Richelle Carey is a 43-year-old US Journalist who was born on October 13,1976 who grew up in Houston.
He joined Smith College and also joined Baylor University where she graduated with Bachelor of Degree in Telecommunications.
Richelle Carey Career Details
She served as an anchor at KETK-TV based in Texas. She also played a major role as a military reporter at KWTX-TV based in Texas.
Carey served as an anchor for morning news for KVVU-TV which is based in Las Vegas.
She also served as an associate producer during her stint at KPRC-TV based in Houston.
In 2003, she joined KMOV-TV which is based in St. Louis as a news anchor where she had a show called News 4 This Morning.
In 2006, she joined HLN which is based in Atlanta where he served as an anchor and hosted different shows. At HLN she had a show covering how women and children are affected by violence where she interviewed numerous guests like Mary Blidge and Janet Jackson. She also had a big show known as What matters during her stint at HLN where she discussed problems faced by American-African communities.
During her stint she covered Fort Hood based in Texas which is a military base. Fort Hood has an area of 60,000 hectares which carries upto 80,000 soldiers. It’s the only US military house that is the most populated. Fort Hood was used during the cold war where armed soldiers were sent to war from this camp. All the training of the military during the war done here. During the second war of Vietnam, Fort hood was responsible for all the training, introduction of new tactics that led to the people fighting.
She also covered another story based in Bosnia where she showed how the US soldiers live there and their work. This soldier was known as US calvary where they trained, studied the grounds, did surveillance. It is where they combined their military arnuments and arms. Congress created the calvary which was to mostly to fight for the territories of isolated forts and resources.
In 2013 she left HLN and joined Al Jazeera America as a news anchor which ended in April 2016.
In 2016 she joined Aljazeera English in Doha as a presenter. She has covered a lot of stories during his tenure.
While at Al Jazeera she brought the story of Syria trying to protect itself after being threatened by Turkey. This happened after Trump removed his soldiers from Syria. This made the Kurds to go ahead and ask the Syrian Army and government to protect them.
She also highlighted the Israel elections where the Prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu was struggling to form his government.
She also brought the story of the business deal between China and USA.She went ahead and brought to us who is the mega beneficiary of this deal. China told US that they will buy more of their products.
She also talked about the story of United Sates when President Trump said that they were going to increase war in Iran.
She also talked about the oil prices of US and the negative impact it has on the US economy.
She also covered the Lebanon crisis. She brought the story where Lebanese people started violence and started setting institutions like banks on fire. The country was at a stake they even went ahead to ask for help from World Bank.
She has started an organization known as Men Stopping Violence which aims to end violence of men against women. She is also on the board of Girls Scouts of Greater Atlanta.
Richelle Carey also runs as a representative for teens especially fights for the rights of women and girls’ sexual matters. She also writes posts on Huffington Post.
Richelle Carey Net Worth
She has a net worth of around $4 million which comes from salaries.
Richelle Carey Dating History
She dated Michael Arceneaux whom they later got married.
Richelle Carey Boyfriend
Richelle had a boyfriend Michael Arceneaux whom he disclosed on September 2018.
Richelle Carey Husband And Marriage Details
He got married to Michael Arceneaux.
Richelle Carey Body Measurements
She has a weight of 62kg and a height of 1.52metres.
Richelle Carey Awards
Richelle Carey has won Emmy Award while at KMOV-TV.
She also won an award as an Emerging journalist by Houston Association of Black Journalist.