Jacqueline Alemany Biography
|Date of Birth:||1989 , February-24|
|Age:||30 years old|
|Birth Nation:||United States of America|
|Height:||5 Feet 11 Inch|
|Birth Name||Jacqueline Michele Alemany|
|Birth Place/City||Scarsdale, New York, USA|
|Eye Color||Dark Brown|
|Famous for||her coverage of policy issues including the national opioid crisis|
|Education||Scarsdale High School, Harvard University|
|Awards||International Women’s Media Foundation in 2017|
|Online Presence||Instagram, Twitter|
Jacqueline Alemany is a journalist and political reporter who was born in Scarsdale, New York, USA. She started working as a reporter in 2012 at CBS news. The popular media personality joined the network in 2012. She is widely known for her specialty in domestic and foreign affairs, politics, and general news. Before she became a journalist she was a captain of Harvard Crimson women’s basketball. Jacqueline also worked as a reporter of 2016 presidential campaign and has been working as White House reporter since January 2017.
Early Life And Bio Of Jacqueline Alemany
Jacqueline Alemany was born Jacqueline Michele Alemany on February 24, 1989, in Scarsdale, New York, the USA under the birth sign of Pisces.
Jacqueline holds an American nationality and belongs to white ethnicity. She is very protective when it comes to her family member so there are no details about them. She grew up in Scarsdale and attended Scarsdale High School.
Alemany later attended and graduated from Harvard University in 2011 with a degree in government. She was the team captain of Harvard Crimson women’s basketball when she was on her senior year.
Jacqueline Alemany’s Career
She began her career as a journalist. Jacqueline used to write blogs on ‘HerCampus.com’ website when she was in college. Later she joined CBS Corporation in 2012 and worked with CBS news. While she was there she became a Broadcast Associate for Face of the Nation form November 2012 to May 2015. After that, she went ahead to become a chef of Executive Assistant to the Bureaus until November 2016.
Jacqueline covered the 2016 presidential campaign as a digital reporter for CBS News. She also covered the New Hampshire primary campaigns of Jeb Bush, John Kasich, and Donald Trump. Later she worked as the Digital Associate Producer of ’60 Minutes’ an award-winning show on CBS news for two months. She was able to land her job as a reporter at Vogue, and the Huffington Post.
Because of her work, Jacqueline was awarded as International Women’s Media Foundation in 2017. She is currently working as a White House reporter since January 2017 covering Donald Trump’s administration.
Jacqueline Alemany’s Net Worth
Jacqueline has not revealed about her net worth to the media yet. As a successful Journalist, she must have collected thousands of dollars till now. But, a per some genuine online sources, it has been reported that the Amerian journalist has a net worth of $500k, in 2019. She began her career in 2012 by joining CBS Corporation.
According to the PayScale, the average salary of a journalist is about $39,484 per year. Their salary generally ranges from $24,000 to $72,000 with a median bonus of $1,944.
According to sources, the 5ft 11 inches media personality Jacqueline also owns a house in Washington D.C.
Jacqueline Alemany’s Personal Life
Jacqueline age of 30 (2019) is single and not married at the moment. Jacqueline has kept her private life away from the media glare. So the information about her social life has been missing from the media. She usually makes highlight mainly because of her professional work. Looking through her Instagram she has only uploaded a photo of herself and about her work.
Looks likes she is very busy working on her professional career and does not have time for a relationship and a serious boyfriend.
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Talking about her social media, she is active on Instagram and Twitter. As of February 18, 2019, she has about 2,754 followers on Instagram and 33.8k on her Twitter.
Jacqueline currently resdies in her mansion located in Washington D.C.
In the video shown below, CBS News White House reporters Jacqueline Alemany reports that Hope Hicks is leaving the White House, a month after she announced her resignation and the staffers are viewing her exit "with trepidation," and refer to Hicks as the "glue" within the administration.