Jamelle Bouie Biography
Jamelle Bouie is a prominent American writer working for the New York Times as a columnist. Also, he serves as CBS political analyst and is featured on the station’s program, Face the Nation, on Sundays.
Jamelle Bouie Age
Bouie was born on April 12, 1987, in Virginia Beach, the United States. He is 35 years old as of 2022.
Jamelle Bouie Height
Bouie stands at an average height of 5 ft 8 in/1.73m tall.
Jamelle Bouie Education
In 2005, He completed his high school course at Floyd E. Kellam High School. Bouie then earned his bachelor of arts degree in political and social thought, and government in 2009 from the University of Virginia.
Jamelle Bouie Family
He is a native of Virginia Beach, Virginia, in the United States. Bouie was born in a family of Black descent. He was raised in a military family his parents worked in the military for at least twenty years in addition. Bouie’s younger brother also works in the military.
Jamelle Bouie Wife
In August 2016, He is a married man to Tess Krovetz, they tied the knot. She works as a second-grade teacher at Charlottesville City Schools. Together, they are blessed with two children, a daughter born in April 2021 and a son, Carter, born in 2018. The family resides in Charlotte, Virginia together with their dog, Rose.
Jamelle Bouie Baby
Bouie and Tess are the amazing parents of two children, a daughter born in April 2021 and a son, Carter, born in 2018. The family resides in Charlotte, Virginia together with their dog, Rose.
Jamelle Bouie Salary
Bouie receives an annual receives salary of $113,639, in accordance with New York Times columnist’s salaries.
Jamelle Bouie Net Worth
Bouie earns an estimated net worth of $2.5 million US dollars.
Jamelle Bouie Career
In 2019, He began working for New York Times as a columnist. Bouie also serves as CBS political analyst and is featured on the station’s program. Face the Nation, on Sundays besides writing columns for the New York Times.
He covers elections, public policy, race, politics, and recipes. Bouie started his work at New York Times in 2019. He was working for Slate Magazine as the chief political correspondent. Bouie is based in Charlotte, Virginia, and Washington D.C.
He worked for Slate Magazine as the chief political correspondent before. Bouie was recognized by Forbes in 2015 in its “30 Under 30 – Media” list for being the leading voice of the Ferguson story in addition.