Nate Monroe Biography
Nate Monroe is a distinguished American sports columnist and journalist. He works at The Florida Times-Union in Jacksonville. Florida as a Metro columnist, Monroe began working here in January 2019 presently.
Nate worked as a beat and investigative reporter fixated on covering Jacksonville City Hall, the largest municipal government in Florida before.
Nate Monroe Age
Monroe was born in the United States in 1988. He is around 34 years old as of 2022.
Nate Monroe Height
Monroe stands at a height of 5 ft 7 in/1.72 m tall.
Nate Monroe Education
Monroe graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in mass communication. And media studies from Louisiana State University from 2006 to 2010.
Nate Monroe Family
Monroe has managed to hide details about his parents and siblings despite being a public figure.
Nate Monroe Wife
Monroe is a happily married journalist to Erin Kourkounis. On May 22, 2021, they exchanged vows. Presently, they live in Jacksonville, Florida.
Nate Monroe Salary
Monroe receives an annual receives salary of $78,655.
Nate Monroe Net Worth
Monroe earned an approximated net worth of $1 million US dollars.
Nate Monroe Career
He works at The Florida Times-Union as a Metro columnist. In January 2019, he began working here where he assists with in-depth reporting efforts. Writes a twice-weekly metro column, editing, and represents.
The Florida Times-Union before classrooms and civic groups.
In 2016, he was among a team that brought out to light a sham charity with ties to former U.S. Rep. From Oct 2013 – Dec 2018, Monroe worked in Jacksonville, Florida Area as a Government and enterprise reporter.
Monroe played a part of a team that covered Jacksonville city government, the largest municipal government in Florida. He worked in the Florida Panhandle and South Louisiana for newspapers before.
Monroe worked for newspapers in the Florida Panhandle and South Louisiana. As a reporter where he wrote about bingo nights at the senior citizens center. Oil spills, small-town corruption, Mardi Gras, Army Corps screw-ups, and hurricanes before.