Jemele Hill is a renowned Journalist who concentrates on the sports world. She used to write a column for ESPN in the page number 2.

She was also a host for First Take featured on ESPN Channel. In the year 2013, she has replaced Jalen Rose in the Number’s Never Lie.

Jemele Hill was born in the year 1975 in December 21. She has attended the Mumford High School and later went to Michigan State University and attained a degree in Journalism. Her hometown is Detroit.

She started her career in sports journalism from Raleigh News and Observer. Her first task was on the general sports. From the year 1999 till 2005, she has worked for Detroit Free Press where she was covering on the basketball and football of Michigan. She also got opportunity to write reports on the NBA Playoffs and Summer Olympics of 2004. She was also associated with Orlando Sentinel from 2005 to 2006 as a column writer.

Later in the year 2006, she started working in the as a columnist. She is involved in the TV shows of ESPN like Sports Center, Outside the Lines, ESPN first take, and The Sports Reporters.

She also served as reporter for the 2012 football season for College. She has reported the former event along with Rod Gilmore and Carter Blackburn. Currently she is co-hosting the show, His and Hers with Michael Smith.

She has won first place for the feature in Sports which was conducted by the North Carolina Press Association in the year 1998. She was also awarded the McKenzie Cup during the Poynter Media Summit which was kept as a tribute to the great and famous editor in Sports, Van McKenzie.

In the Best American Sports Writing edition of the year 2007, she has received an honourable mentioning. She became the grand marshal for the homecoming parade of the Michigan University in the year 2014.

She was also involved in some controversies, and has been suspended for while from her post during the 2008 NBA Playoffs. She was also in news for comparing the coach for University of Kentucky Wildcats’ men’s basketball, John Caliperi to Charles Manson. She later apologized to the university for her comments.

She was once again involved in controversy in 2009 for her comment on Sammy Sosa who was a baseball player. The estimated net worth of Jemele Hill is about $800 thousand.

Quick Summary:

Full name: Jemele Hill

Date of birth: December 21, 1975

Birth place: Detroit

Age: 40 Years

Profession: Sports Journalist

Height:  1.63 m

Weight: Unknown

Net worth: $800 thousand 

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