Alicia Menendez Biography
Alicia Menendez is an American journalist, broadcaster, and writer who presently works as an anchor for MSNBC and as a contributing editor at Bustle, where she also hosts the Latina to Latina podcast. She was a correspondent for Amanpour & Company on PBS and the host of Fusion’s Come Here and Say That. She formerly worked at HuffPost Live as a host and producer. Senator Robert Menendez of the United States is her father.
Alicia Menendez MSCBC | Wikipedia
She is currently an MSNBC anchor. Menendez has appeared on CNN, Fox News Channel, and MSNBC several times. Menendez co-hosted Power Play on Sirius XM’s Cristina Radio and contributed to NBCLatino.com before joining HuffPost Live, The Huffington Post’s streaming video network. Menendez and Adriana Maestas launched Dailygrito.com in 2011 to provide a Latino perspective on politics and the media. Politic365.com purchased DailyGrito.com in 2012.
Alicia Menendez Career
Menendez is a frequent guest on CNN, Fox News Channel, and MSNBC, and has been described as “thoughtful, clever, and seemingly unflappable” by Fast Company. Menendez co-hosted “Power Play” on Sirius XM’s Cristina Radio and contributed to NBCLatino.com before joining HuffPost Live, The Huffington Post’s online video network. Menendez and Adriana Maestas launched Dailygrito.com in 2011, a website that covers Latino politics and news. Politic365.com purchased DailyGrito.com in 2012.
With José Antonio Vargas, Jake Brewer, and Jehmu Greene, Menendez co-founded Describe American. Define American is a documentary that focuses on immigration reform. She was a Senior Adviser at NDN, a Washington, DC-based center-left think tank and lobbying group. Menendez has previously worked with Rock the Vote and Democracy USA. She has spent time as a news producer and on-air contributor to RNN TV in New York. Menendez is a former reporter for the PBS show Amanpour & Business. In October 2019, she joined MSNBC. On September 19, 2020, she started hosting a new MSNBC show, American Voices, which airs on Saturdays and Sundays.
Menendez’s senior honors thesis on women’s social capital at Harvard University drew the attention of U.S. News & World Report and The New York Times. [requires citation] Menendez was named one of the 15 most fascinating members of the 2005 Harvard Crimson class, and she was picked to give her first-year speech.
Alicia Menendez Age
How old is Alicia? Menendez is 38 years old as of 2021. She was born on 2 July 1983 in Union City, New Jersey, the United States of America. She celebrates her birthday on the 2nd of July every year.
Alicia Menendez Education
She graduated from Harvard College in 2005.
Alicia Menendez Nationality | Ethnicity
What ethnicity is Alicia? she belongs to a mixed ethnicity/heritage. Menendez was born and raised in Union City, New Jersey, the United States and she holds American nationality and citizenship by birth.
Alicia Menendez Height
Menendez stands at a height of 5 Feet 7 Inches (1.7 Meters).
Alicia Menendez Family | Siblings | Parents
Menendez was born and raised in Union City, New Jersey, to US Senator Robert Menendez and Jane Jacobsen. Her father is of Cuban descent, while her mother is German, Norwegian, and Irish.
Alicia Menendez Father
His father Robert Menendez is a US Senator and of Cuban descent.
Alicia Menendez Husband
She has been married to Carlos Pro Odio on February 15, 2015, in Coral Gables United Church of Christ in Coral Gables, Florida. Carlos Pro Socarrás, Pro’s maternal grandfather, was President of Cuba from 1948 until 1952.
Alicia Menendez Wedding
The Couples tie a knot on February 15, 2015, in Coral Gables United Church of Christ in Coral Gables, Florida.
Alicia Menendez Salary
How much does she earn? Menendez earns an annual salary ranging between $40,000 – $ 110,500.
Alicia Menendez Net Worth
Menendez has an estimated net worth ranging between $1 Million – $5 Million which she has earned through being an anchor, commentator, host, and writer.
Alicia Menendez Books
- 2019 The Likeability Trap: How to Break Free and Succeed as You Are (HarperCollins, 2019)
- 2019 “Why We Should Let Go of Old Rules and Reimagine Leadership” (Thrive Global, November 5, 2019)