Jamelle Bouie Biography
|Date of Birth:||1987 , April-12|
|Age:||33 years old|
|Birth Nation:||United States of America|
|Birth Name||Jamelle Bouie|
|Birth Place/City||Virginia Beach, Virginia, USA|
|Profession||Journalist, Columnist, Photographer|
|Working For||The New York Times|
|Education||Floyd E. Kellam High School, University of Virginia|
|Online Presence||Twitter, Instagram, Official Site|
Jamelle Bouie is an American journalist. He works as a columnist for The New York Times and a political analyst for CBS News. He previously wrote for The Slate and The Daily Beast and came into recognition for his opinion pieces on such topics as the Ferguson riots of 2014, the Charleston church shooting of 2015, and the Black Lives Matter movement as a whole.
How Old is Jamelle Bouie? Where was he Educated? Is he Married?
Jamelle Bouie was born on April 12, 1987, in Virginia Beach, Virginia. He is 33 years old at the time of this writing.
He grew up in Virginia Beach and attended the local Floyd E. Kellam High School in his hometown, graduating in 2005. He went on to attend the University of Virginia, where he earned his Bachelor of Arts degree in political and social thought, and government in 2009.
Jamelle Bouie is married to his longtime partner, a woman named Tess. Tess is a school teacher. Bouie and his wife have a child together, a son named Carter Bouie.
In 2010, Jamelle Bouie began his journalism career straight out of university with a writing fellowship with The American Prospect. He earned a Knobler Fellowship at the Nation Institute with the weekly magazine, The Nation, in 2012.
The following year, he began a career as a staff writer for the online news magazine, The Daily Beast. After a year with The Daily Beast covering national politics, Bouie began working for the online magazine, Slate, as a Chief Political Correspondent.
Since early 2019, he has been an opinion columnist for The New York Times. Throughout his journalism career, Bouie has covered a vast array of topics including socio-political issues, history, culture, and entertainment. Being a person of color himself, Bouie also covers the burning racial and cultural issues of the day.
Among his most high-profile reportings are the Ferguson riots of 2014, the Charleston church shooting of 2015, and the Black Lives Matter movement -- all of which have to do with racial justice and equality.
Bouie has also been a political analyst for CBS News since 2015. He is a frequent guest on the weekly news morning show, Face the Nation.
When he is not busy being a journalist, Bouie is also an amateur photographer.
What is Jamelle Bouie's Net Worth in 2020?
According to some online sources, Jamelle Bouie is believed to have an estimated net worth of around $300 thousand.
The 33-year-old is a columnist for The New York Times and a political analyst for CBS News. He had previously written for such news publications as The Slate and The Daily Beast and covered such vast topics as the Ferguson riots of 2014, the Charleston church shooting of 2015, and the Black Lives Matter movement.