Errin Haines Biography
Errin Haines is an emeinent American award-winning journalist currently working as a contributor at MSNBC since August 2020. Moreover, she is the founder and editor at large for The 19th. Errin’s work centers on voting rights, civil rights, race, and politics.
Before joining MSNBC and The 19th, Errin served at the Associated Press as a national writer on the race for a period of three years. In 2020, she became an editor-at-large for the newly launched nonprofit news outlet called The 19th.
Errin Haines Age
Errin Haines was born in Atlanta, Georgia, United States in 1977/1978. She is 43-44 years old.
Errin Haines Height
Errin stands at a height of 5 feet 9 inches (Approx 1.75m).
Errin Haines Family
Errin was born to her stalwart father and her staunch mother in Atlanta, Georgia, in the United States. Nevertheless, Errin has managed to conceal salient information concerning her dedicated parents or whether she has any siblings.
Errin Haines Husband
She is blissfully hitched to her good-looking and caring husband. Nonetheless, Errin has managed to conceal her beloved husband’s conspicuous information from the media attention.
Errin Haines Education
In 2000, she enrolled at Oglethorpe University where she graduated with a Bachelor’s Degree in Arts in Mass Communication and Media Studies in 2002.
Errin Haines Salary
She bags a desirable salary of $86,479 annually. This is in accordance with MSNBC contributors’ salaries.
Errin Haines Net Worth
Errin Haines has over the years managed to stockpile good affluence in her career and has an estimated net worth of $1 million.
Errin Haines Career
She is currently working as a contributor at MSNBC since August 2020. Moreover, she is the founder and editor at large for The 19th, the nonprofit, nonpartisan newsroom. Errin’s work centers on voting rights, civil rights, race, and politics.
Before joining MSNBC and The 19th, she worked as a visiting fellow at Georgetown University’s Institute of Politics and Public Service from October 2020 to December 2020. Before, she worked at The Associated Press for four years and three months. There, Errin started out as a newswoman in Newswoman and was later upgraded to the national writer of race and ethnicity position.
Previously, she served as a visiting fellow at Princeton University for three months from September 2019 to November 2019. Prior to that, Errin worked as an independent journalist located in Washington D.C., Metro Area. While there, she covered politics and culture for outlets such as Atlanta Magazine, NPR Code Switch, Politico Magazine, NBCBLK, and Fusion.
Also, she worked as a reporter for Virginia Politics at The Washington Post in Richmond, Virginia Area from September 2012 to October 2013. Moreover, she worked as a newswoman at The Associated Press (AP) from January 2005 to August 2012. Additionally, she served as a reporter at Orlando Sentinel from October 2003 to December 2004.
In addition, Errin served as a reporter fellow at Los Angeles Times based in the Greater Los Angeles Area from October 2002 to October 2003. Errin commenced her journalism career back in 2000. Then, she worked for the Atlanta Daily World as a reporter.