Successful American TV host Joy-Ann Reid, born as Joy-Ann M. Lomena-Reid, currently works as the national correspondent at MSNBC. She is a married woman and has 3 children with her husband.
Early Life, Education, & Career
Joy-Ann Reid is a national correspondent at MSNBC, born on December 8, 1968. Her full name is Joy-Ann M. Lomena-Reid and she is the host of "The Reid Report" and political commentator. She was born to a Congolese father and a Guyanese mother and her nationality is American.
She was raised in Denver and she graduated from Harvard University in 1991, where she majored in visual and environment students with attention in the film. She is currently popular as the author of the book "Fracture: Barack Obama, the Clintons, and the Racial Divide."
Her ethnicity is Congolese-Guyanese-American and she has one brother and one sister as her siblings. Her goal is to make society a better place to live and share each other's idea for a better future. She was also the editor of TheGrio.com.
She also worked as an online news editor for the NBC affiliate WTVJ in Miramar, FL and former host of "Radio One”. She is currently 47 years old.
Marital Relationship With Jason Ried & Past Affairs
Joy-Ann Ried married to her long-term boyfriend Jason Ried, whom she dated for long before getting married. Jason Ried is a documentary film editor of Discovery Channel. The couple is blessed with three children, including one daughter and two sons.
Reid is currently living in Brooklyn with her family. Her personal life is a mystery and she has never been known for dating or having any affair with other men.
She is 5 feet 9 inch tall and she is blessed to have a happy family. She has currently 281k followers on twitter and 87.6k tweets.
Joy-Ann Ried reminded the Triumph campaign, only being a gay doesn't mean one cannot ageist, harbor racist and transphobic or homophobic ideas. This was the incident of Steve Cortes, a Triumph supporter, and Steve Bannon as campaign chief.
She pointed that Triumph campaign is being racist, in one of the interviews with Steve Cortes, she asked as if he felt comfortable being on "same campaign" with Steve Bannon.
Cortes first refused the claim calling it as "nationalism" as a symbol of ongoing value, as he's gay. So she called Triumph campaign as a racist as Cortes told he's not gay and a white nationalist.
She interviewed Jack Kingston, the senior advisor of Triumph Campaign, where he refused to directly answer the questions asked by her. She mainly gets on controversy because of her profession.
Net Worth & Salary
Coming to her Ried's net worth, she owns a wealth worth around $1.5 million. Likewise, considering the payroll for MSNBC journalist, her annual salary is estimated at around $76k.
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