Jemele Hill (Atlantic) Bio, Wiki, Age, Parents, Husband, Pregnant, Net Worth, and Salary

Jemele Hill Biography and Wiki

Jemele Hill(Birth name Jemele Juanita Hill) is an American sports journalist and reporter. Currently, Hill writes for The Atlantic and co-hosts Vice’s Cari & Jemele (Won’t) Stick to Sports. Prior to that, Hill worked at ESPN for nearly 12 years. She wrote a column for ESPN.com’s Page 2 and hosted ESPN’s His and Hers. Hill succeeded Jalen Rose on ESPN2’s Numbers Never Lie in 2013. She and Michael Smith became co-hosts of SC6, the 6 p.m. (ET) edition of ESPN’s flagship SportsCenter in 2017

Hill remained in that role until 2018 when ESPN moved her to their website, The Undefeated. She joined ESPN in November 2006 from the Orlando Sentinel where she was a sports columnist. Hill began her career at the Raleigh News & Observer as a general assignment sports reporter. She worked as a sportswriter for the Detroit Free Press for six years, primarily covering Michigan State football and basketball. She also covered the 2004 Summer Olympics and the NBA Playoffs for the Free Press.

Jemele Hill Age, How Old Is Jemele

Hill is 45 years old as of 2021. She was born on December 21, 1975, in Detroit, Michigan, in the United States.

Jemele Hill Birthday

Hill celebrates his birthday on the 21st of December every year.

Jemele Hill Height

Hill stands at a height of 5 feet 6 inches tall (Approx. 1.65M). In addition, she has black hair and brown eyes. her body measurements are 35-27-34 inches.

Jemele Hill Parents and Family

Hill was born to her parents Denise Dennard and Jerel Brickerson in Detroit, Michigan. She and her mother relocated to Houston before returning back later to her birthplace. Hill holds American nationality and belongs to the African-American ethnicity. In addition, she has been raised as a Christian.

Jemele Hill Education

Hill attended and graduated from Mumford High School in 1993. She then joined Michigan State University in 1993. She earned a Bachelor’s degree in Journalism in 1997 from the university.

Jemele Hill Husband and Wedding

Hill is married to her husband Ian Wallace. The couple tied the knot in 2019 at a colorful wedding held in California. HIll and her boyfriend were engaged in December 2018 and she shared the big news with her fans across social media. She posted photos of her fiancé, Ian Wallace, on bended knee on a rooftop as she smiled. The couple lives in Los Angeles after redesigning their dream house.

Ian Wallace was born in Chicago, Illinois, but has lived in and around Detroit, Michigan for the majority of his life. Wallace was a practicing clinical psychologist for many years, and also had an extensive background in education. Much of his career was spent working for the Detroit public schools system.

Jemele Hill Pregnant and Baby

HIll and her husband Ian got married in the year 2019. The couple might be expecting their first child after two years in marriage. Once she welcomes her baby, we will update you immediately.

Jemele Hill ESPN and Atlantic Wikipedia

Hill joined ESPN as a national columnist on ESPN.com in November 2006. She was a frequent guest on SportsCenter and other ESPN shows, including ESPN First, Take, Outside the Lines, and The Sports Reporters, among others. She worked as a sideline reporter with Carter Blackburn and Rod Gilmore on Friday nights during the 2012 college football season.

Hill was suspended from her job during the 2008 NBA Playoffs after referring to Adolf Hitler in an article about the Boston Celtics and the Detroit Pistons. Her remarks faced criticism, and that section of the editorial was removed shortly after the column was published. African-Americans view Boston as a racially oppressive city. Hill was then suspended for one week and apologized through ESPN.

Hill and Smith debuted on ESPN’s flagship show, SportsCenter, as evening anchors on February 6, 2017. “SC6 with Michael and Jemele” was the title of their SportsCenter segment, which aired at 6 p.m. Since Hill and Smith took over the rebranded SC6, ESPN’s ratings for the 6 o’clock hour have dropped.

Hill made a series of tweets criticizing President Donald Trump on September 11, 2017, including calling him a “white supremacist.” Hill’s remarks were attacked by some, including White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders, who said they were a “fireable offense” by ESPN. Trump blasted the network and demanded an apology. Others defended Hill and rebuked ESPN and the White House for their responses, claiming that Hill’s remarks were truthful and that a White House official urging Hill be fired violated the First Amendment.

Hill was suspended for two weeks by ESPN on October 9, 2017, for a “second violation of its social media policy.” Hill proposed that fans who are upset by Jerry Jones’ warning to bench any player who does “something that is offensive to the flag” should boycott advertisers that sponsor Jones and the Dallas Cowboys. After an announcement made on January 25, 2018, Hill anchored her final SC6 on February 2nd, and she would begin a new role at The Undefeated, ESPN’s website that covers the intersections of sports and race. The Atlantic announced on October 1, 2018, that she would be joining the magazine as a staff writer.

Jemele Hill Podcast

Hill created her podcast, Jemele Hill is Unbothered, on April 15, 2019, that covers sports, politics, and culture. New episodes are released twice a week on Spotify. The podcasts’ discussion of sports, “covers those problematic intersections: racism, gender, and politics”, according to Hill. In 2020, Hill and Van Lathan debuted Way Down in the Hole, a twice-weekly podcast on The Ringer that recaps each episode of HBO’s The Wire.

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Jemele Hill Salary

Hill earned an estimated annual salary of $1 million dollars working for ESPN as a sports journalist, host, and reporter.

Jemele Hill Net Worth

Hill has amassed an estimated net worth of $5 million dollars as of 2021 working as a sports journalist and writer. She has served at ESPN for more than a decade before joining The Atlantic.

Who Is Jemele Hill

Jemele Hill is an American sports journalist who co-hosts Vice’s Cari & Jemele (Won’t) Stick to Sports and writes for The Atlantic. She spent nearly a decade with ESPN working as a sports reporter and writer. She previously hosted ESPN’s His and Hers and authored a column for ESPN.com’s Page 2.

Is Jemele Hill Married

Hill and her spouse Ian Wallace are a newly wedded couple. They got married in 2019 at a colorful wedding held in California. The two got engaged in December 2018 and shared the big news with her fans across the internet. The couple lives in Los Angeles after redesigning their dream house.

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