A native of San Jose, California, United State of America, Nicole Ellis is a popular and famous American journalist, presently the digital anchor for PBS NewsHour, where she hosts pre- and post-shows as well as breaking news live streams on digital platforms.
She also acts as a reporter for the nightly broadcast. Ellis came to the NewsHour from The Washington Post, where she worked as an anchor and on-air reporter covering social issues and breaking news.
Nicole Ellis Age
Ellis is 37 years old as of 2022. She was born on April 23, 1985, in Los Angeles, California, United States. She celebrates her birthday on April 23 every year.
Nicole Ellis Height
Ellis stands at a height of 5 feet 7 inches (1.7 m) tall. Apparently, details about her weight will be updated as soon as possible.
Nicole Ellis Education
Ellis holds a Bachelor of Arts in Human Rights and Anthropology from Columbia University, as well as a Master’s in Journalism from Columbia Journalism School.
Nicole Ellis Family
Ellis was born and raised in California, the United State of America by his parents. However, she has not provided any information about her parents or siblings. We will be updated this section as soon as the information is possible.
Nicole Ellis Husband
Ellis is currently single. She is currently concentrating on her job and has not updated her marital status or public appearances. She hasn’t made his relationship public. We don’t know if she is married, dating, or in a relationship. Also, her kids are not known. We will update this section as soon as the information is available.
Nicole Ellis Net Worth
Ellis estimated net worth has been publicly not mentioned. We will update this section as soon as the information is available.
Nicole Ellis PBS NewsHour
Ellis is the digital commentator for PBS NewsHour, where she hosts pre- and post-shows as well as breaking news live streams on digital platforms, and she also acts as a correspondent for the nightly broadcast. She came to the NewsHour from The Washington Post, where she worked as an on-air reporter and anchor covering social issues and breaking news.
She produced, hosted, and directed initial documentaries and breaking news videos for The Washington Post’s website, Facebook, Amazon Prime, YouTube, and Twitch in this capacity, earning a National Outstanding Breaking News Emmy Nomination for her coverage of Hurricane Harvey in 2017. She hosted and created The Post’s first original documentary series, “Should I freeze my eggs?,” in which she investigates her own fertility, for which she received the 2019 Digiday Publishers Award.
She also created and hosted the Webby Award-winning news literacy series “The New Normal,” which was the most viewed video series in The Washington Post’s women’s vertical, The Lily’s history. She is the author of “We Go High,” a nonfiction self-help book about overcoming adversity that will be published in 2022, and the host of Critical Conversations on BookClub, an author-led book club platform. Prior to that, Ellis worked on the Peabody and Emmy Award-winning CNN Heroes production team.
Nicole Ellis Book
Ellis is also the author of “We Go Hig” and the host of Critical Conversations on BookClub, an author-led book club website.