Andrea Mitchell Bio, Wiki
Andrea Mitchell is an American television journalist, anchor, and commentator working at NBC News based in Washington, D.C. serving as chief foreign affairs correspondent and host of MSNBC’s “Andrea Mitchell Reports.” She has been working with this station since 1978.
Andrea Mitchell Age
Mitchell is 76 years old as of 2023. She was born in New Rochelle, New York, the United States of America on the 30th of October 1946. Thus, her zodiac sign is Scorpio and she celebrates her birthday on the 30th of October every year.
Andrea Mitchell Height
Mitchell stands approximately 5 feet 10 inches (1. 9 m) and weighs around 67kg.
Andrea Mitchell Education
For her Education, Andrea earned a B.A. degree in English literature from the University of Pennsylvania where she is a past Vice Chair of the Board of Trustees and presently serves as Chair of the Board of Overseers of the School of Arts and Sciences. She also operates on the board of America’s Promise Alliance and is part of the Gridiron Club.
Andrea Mitchell Career
Mitchell works at NBC News based in Washington, D.C. serving as chief foreign affairs correspondent and host of MSNBC’s “Andrea Mitchell Reports,” an hour of political news and interviews with top newsmakers that premieres each weekday at 12 p.m. ET on MSNBC. In addition to politics, Mitchell reports national security issues, intelligence, and foreign policy including the diplomacy of Secretary of State John Kerry, for all NBC News and MSNBC properties.
Mitchell guided NBC News and MSNBC’s coverage of Hillary Clinton’s 2016 presidential campaign from its debut in April 2015. Her more than 2 decades of reporting on the Clintons earned her the unofficial position as “dean of the Clinton press corps” as she traveled with the campaign all over the country, anchoring her eponymous show and reporting for network broadcasts “TODAY” and “NBC Nightly News alongside Lester Holt” at campaign rallies, debates, and both conventions. Mitchell frequently appears on “Meet the Press” as a panelist and substitute host.
In 2015, Mitchell was acknowledged by New York Women in Communications with the prestigious Matrix Award for her excellence in broadcast journalism. In the 2012 presidential cycle, Mitchell reported the race for the Republican nomination on platforms across both networks and covered key congressional races on election night. She also reported the entire 2008 presidential campaign, from the kickoff in February 2007, newscasting live from every major primary and caucus state and all the candidate debates for MSNBC programs and NBC News, including “NBC Nightly News with Brian Williams,” “TODAY,” “Hardball,” “Morning Joe” and “Meet the Press.” Mitchelle also reported Barack Obama’s trip to Iraq, the Middle East, and Europe during the presidential campaign.
In September 2005, Mitchell authored “Talking Back,” a memoir regarding her experiences as one of the first women to report five presidents, congress, and foreign policy. That year, Mitchell also earned the prestigious Goldsmith Career Award for Excellence in Journalism from the John F. Kennedy School of Government. In 2004, the Radio Television Digital News Association (RTDNA) awarded Mitchell with the Leonard Zeidenberg Award for her contribution to the protection of First Amendment freedoms.
Mitchell has closely reported the complex U.S.-Cuban relationship for years and led network coverage of the historic thaw with the island country, beginning in 2014. Throughout 2002 and 2003, she reported the United Nations debate leading up to the Iraq war and submitted detailed reports on the questions surrounding pre-war intelligence and weapons of mass destruction. As a longtime analyst of the intelligence society, Mitchell’s past assignments for NBC News have included exclusive reports from the Middle East, Bosnia, North Korea, Afghanistan, Kosovo, Pakistan, and Haiti.
During the 2000 campaign, Mitchell presented MSNBC’s “The Mitchell Report,” NBC News’ election year broadcast of record. In addition, she was the lead NBC News correspondent reporting Hillary Rodham Clinton’s race for the Senate in 2000. Among her many past assignments, Mitchell served as NBC News chief White House correspondent, a role she assumed after covering Bill Clinton from the New Hampshire primary through the entire 1992 presidential campaign.
From 1988 to 1992, Mitchell worked as the network’s chief congressional correspondent, playing a major role in covering the budget, the Clarence Thomas hearings, the savings and loan bailout, and other legislative issues. She also operated as a frequent political analyst on “TODAY” and was a panelist in the second Bush-Dukakis presidential debate.
Mitchell first reported the White House for NBC News during both of Ronald Reagan’s terms as president. She reported on a variety of noteworthy stories, including the budget, tax reform, arms control, and the Iran-contra scandal, and traveled extensively alongside President Reagan to summits with Mikhail Gorbachev and other world leaders. During the 1988 Republican National Convention, Mitchelle beat both the competition and presidential candidate George Bush with the declaration that Bush had chosen Dan Quayle to be his running mate.
Mitchell landed NBC News in 1978 as a general correspondent based in Washington, D.C. In 1979, she was titled NBC News energy correspondent. In that capacity, she covered the energy crisis and the Three Mile Island nuclear incident. Prior to joining NBC News, Mitchell served as a correspondent for WDVM-TV (then WTOP), the CBS affiliate in Washington, D.C. From 1967-1976, she served as a broadcast journalist for KYW Radio and KYW-TV in Philadelphia.
Andrea Mitchell Net Worth Worth
In Andrea’s career as a journalist, she has been able to amass a net worth ranging between $1 Million-$ 5 Million.
Andrea Mitchell Salary
Mitchell acquires annual earnings that range between $ 114, 625, and $ 277,305.
Andrea Mitchell’s Parents and Siblings
Mitchell was born and raised in a Jewish family, in New Rochelle, New York. She is the daughter of Cecile and Sydney (Rubenstein) Mitchell. Her dad was the chief executive officer and partial founder of a furniture manufacturing company in Manhattan. He was also the CEO of Beth El Synagogue in New Rochelle for 40 years. Her mom served as an administrator at the New York Institute of Technology in Manhattan. She has a brother named Arthur Mitchell who relocated to British Columbia in the 1970s. Her brother has dual American and Canadian citizenship, becoming part of the Legislative Assembly of Yukon and the leader of the Yukon Liberal Party in the 2000s.
Andrea Mitchell Husband
Mitchell is married to Alan Greenspan, a former Federal Reserve Board Chairman. The couple has been together since 1997 and they reside in Washington, D.C. Earlier, Andrea was married to Gil Jackson and they were married from 1970 to 1975.
Andrea Mitchell Kids
Information on whether she and her husband have children will be updated soon.
Andrea Mitchell Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram
Mitchell is vocal on her social media accounts where she posts often. On her Twitter account, she has about 1.9M Followers around 76.7K followers on her Facebook page, and 10.9K followers on her Instagram account.
Andrea Mitchell MSNBC
Mitchell works at MSNBC where she works alongside her fellow anchors, reporters, and meteorologists such as;
- Brian Williams
- Craig Melvin
- Tamron Hall
- Kasie Hunt
- Stephanie Ruhle
- Katy Tur
- Alicia Menendez
- Ali Vitali
- Rachel Maddow
- Steve Kornacki
- Alex Witt