Real Name: Mellissa Bell
Date of Birth: 26-september-1978/79
Age: 41-42 years
Birth Place: United States
Height: Not known
Father: Martin Bell
Mother: Not known
Marital status: Not known
Husband Name: Not known
Ethnicity: Not known
Net Worth: Not known
Weight: Not known
Eye colour: Not known
Hair colour: Not known
Children’s: Not known
Profession: Technologist and Journalist
Mellissa started her career while serving as intern at India’s Hindustan Times. When she was in India, Bell met Raju Narisetti. He hired Mellissa to help to launch Newspaper Mint. In the magazine she edited and wrote papers weekend lifestyle magazine. In 2010 she joined The Washington Post and worked as blogger and reporter. One of her great work for the magazine is she wrote a column for style section about online culture. Later in 2012 she was promoted to lead the paper’s blog strategy.
Mellissa Bell Career Details
In 2014 she and Ezra Klein left “The Washington Post” co-founded the website Vox with Mate Yglesias. For the website she served as executive editor and senior product manager. She perfectly done this role, and led the development of the site and teams of analysts, graphics and news app.2015 was the time she was appointed as vice president of growth and analytics for Vox Media.
In 2016 she was hired by CNN. She previously had covered CNN’s report including Bataclan concert hall terrorist attacks’ Charlie Hebdo, Mali hotel siege and Bastille Day attack. She currently works as representative based in Paris.
After joining CNN, She worked for France 24 as a political editor.Later Bell was promoted to international affairs editor and representative.She has covered most major news story for the network’s French and English speaking channel andalso worked for various news agencies and then moved to the BBC as a political reporter and covered Westminster for 7 years.
Mellissa Bell Bio: Age, Early Life, Parents, Personal Life
Mellissa Bell is an American technologist and journalist. She was born on 26 September 1978-79. Currently her age is 41-42. Melissa is the daughter of Martin Bell. Martin was (UNICEF UK) Ambassador.. Martian was the Member of Parliament from 1997 to 2001.Mellisa’s mother was French but not much known about her.
Mellissa Bell Education Details
She started her education from The Leys School in Cambridge. Further she got her first class honors degree in English from King’s College. Before she attended law school she enrolled in Georgetown University in Washington, D.C. But after September 11 attacks in New York, at that time she was working as legal assistance. She left New York and done a variety of Jobs. Mellissa was encouraged by her mother to be listed in Northwestern UniversityMedil School of Journalism. She also serves as intern at India’s Hindustan Times. In 2006 she was graduated and earned her master’s degree.
Mellissa Bell Net Worth And Body Measurements
She has never disclosed her total net wort on media. Journalism is her major source of income. However she has not revealed her actual weight, height, eye and hair colour are not known yet. By her appearance in pictures she seems quite long.
Mellissa Bell Marriage Details With Kids
Like other media person’s she no how to keep secrets. About her marital status, Mellissa has never revealed or hinted about it. She never shared her husband’s name on media. This indicates that she is single or unmarried.Mellissa has not disclosed her private life and therefore it is not known if she has any children.
Mellissa Bell Social Media Presence
On social media she is not available like on Instagram or Facebook. But she is quite active and available on Twitter with a large number of followers.
Mellissa Bell Awards And Achievements
- In 2014 she appeared in Reviewsof “16 women whose digital startups deserve Vox-level plaudits”.
- She was included in 2015 Marie Claire’s “New Guard” list of the “most connected women in America” and was named one of the “most powerful women in Washington” by the Washingtonian.
- Mellissa also appeared in Folio’s 2016 “Director-Level Doers” list, recognizing the 100 “most forward-thinking and innovative leaders in magazine media”.
- Also named as publisher Vox Media due to her responsibilities for audience and brand development.
- In 2017 she was included in Digiday’s 2017 “change makers” list of fifty people “making media and marketing more modern”.
- In the same year 2017 she got another achievement like she was in Washingtonian’s “40 under 40” list.