Molly Ball Bio, Age, Height, Husband, Salary, Net worth, Time magazine

Molly Ball
Molly Ball

Molly Ball Biography

Molly Ball is a writer and journalist as of now working for Time magazine as a national political correspondent. Where she contributes video journalism, features, and columns. Ball also serves for CNN as an analyst.  She is a 2020 bestselling biography of the first woman Speaker of the House, and the author of Nancy Pelosi in addition.

Ball covered The Atlantic, politics for Politico, and  U.S politics and served for newspapers in  Cambodia and Nevada previously. She also served from 2001 to 2003 for the Cambodia Daily as a reporter.

Molly Ball Age

Ball was born on April 20, 1987, in Boise, Idaho, United States. Molly is 34 years old as of 2021.

Molly Ball Height

Ball stands an average height of  5 ft 5 inches/ 1.65 m tall.

Molly Ball Education

Ball is a Yale University graduate in 2001. She was a the University of Michigan Knight-Wallace journalism fellow in 2009. Moreover, She won the $100,000 Award in 2007.

Molly Ball Family

Ball has managed to keep her private away from social forums regarding her family members and siblings.

Molly Ball Husband

Ball is cheerful married to her cute husband David Kihara. David Kihara is a journalist serving at Politico as senior editor. His reports on child welfare issues and  Nevada Press Association Service earned him the Award. The couple has three good-looking children namely; Miriam and Benjamin. The family lives in D.C. Washington.

Molly Ball Salary

Ball earns an annual salary of $83,567,  according to Time magazine anchors/reporters’ salaries.

Molly Ball Net worth

Ball has an estimated net worth of $1 million U.S dollars.

Molly Ball Career

Ball is a writer and journalist as of now working for Time magazine as the national political correspondent. Where she contributes video journalism, features, and columns. Ball also serves for CNN as an analyst. In addition, she is a 2020 bestselling biography of the first woman Speaker of the House, and the author of Nancy Pelosi.

Moreover, Ball also covered the 2012 gay marriage referenda, and the 2012 United States presidential election.  She served for the Las Vegas Sun, the Las Vegas Review-Journal, and  Politico as a reporter additionally. Ball also served for newspapers in Pennsylvania, Ohio, and as well for The Washington Post and  The New York Times.

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