Rachel Martin Biography
Rachel Martin is an American reporter working since 2016 for NPR Morning Edition as a co-host presently. Also, she serves on NPR’s morning news podcast Up First. Martin served in San Francisco for KQED as a producer and news reporter before joining NPR News.
Rachel Martin Age
Rachel Martin was born in 1974, in Idaho Falls, Idaho, in the United States. She is around 48 years old as of 2022.
Rachel Martin Height
She stands at a height of 5 ft 7 inches/ Approx1.7 m tall.
Rachel Martin Education
Martin attended Idaho Falls High School and received her high school diploma. She joined Columbia Campus and graduated with a degree in political science. From the Campus of Puget Sound in Tacoma, Washington, as well as a Master’s degree in International Affairs later on.
Rachel Martin Family
Martin was born and brought up by her caring and loving parents Mark Martin and Arlene in Idaho Falls, Idaho. Mark Martin is a retired American stock car racing driver who has the second-most wins in the Xfinity Series.
She is a sister to Amy Martin, Heather Martin, Stacey Martin, and Matt Martin.
Rachel Martin Npr Husband
Martin is happily married to her cute and loving husband Luke. In the year 2014, the duo welcomed their second baby a son.
Rachel Martin Salary
Martin receives an annual salary of $68,731 per year, in accordance with NPR News Channel anchor’s/reporters’ salaries.
Rachel Martin Net Worth
She earns an approximate net worth of $1 Million – $5 Million U.S dollars.
Rachel Martin Career
Martin is a journalist working since 2016 for NPR Morning Edition as a co-host presently. She served in San Francisco for KQED as a producer and news reporter before joining NPR News.
Martin also serves on NPR’s morning news podcast Up First. She served in San Francisco at KQED as a producer and reporter. In 2003, Martin became a freelance reporter in Afghanistan at NPR.
From 2005 to 2007, she at NPR became a foreign correspondent. In the year 2007, Martin reported the Virginia Tech shooting. In 2008, she became a correspondent at ABC News.