Tracie Potts Biography
Tracie Potts is an American journalist in Washington, D.C. She is a correspondent at NBC News. She covers national and international news for News4. Her reports, focusing on politics as well as health and consumer issues, can generally be seen during News4’s morning newscasts.
Tracie Potts Age
Her birth date has not been disclosed to any of our sources yet but we will update this information soon.
Tracie Potts Early Life|Education
There is no disclosed information regarding her family. Potts earned both a Bachelor and a Master’s degree from Northwestern University’s Medill School of Journalism. As a master’s candidate, she served as a Washington-based correspondent for WDAY-TV and radio in Fargo, North Dakota.
Tracie Potts Career
Tracie has over 2 decades of experience as an NBC Correspondent starting from May 1997, often doing more than 25 shots daily. She has also reached out to numerous network affiliates including San Francisco, Chicago, New York, Dallas, Los Angeles amongst others. Her specialization is in politics, health, and education, where she reports on the White House administration, central government and Congress. She appears on local morning news programs such as “Early Today”. Her reporting also extends to Al Jazeera America, CNBC Europe, The Weather Channel along with some Canadian networks.
Before her career at NBC, she also worked as an anchor and reporter for WATE-TV from August 1992 to April 1997 covering assignments in East Tennessee ABC network, where she was also the producer and host for half-hour news specials and public affairs program. From September 1991 to August 1992, Potts anchored for and produced the morning show for WAFF-TV’s northern Alabama NBC affiliate. During her internship days, she was also a writer for The Atlanta Inquirer, Virginian-Pilot, Chicago Tribune and The Palm Beach Post.
Tracie’s Net Worth
Her current net worth is still under review, we will update this information soon.
Tracie is married and resides in Maryland with her husband and three kids, Tracie and her husband are often involved in church activities.
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