Jemele Hill Biography
Jemele Hill full name Jemele Juanita Hill is an American columnist for ESPN.com's Page 2. She is best known for former host of ESPN's First Take. She was born on December 21, 1975 in Detroit, Michigan, United States. Her father name is Jerel Brickerson. Her childhood days were rough. Her parents separated when she was young. She is American and is of African American ethnicity. She is five feet and six inches tall.
She is not married yet so there is no question of her divorce. She has been romantically linked with different guys time to time but there is no any proof. There is no any information about her love affairs and boyfriends. She keeps her personal life private. The talented lady is in search of her loving spouse till the date.
She went to Mumford High School. She graduated from Michigan State University and she earned degree in journalism and a minor in Spanish. She began her career as general assignment sports writer for the Raleigh News & Observer. She earns massive amount of salary and her net worth is not disclosed till the date.Edit
Born in Detroit, Michigan, United States
She was born on December 21, 1975 in Detroit, Michigan, United States. Her father name is Jerel Brickerson. Her childhood days were rough. Her parents separated when she was young. She is American and is of African American ethnicity. She is five feet and six inches tall.Edit
Graduated from Michigan State University
She went to Mumford High School and that was from 1990 to 1993. She attended Michigan State University, where she graduated. She earned degree in major in journalism and a minor in Spanish. She graduated in the year 1997.Edit
Worked at Detroit Free Press
She worked at Detroit Free Press as a sports writer and that was from 1999 to 2005. While she was there she covered Michigan State football and basketball. She also covered the 2004 Summer Olympics and the NBA Playoffs.Edit
She started working with ESPN and that was in November 2005 as a national columnist on ESPN.com. She hosted different ESPN program such as ESPN First Take, Outside the Lines, The Sports Reporters and many more.Edit
Won McKenzie Cup
She won McKenzie Cup and that was in year 2007. That cup is given in tribute to sports editor Van McKenzie, at the annual Poynter Media Summit. In same year, she was also honored by The Best American Sports Writing.Edit
Suspended from her post
She was suspended from her post during NBA Playoffs it is due to her article about the then-NBA champion Boston Celtics and the Detroit Pistons and that was in 2008. She was suspended for a week and later she apologized through ESPN.Edit