Alexi McCammond Biography
Alexi McCammond is an American political journalist who was born in 1994, in Rockford, Illinois, the United States as Alexi Jo McCammond. Alexi served as an NBC and MSNBC contributor, a contributor for PBS’s Washington Week, and is currently a reporter for the political website Axios. Alexi appeared on 2020’s Forbes 30 Under 30 list.
Alexi McCammond Net Worth
Alexi is estimated to have a net worth of $1.5 million dollars at present. Alexi has accumulated her net worth with the versatility she has shown in each field she has worked in. Her main source of earnings is her journalism career. As she progresses in her career, her net worth is projected to rise.
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Alexi McCammond Salary
Alexi receives an annual salary of approximately $310,235 per year, she is an American political journalist who is currently a reporter for the political website Axios.
Alexi McCammond Age
Alexi is 28 years old as of 2022, she was born in 1994, in Rockford, Illinois, the United States as Alexi Jo McCammond. It is not known when she celebrates her birthday. We will update this section when the information is available.
Alexi McCammond Ethnicity
Alexi is of mixed-race descent.
Alexi McCammond Height
McCammond’s height is 5 feet 4 inches (163 cm) tall and she weighs 56 kgs (124 pounds)
Alexi attended Guilford High School in Rockford, Illinois. In 2011, Alexi attended the University of Chicago on a full 4-year QuestBridge scholarship, graduating in the year 2015, with an A.B. in sociology and Spanish language and literature. Alexi received additional training from the National Association of Black Journalists. While at the University of Chicago, she also wrote for the student political newspaper The Gate. Alexi is of mixed-race descent.
Alexi McCammond Parents
Alexi was born and raised by her parents in Chicago, Illinois. Alexi’s mother is Shelli McCammond, while her father’s name is not yet revealed, however, her father is an African American. Alexi’s parents raised her alongside two siblings named Braxton McCammond and Aubyn McCammond.
Alexi has two siblings, one brother, and one sister. Alexi’s parents raised her alongside two siblings named Braxton McCammond and Aubyn McCammond.
Alexi McCammond Fiance
In 2020, McCammond was engaged to her fiance Matt Kuncman, but later, they canceled their plans to get married as well as parted ways for unknown reasons.
On February 8, 2021, McCammond and her lovely fiance, TJ Ducklo made their relationship public. They both met each other during the year 2020 electoral campaign of Joe Biden. McCammond started spending more time with Ducklo during the campaign, and they both started dating.
Alexi McCammond Vogue
In March of the year 2021, McCammond faced backlash from the staff members of Teen Vogue, who publicly condemned McCammond for a series of decade-old tweets by her. The tweets were homophobic as well as racist, and this forced the company to cancel its employment. McCammond also addressed the matter and made a public apology on her Twitter account.
In November of the year 2019, Charles Barkley, former NBA star as well as TNT commentator, was accused of threatening McCammond in an Atlanta bar before the year 2020 Democratic primary debate in Atlanta, Georgia. During the threat, Charles said, “I don’t hit women, but if I did I would hit you.” Later, Charles issued a public apology to Alexi McCammond.
Alexi McCammond Wikipedia – Axios
McCammond began working as a freelance political writer for the women’s magazine Cosmopolitan. In 2017, McCammond joined Axios as a political reporter and writer, where she wrote an article on Michael Bloomberg’s withdrawal from the 2020 Presidential elections.
McCammond also revealed the presidential schedule of Donald Trump in an article, which states that Donald Trump spent 60% of his days in “executive time” when he was serving as the President of the US.
She made it to the news again when McCammond made her relationship with TJ Ducklo, a member of the 2020 Joe Biden electoral campaign, public. TJ was serving as the White House Deputy Press Secretary under President Joe Biden.
Ducklo was fired from his post after he made some derogatory and misogynistic comments about a Politico reporter, Tara Palmeri. The comments were made during a phone call, and TJ also accused Palmeri of being jealous of his relationship with McCammond.
In March of the year 2021, Alexi was appointed as the Editor-in-Chief of Conde Nast’s magazine “Teen Vogue.” Unfortunately, a series of her decade-old racist and homophobic tweets resurfaced on the internet, and McCammond had to resign from her job. Alexi rejoined Axios in July 2021 working as a political reporter.