William Rhoden is a veteran American journalist presently serving as a writer-at-large at ESPN’s The Undefeated since 2016. Previously, Rhoden served from 1983 until 2016 for The New York Times as a columnist.
Furthermore, Rhoden works as a visiting senior practitioner at Arizona State University. William is also an author who published his first book “Forty Million Dollar Slaves: The Rise, Fall, and Redemption of the Black Athlete” in 2006.
William Rhoden Age
William was born in Chicago, Illinois, in the United States of America in 1950. He is 72 years old.
William Rhoden Height
Rhoden stands at an average height of 5 ft 8 inches (approx. 1.72 m).
William Rhoden Education
He graduated with a high school diploma from a local high school in Chicago before pursuing his dream career at the University of Morgan State, where he enrolled in 1968 and received his Degree five years later. While at the university, Rhoden played for the university’s football team called the Morgan State Bears football.
William Rhoden Family
William was born and raised in Chicago, Illinois, in the United States of America under the loving care of his supportive and loving parents, whose identity remains unclear. Rhodes belongs to the African-American ethnicity but is an American citizen by birth.
William Rhoden Wife
Despite being a journalist, He has successfully kept details about his wife under wraps, hence it is not known whether Rhoden is single, married, or dating. As soon as we receive relevant and reliable information on the matter, We shall update you on the matter.
William Rhoden Salary
William receives an annual salary is $92,680 per year.
William Rhoden Net Worth
Rhoden has an approximate net worth of $1 million – $5 million.
William Rhoden Career
As of now, William serves as a writer-at-large at ESPN’s The Undefeated. Rhoden has been a part of the network since 2016. Prior to his current role, He previously served for 33 years as a columnist for The New York Times.
There, Rhodes was awarded several awards for his outstanding work. From 1974 to 1978, He served as a columnist for Ebony magazine. Before leaving to join the Baltimore Sun, His very first job was at Afro-American Times. Furthermore, Williams works as a visiting senior practitioner at Arizona State University.
Other than his journalism career, He is a part-time author known for publishing Forty Million Dollar Slaves published in 2006. He later published “The Crowd Goes Wild” in 2005 and “Third and a Mile” in 2007.