Noel King Biography
Noel King is an On-Air personality as of now serving at NPR as a host of “Morning Edition” and “Up First”. In 2018, since she was re-assigned her role has been hosting the shows. King served at Planet Money, an NPR podcast as a correspondent previously.
She loves going out with her friends and family, traveling, writing, and reading during her free time.
Noel King Age
Noel King was born in Kerhonkson, New York, in the United States of America. But, she has not shared any information regarding her date and year of birth with the public.
King stands at an average height of 5 ft 4 inches/approx. 1.62 m tall.
Noel King Education
King attended a local high school and attained her High School Diploma and later pursued her dream career. At the University of Brown and graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in Journalism.
Noel King Family
King is an uncommunicative person when it comes to matters regarding her family members and siblings despite being a well-known On-Air personality.
Noel King Husband
King likes to keep her personal information off the public’s spotlight regarding her love life despite being a public figure. Hence, it’s not known to the public whether she is dating, single, married, or divorced.
Noel King Salary
King receives an annual salary of $95,680, according to the NPR anchors/reporters’ salaries.
Noel King’s Net Worth
She earns an approximate net worth of $1 Million – $5 Million US dollars.
Noel King NPR
King had her first taste in journalism in Sudan, where she served for a radio station. From 2004 to 2007, For three years she served in Khartoum for Voice of America as a freelancer. King reported the full depth of the divided country there.
She was based in Kigali, where she covered deep-rooted conflicts in the Democratic Republic of Congo and Rwanda’s economy from 2007 to 2008. King moved to Cairo where she was based for two years in 2011. She covered Egypt’s uprising and its aftermath for different stations including the BBC, the CBC, and PRI’s The World while in Cairo.
King served for the Marketplace as a senior news reporter and fill-in host before NPR. She investigated the causes and consequences of inequality while at the station.