Tamara Keith husband, married, family, wiki, baby, children, salary

Want to know about Tamara Keith: net worth, early life, husband, kids, educational background? In this article, we will deliver as much as information about NPR Whitehouse Correspondent and cost host Tamara Keith.  

Early life and educational background of Tamara Keith

Tamara Keith was born on September 1979 September 25 and later she moved with family to the Native of Handford, California at the age of 8. Her birth sign is libra. She has one younger brother. She is of American nationality and belongs to the white ethnicity. You might be unaware that from a very early age she was exposed to the media. Firstly at 6 months old, she got her first modeling job for an advertisement. 

Till 8 years, she appeared in at least 30 TV ads and magazines. She was a famous child model.  She passed out from high school early and got a bachelor’s degree in philosophy from the University of California. At the age of 19, she enrolled in Berkeley University of California and got a degree in Journalism. Later she got her master’s degree in Journalism at the UCB Graduate School of Journalism. 

Tamara’s mother reveals that to be a Texan which she explained in one of the Tamara essays. From the starting of her career, her parents have been supportive and let her choose a career path, and motivated her for her good. She says she always admired and how she was obsessed with MTV news coverage of 1992.   

Career and professional life of Tamra

Moving toward her career, She made her decision to be an NPR’s personnel when she was in her teens sitting in the back seat of her parent’s car. Then she wrote the letters of NPR personalities seeking some advice from them. Then she ended up being a teenage essayist for NPR for Weekend Edition Sunday.

After completing college she joined as an intern at San Francisco Member station  KQED and eventually got the job there. In 2001, she co-founded, produced, edited, hosted, and distributed an around 1-hour public radio show and podcast on B-side radio for nine years. Later in 2004 she worked as a local reporter and covered the race between George W. Bush and John Kerry. 

Finally, she got her dream job in 2009 as a business reporter in NPR and next year she covered the news in Haiti after a destructive earthquake and news about the oil spill in the Gulf. back to back in 2011 she made and covered a year-long series for NOR named The Road Back to Work. All this reporting and her dedication to reporting work make her successful as a broadcaster.  In 2011 she was positioned as Congressional Correspondent reporting Congress for NPR. And till 2014 she was working as a White House Correspondent for NPR.

Personal life, Husband, boyfriend, and kids of Tamara

Talking about her personal life, Tamara Keith is a married woman. Her husband’s name is Ira Gordon and he is a veterinarian, cancer researcher, and professional instructor in radiation oncology. According to some of the reliable online sources, the couple met in college and dated. Their relationship succeeds and they get married. These sweet couples welcomed their kid on Gibson in April 2018. According to her Facebook profile, she has an elder son before Gibson. 

Height, weight, and body measurement of Tamra

As of 2021, Tamara is 42 now and still grabs thousands of eyes with her well-maintained and good physique. Her height is 5 feet and 6 inches and her exact weight is not known yet. Besides this, she has alluring blue eyes with a brown hair color which suits her very well. Although her body measurement is now not available. 

Tamra’s net worth and salary

As we all know, with the stable career of working for NPR Tamara Keith has a successful career. She is working as NPR’s correspondent and co-host of the MPR podcast. According to her job, the estimated annual salary is $127,748. As of 2021, the estimated net worth of Tamara is around $900,000. 

Besides her net worth and salary, she has some honors and awards during her professional life. She held first place and won a trophy for an outstanding radio show in 2007’s Society of Environmental Journalists.  

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