Nell Greenfieldboyce Bio, Age, Height, Husband, Salary, Net worth, NPR
Nell Greenfieldboyce Biography
Nell Greenfieldboyce is an American journalist presently working for NPR as a science correspondent. Since joining the station in 2005, Nell has been reporting on the convergence between society and technology, general science, and NASA.
Nell Greenfieldboyce Age
Nell was born in Plainfield, New Jersey, in the United States, in May 1974. She is 47 years old.
Nell Greenfieldboyce Height
Greenfieldboyce stands at a height is 5 ft 7 inches/ approx 1.7 m tall.
Nell Greenfieldboyce Education
She attended the Warren public schools for high school education. Later on, Nell earned a bachelor’s degree in social sciences majoring in history and writing from the University of Johns Hopkins in Maryland.
Additionally, from John Hopkins University, Nell received a Master of Arts in Science Writing after earning a scholarship during the fourth year of her undergraduate studies. While schooling, She participated in summer school runs by the Center for Talented Youth.
Nell Greenfieldboyce Family
Nell has managed to keep her life private away from the limelight concerning her father, mother, and siblings. Though, a review of information concerning her family members and siblings is in progress and will be updated.
Nell Greenfieldboyce Husband
Greenfieldboyce has been married to her lovely and handsome Husband Greenfield. She started using her husband’s name after they got married. However, Nell has not gone much in public about how she met her husband. The couple currently lives in Washington, DC.
Nell Greenfieldboyce Salary
Nell receives an annual salary of $98,700. This is according to NPR anchors/reporters’ salaries.
Nell Greenfieldboyce Net worth
Greenfieldboyce has an approximated net worth of $1 Million – $5 Million.
Nell Greenfieldboyce Career
Furthermore, most of Her coverage reflects an interest in discovering how applied technology and science link both people and culture. During her tenure as a science reporter, Nell has also served on federal regulation of new pet cloning, ballistics, gene therapy, as well as technology.
Before joining NPR, Nell spent ten years serving in print magazines including U.S. News, World Report, and New Scientist. Additionally, Nell has been awarded for Young Science Journalists by Evert Clark and Seth Payne Award in 1998.