Michelle Kaufman is a journalist presently working for the Miami Herald as a sportswriter. She writes on sports, in general, a column every Sunday. Kaufman mainly focuses, particularly on soccer. Also covers college/pro sports, Olympic sports, and tennis. Kaufman has covered six World Cups and six Wimbledons.
Michelle Kaufman Age
Kaufman was born in 1965 in the United States of America. She is 56-year-old.
Michelle Kaufman Height
Kaufman stands at an average height of 5 ft 6 inches/ 1.68 m tall.
Michelle Kaufman Education
Kaufman earned a B.S in Journalism and English from Miami University in 1983. She did Miami News and an internship at St. Peterburg Times Times while there. Also, Michelle Kaufman has won the Henry King Stanford Award Scholarship.
Michelle Kaufman Family
Kaufman has managed to keep his life private away from social media regarding her father, mother, and siblings.
Michelle Kaufman Husband
Kaufman is happily married to her handsome husband Dave Barry. The duo tied the knot, in 1996, and was blessed with a beautiful daughter namely Sophie.
Michelle Kaufman Salary
Kaufman receives an annual salary of $81,957, according to Miami Herald anchors/reporters’ salaries.
Michelle Kaufman Net worth
Kaufman has an estimated net worth of $1 Million – $5 Million U.S dollars.
Michelle Kaufman Career
Kaufman currently serves for Miami Herald Media Company as a sports writer. For 25 years since Sep 1996, She has been serving the company. Michelle’s major role is to cover different kinds of professional sport in the company such as soccer, Olympics, tennis, college sports.
Kaufman has so far covered NBA Finals, numerous Super Bowls, World Series, six World Cups, six Wimbledons, Final Fours, and 14 Olympics. Apart from that, She teaches at the University of Miami sports reporting course.
Moreover, Michelle serves in Coral Gables at the University of Miami as an Adjunct Professor. , Kaufman served for Detroit Free Press as a sportswriter from 1990 to 1996 where Michelle covered occasional columns, tennis, sports features, and Olympics.
Before that, She served from 1986 to 1989 at St. Petersburg Times as a sportswriter. Michelle’s main role was to work as Tampa Bay Buccaneers beat writer, and general assignment sports.