Michelle Singletary Bio, Age, Height, Husband, Salary, Net worth Washington Post
Michelle Singletary Biography
Michelle Singletary is a renowned American writer and journalist working at the Washington Post as a personal finance columnist. She writes a column that appears on Wednesdays and Sundays at the Post, The Color of Money.
She has authored various personal finance books including, What To Do With Your Money When Crisis Hits. In addition, she has also worked on ABC’s daytime program, The Revolution as a financial expert.
Michelle Singletary Age
Michelle Singletary was born in the United States on March 26, 1963. She is 58 years old.
Michelle Singletary Height
Michelle’s height is 5 ft 8 in/1.73m tall.
Michelle Singletary Education
Michelle graduated with a degree in communications in 1984 from the University of Maryland at College Park. She was able to receive her undergraduate degree through a scholarship. In addition, she also got her master’s degree in Business from John Hopkins University. Mitchelle also earned the Distinguished Alumni Award from Johns Hopkins University.
Michelle Singletary Family
Michelle was brought up in Baltimore by her maternal grandmother together with her four siblings. Her grandmother died in 1995.
Michelle Singletary Husband
Michelle is a married woman to Kevin. Together they work as volunteers in Maryland to prison inmates where they teach them financial literacy. The duo is proud parents of three kids, two daughters, and one son. The couple stays in Maryland.
Michelle Singletary Salary
Mitchelle receives an annual salary of $135,000.
Michelle Singletary Net Worth
Michelle’s approximated net worth is $7 million.
Michelle Singletary Career
Michelle works at the Washington Post as a personal finance columnist. She writes a column that appears on Wednesdays and Sundays at the Post, The Color of Money. Her column is syndicated by the Washington Post Writers and it is also featured in various newspapers nationwide.
She was first working in her pod while in the Post as a resident cheapskate. She wrote the first column in finance which received hundreds of e-mails from folks in 1997. Besides working for the Washington Post, she has been a frequent contributor to numerous NPR programs that have appeared on national talk shows and televisions including The Early Show on CBS, Oprah, CNN, and NBC’s Today show and the host of Singletary Says on TV One. In addition, she worked on ABC’s daytime program, The Revolution as a financial expert.