown University and earned a bachelor’s degree in government and English with a minor at African-American studies. Afterward, she received her Master degree in broadcast news and documentary filmmaking from the New York University. In the New York University, she won the award for the best journalism student.