Michele Tafoya Vandersall is one of the most stunning American sportscasters who has been working in this field for a long time. Michele is serving as a reporter for NBC Sports since the year 2011. She has a dazzling career since she joined NBC Sports and that has helped her to build high net worth.
Michele Tafoya is active in the field of American journalism for almost 14 years and is still going well in her professional field. Till now she has experienced working for many high profile sports broadcast houses.
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Being the sports reporter Michele Tafoya has not only earned a huge salary and net worth but has earned great respect too. Since the day she entered in this field, she has mainly covered big events related to sports. So, being active as a great host for more than 14 years, there is no doubt that she has a good income and net worth.
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As per the site Celebrity net worth, Michele Tafoya's annual salary is $200k and her net worth is estimated to be $2 million. The main source of her income is her TV career that she has been pursuing for a long time. She also hosts different sports leagues outside her broadcast career.
It has been more than five years since Michele Tafoya is working for NBC Sports as a sportscaster. She joined NBC on 4th May 2011 and has been featuring as the sideline reporter for NBC Sunday Night Football. Andera Kremer was replaced with Michele and she joined Al Michaels.
During the 2000 Sydney Olympics when Michele Tafoya was working for ABC Sports and ESPN she was loaned to NBC Sports as a reporter for the Rhythmic Gymnastics. Michele joined ABC Sports and ESPN in January 2000 where she worked as a sideline reporter for ESPN Monday Night Football. Then, for ABC Sports she was the sideline reporter for the show named Monday Night Football.
Before joining ABC Sports and ESPN she served as the host for the CBS Sports from September 1994. She used to host the show CBS Sports Spectacular and also did the college basketball coverage. The other show she hosted during her stay in CBS was At The Half.
She started to peak in her career immediately after her journalism debut at the 1994 U.S Open Tennis Championships. In 1996 working for CBS she made history when became the first woman to call television play-by-play of a NCAA tournament game. For that, she was also honored with a Gracie Award by The American Women in Radio and Television for 'Outstanding Achievement by an Individual On-Air TV Personality'.
Michele also has worked for radio WCCO-AM from 20 April 2009 to 27 January 2012. Then later, she joined 'The KQ Morning Show' on KQRS-FM as co-host with most liked radio jockey Tom Barnard on 8 September 2016.
This multi-talented personality has been involved in different companies in her long career and without a doubt, she has emerged as a winner. What do you think about Michele Tafoya? Please, leave your opinions in the comment box below.