Miles Parks Bio, Age, Height, Wife, Salary, Net worth, NPR
Miles Parks Biography
Miles Parks is an American news reporter. He has been serving since 2014 at the NPR’s Washington Desk as a Reporter. His reports cover the voting and election process on the stations breaking news. Before joining NPR, Miles served at the Washington Post as a reporter reporting on the local government and crimes in Lakeland, Florida for The Ledger.
Miles Parks Age
Miles was born in Florida in the United States. He is around 35 years old however, his date and year of birth remain unknown from the limelight.
Miles Parks Height
Parks stand at an average height of 5 ft 8 inches/ Approx 1.77 m tall.
Miles Parks Family
He was born in Florida and grew up in the United States to his caring and loving parents. Miles holds an American nationality. However, information regarding his father, mother, and sibling is in progress and wi;l be updated as soon as available.
Miles Parks Wife
Despite being a well-known journalist, Miles has managed to keep his love life status confidential. Therefore, its’ not known whether he is engaged, married, dating, or single.
Miles Parks salary
Miles earns an annual salary of $79,435. This is according to NPR Station anchors/reporters’ salaries.
Miles Parks Net Worth
Parks has an estimated net worth of $1.36 Million U.S dollars.
Miles Parks Education
After attaining his high school education, Miles joined the University of Tampa and graduated with a bachelor’s degree.
Miles Parks Career
Mile in the 2014-2015 season joined the NPR station where he was a reporter for the Washington desk and also a Stone & Holt Weeks Fellow. He mainly covers the voting and election campaigns during and after. Parks where the Government Wanted Its Money Backhas covered the Superstorm Sandy Victims.
Parks also reported for the band Beach Slang on Alex the lead singer and songwriter. He questioned the singer about since his father was not there when he was young the meaning of fatherhood. In addition to that, Miles also produced for NPR the three-weekday news magazines.