Molly Hunter is an American journalist and news correspondent at NBC News based in London. She is an Emmy-winning foreign correspondent and has previously worked for ABC News in Jerusalem and London.
Not much is known about Molly’s early life, as of 2021 she is around 30 years old. She hasn’t highlighted any information about her family members or anything like that, so her family stays out of the spotlight. While in college, she was also part of Williams Varsity Volleyball. According to her LinkedIn profile, Molly attended Marin Academy, a private school in California. She then attended Williams College in Williamstown, Massachusetts, where she received her Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science and International Relations in 2009. She also completed the Stanley Kaplan Program in American Foreign Policy.
Molly Hunter’s career
While attending Williams College, Molly received a scholarship named Jeffery Owen Jones ’66 Journalism Fellow. She spent a year in Amman, Beirut and Ramallah learning Arabic, interacting with Iraqi refugees and also working as a freelance journalist. She then joined the ABC News staff, working her way up from desk assistant to contract editor to foreign editor.
Molly then worked as a reporter and producer in Jerusalem from 2015 and then relocated to London in 2017, from where she became a London-based reporter. During her absence, she also became a member of a non-profit organization called Reclaim Childhood, which empowers refugee girls and women through sports and games.
Molly then worked for ABC for almost 8 years and then joined NBC News as a news correspondent, reporting in New York, Los Angeles and Chicago. In December 2019, Hunter was appointed foreign correspondent in London, a position he retains to this day. During her time at ABC News, she covered various topics from countries in the Middle East and Europe and traveled abroad for Presidents Obama and Donald Trump.
Hunter also received an Emmy Award for Outstanding Game Story in a Regularly Scheduled Newscast for a Nightline project called “Caught in the Crossfire,” which followed ten Syrians in war-torn Syria. When archaeologists recently discovered the “lost golden city of Luxor” in Egypt, she reported live from the scene for In-Depth TODAY.
Molly Hunter Biography
|Real name||Molly Hunter|
|date of birth||1972|
|place of birth||Atlanta, Georgia, United States|
|sun sign||Not known|
|height||in feet inches – 5′ 7” – in centimeters – 170 cm|
|Weight||in kilograms – 56kg – in pounds – 123 pounds|
|shoe size||8 (USA)|
|eye color||dark brown|
Molly Hunter Family
|University||Marin Academy, Williams College|
|Is she lesbian?||no|
Molly has kept her family away from any media attention and it seems like she’s kept their relationship private as well. She hasn’t revealed any insights into her private life so it is assumed that she is single, however Molly could be dating someone privately. Active on various social media platforms, Molly manages to take time out from social life alongside her busy schedule. She goes by the username @hunternbcnews on Instagram where she is a verified user with over 4.7k followers. Hunter is also active on Twitter and has 10.4k followers on the platform.
Molly Hunter’s net worth
Hunter has been in journalism since graduating from college and has been seen on MSNBC, NBC News, MSN, ABC News, TODAY, Yahoo, KNXV-TV (Phoenix, AZ), WABC-TV, Good Morning America and many others. Her net worth is estimated to be around $600,000 as of 2021.
Facts About Molly Hunter
- Molly Hunter is an American journalist and news correspondent currently based in London, United Kingdom.
- She received a scholarship while attending Williams College.
- While stationed in Jerusalem, she reported from Gaza to Saudi Arabia.
- She is an Emmy winner for News and Documentaries.
- She was a member and board of directors of Reclaim Childhood, a non-profit organization.
- Hunter played volleyball while she was in college.