|Full Name||Jemele Juanita Hill|
|Birth Name||Jemele Juanita HIll|
|Birth City||Detroit, Michigan|
|Birth Country||United States|
|Father Name||Denise Dennard|
|Mother Name||Denise Dennard|
|Education||Michigan State University|
|Date of Birth||December 21,1975|
Popular American sports journalist Jemele Hill serves as the staff writer at the Atlantic since October 2018. Before coming into the Atlantic, she previously worked with ESPN. During her tenure at ESPN, she wrote a column for ESPN.com's Page 2 and formerly hosted ESPN's His and Hers.
The professional journalist is married to her long-time boyfriend turned husband Ian Wallace. The love birds dated each other for a long time before getting married in 2019.
Their wedding ceremony was held at Monarch Beach Resort in California. Only their relatives & loved ones got a chance to attend their special day.
Since then the loving duo has been cherishing beautiful marital life. They have explored different places together and often share pictures on their social media handles.
However, Hill hasn't talked anything about her children yet. Both of them are probably focused on their career at the moment.
Talented and hard-working journalist Jemele Hill's net worth is estimated at around $4 million, as per Celebrity Net Worth.
Hill has made a considerable amount of money from her previous works in numerous television and news. As per sources, she receives a salary of $500 thousand.
Additionally, the average salary earned by a journalist in the United States is $53,778 per year. So, Hill might be receiving over the average wage as she has been working in this field for many years.
As of 2021, Jemele Hill's age is 45 years old as per her birth date.
She was born and raised in Detroit, Michigan, the U.S. on December 21, 1975. Her full name is Jemele Juanita Hill. Hill was raised by her parents Denise Dennard and Jerel Brickerson.
Hill went to the Mumford High School and later attended Michigan State University graduating with a Bachelor's Degree in Journalism in 1997.
Hill is strongly active on social media platforms including Instagram and Twitter. She is registered on Instagram under the username @jemelehill gaining over 695k followers.
Likewise, Hill can be found on Twitter since April 2009 and has gathered more than 1 million followers.
Jemele Hill started her career professionally after graduating.
After graduating, Hill started serving as the General assignment sports reporter at the News & Observer, Raleigh in 1997. She worked in the Detroit Free Press from 1999 to 2005.
She also spent nearly 12 years for sports conglomerate ESPN.
At present, Hill is working as the writer The Atlantic and co-hosts Vice's Cari & Jemele (Won't) Stick to Sports.
As a well-known journalist, Hill has also been honored with several titles and awards including the journalist of the year by the National Association of Black Journalists in 2018.