Michele Kelemen Biography
Michele Kelemen is an American Journalist currently serving for NPR as a Diplomatic Correspondent. In September 1998, she joined the station as the bureau chief while in Moscow.
As of now, Kelemen reports to the NPR News programs like Morning Edition and All Things Considered. She served for eight years at the Voice of America as a news anchor, editor, and host before NPR.
Michele Kelemen Age
Michele Kelemen was born in a city located in the United States. However, she is around 57 years old although she has managed to keep information about her date and year of birth away from the limelight
Michele Kelemen Height
She stands at a moderate height of 5 ft 6 inches/Approx 1.71 m tall.
Michele Kelemen Family
Kelemen was born to her caring and loving and grew up in a city located in the United States. She is a private person and she likes to keep details concerning her parents and whether she has any siblings away from the media.
Michele Kelemen Husband
She has managed to keep her love life status confidential despite being a renowned journalist. Although, it’s not known whether she is dating single, dating, engaged, or married.
Michele Kelemen Salary
She receives an annual salary of $ 65,435, according to NPR News anchors/reporters’ salaries.
Michele Kelemen’s Net Worth
Michele earns an approximate net worth that ranges from $1 million – $5 million US dollars.
Michele Kelemen Education
In 1989, Michele joined the University of Pennsylvania and pursued her Bachelor’s degree in Russian graduating. Later, she joined the University of Johns Hopkins University School and graduated. With a Master’s degree in Advanced International Studies in Russian and International Economics and East European Affairs.
Michele Kelemen Career
Currently, Kelemen is serving for NPR as a Diplomatic Correspondent. In September 1998, she joined the station while in Moscow as the bureau chief. Kelemen chronicled Vladimir Putin’s consolidation of power during her service in Moscow.
She also witnessed Chechnya and the terrible toll of war while covering. The modern-day Russian sports and literature and Russia’s lighter side. Kelemen has managed to travel from Colin Powell to Mike Pompeo with the state secretary through her work.
She reported on President Obama and the Bush administration’s diplomatic agendas and the Trump administration’s “America First” foreign policy further. Kelemen was among the NPR’s team on the war in Iraq that won the DuPont-Columbia University Award for clear reports in 2007.