Cami Mccormick

Cami McCormick Bio, Age, Husband, CBS, Salary and Net Worth

Cami Mccormick
Cami Mccormick

Cami Mccormick Biography

Cami McCormick is an American radio journalist who has won several awards and currently works for CBS News. Previously, she was employed by CNN. On August 28, 2009, while she was traveling through Afghanistan, the car she was in was struck by an improvised explosive device (IED), which caused her to sustain injuries. Between the years 1994 and 1998, Cami held positions at CNN including those of reporter, writer, producer, and anchor. In September of 1998, she began working for CBS News, initially as a radio anchor located in New York and later as a radio correspondent.

Cami Mccormick Age

Cami was born on November 5, 1961, She is 61 years old.

Cami Mccormick Husband

Information about her marital status is not available, hence we do not know whether she is married or not. We will update it as soon as it will be available

Cami Mccormick CBS

In September of 1998, Cami began her career with CBS News. Her reporting on some of the most significant events that have occurred since that time has earned her a number of accolades. She was in New Orleans on the day that Hurricane Katrina made landfall, in New York on September 11, 2001, and she was in Havana in August 2015 when the United States flag was hoisted over the American Embassy for the first time in 54 years. She is a co-host for “CBS This Morning: Saturday,” along with Jeff Glor, and a correspondent for CBS News Special Assignments.

Cami has covered the trial of Saddam Hussein and did nine tours in Iraq while the country was at war. During her time there, she was embedded with American troops. Before she was hurt in an explosion caused by an improvised explosive device (IED) in August 2009 in the province of Logar, Cami served as an embedded member of the United States military throughout Afghanistan. She was hospitalized for an entire year after sustaining numerous severe injuries.

Since she healed from the injuries, she has visited over 20 different countries, some of which include Afghanistan, Iraq, the Demilitarized Zone (DMZ) of Korea, and Ukraine. She stayed in Ukraine for the better part of 2014, and she was still there when Russia occupied Crimea. When Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 was brought down in July 2014, she returned to the eastern part of the Ukrainian country.

Cami Mccormick CNN

Cami had previous experience working for CNN, CNN International, Headline News, and CNNRadio before she started at CBS. She filed a report from London on the passing of Princess Diana as well as the deployment of American troops to Bosnia.

Additionally, she created, headlined, and produced the first worldwide program for CNNRadio, which was titled The CNNRadio World News Report. It was the recipient of the Edward R. Murrow award for “Best Network Newscast” in 1998, and it was broadcast in more than one hundred different nations.

Cami Mccormick Awards

Cami has won a total of six Edward R. Murrow awards for her own work, in addition to contributing to the success of more than a half dozen additional nominations. Other honors she has received include three AWRT “Gracie Allen Awards” for her coverage of the September 11th attacks, the Iraq and Afghanistan wars, two Associated Press Awards, a 2008 National Headliner award for the series Katrina: Two Years Later, a 2010 National Headliner award for coverage of Afghanistan, a CableAce Award for reporting on Boris Yeltsin’s re-election as Russian President, and a Sigma Delta Chi Award for her coverage of Hurricane Kat

In 2016, the Radio Television Digital News Foundation honored her by bestowing upon her the Leonard Zeidenberg First Amendment Award.

Cami Mccormick Injury

On August 28, 2009, Cami sustained an injury while working as a reporter for CBS News in Afghanistan. She was riding in a vehicle with personnel of the United States Army when it was struck by an improvised explosive device (IED). She was one of the people who was killed in the incident (IED). At first, she was taken care of at a field hospital, and there, in order to bring her situation under control, she underwent surgery.

After that, Cami was transferred to Bagram Air Base in Afghanistan to receive further medical care. An American serviceman was one among the people who lost their lives in the explosion. Following the completion of her recovery from the injuries, she resumed her reporting duties for CBS News. Cami’s reporting has included coverage of the State Department as well as the Pentagon ever since she went back to work.

Cami Mccormick Salary

Cami earns an annual salary that ranges between $50k – $90k.

Cami  Mccormick Net Worth

Her estimated net worth ranges between $800k – $2 million.

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