Molly Hunter is an American journalist and news correspondent with NBC News based in London. She is an Emmy award-winning foreign correspondent and has previously worked with ABC News in Jerusalem and London. She has worked for more than 12 years, built experience in this field, and still fulfilling her duties. Molly showcased immense bravery while reporting live by risking her life away from her home.
Molly was born in 1972 and she is 50 years old as of now in 2023. She hasn’t revealed anything regarding her family members or so, hence her family remains out of the limelight. While attending college, she was also a part of Williams Varsity Volleyball. According to her LinkedIn profile, Molly went to Marin Academy, a private school in California. Then she attended Williams College in Williamstown, Massachusetts from where she graduated in 2009 with her Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and International Relations. She also completed Stanley Kaplan Program in American Foreign Policy.
Molly Hunter Career
While Molly was attending Williams College, she was awarded a fellowship named Jeffery Owen Jones ’66 Journalism Fellow. She spent a year in Amman, Beirut, and Ramallah where she learned Arabic, interacted with Iraqi refugees, and also served as a freelance journalist. After that, she joined the staff of ABC News and worked her way up from desk assistant to assignment editor to foreign desk Editor. From 2015, Molly worked as a reporter and producer in Jerusalem and then left for London in 2017 where she became a London-based reporter.
While she was away, she also became a member of a non-profit organization known as Reclaim Childhood which empowers refugee girls and women through sports and games. Subsequently working with ABC for nearly 8 years, Molly then joined NBC News as a News Correspondent covering New York, Los Angeles, and Chicago. In December 2019, Hunter was appointed as the foreign correspondent in London and since then she is working in this position to date.
During her time at ABC News, she covered various issues which varied from countries across the Middle East and Europe and traveled overseas trips by Presidents Obama and Donald Trump. Hunter is also the recipient of an Emmy Award for Outstanding Feature Story in a Regularly Scheduled Newscast for a Nightline project titled, Caught in the Crossfire, which followed ten Syrians inside war-torn Syria. Recently when the ‘Lost golden city of Luxor’ was discovered by archaeologists in Egypt, she reported live from the scene for In-Depth TODAY.
Molly Hunter Biography
|Real Name||Molly Hunter|
|Age (as of 2023)||50 Years|
|Birth Place||Atlanta, Georgia, U.S.|
|Sun sign||Not Known|
|Height||in feet inches – 5’ 7” – in Centimetres – 170 cm|
|Weight||in Kilograms – 56 kg – in Pounds – 123 lbs|
|Shoe Size||8 (U.S.)|
|Eye Color||Dark Brown|
|College||Marin Academy, Williams College|
|Who is her Husband?||–|
Molly has kept her family away from any media attention and it seems like she also has been keeping her relationship private. She has not shared any insights on her personal life, so it is assumed that she is single, however, it is possible that she might be dating someone in private but doesn’t want to reveal it to the public.
Molly is active on various social media platforms and manages to take her time out from her busy schedule to social life as well. 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 Net worth
Molly Hunter has been in journalism since she left 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 more. As for her net worth, it is estimated to be around $600k US Dollars as of 2021.
- Molly Hunter is an American journalist and news correspondent currently based in London, United Kingdom.
- She received a fellowship while being a senior at Williams College.
- While she was stationed in Jerusalem, she covered stories from Gaza to Saudi Arabia.
- She is an Emmy Award winner for News and Documentary.
- She was a member and board of directors of Reclaim Childhood, a non-profit organization.
- Hunter played volleyball while she was in college.