Personal and Family Life
Born on January 23, 1974, in Washington, D.C Norah O’Donnell, is the daughter of Doctor Francis O’Donnell. She is of Irish descent raised in the military family.
Her parents moved to San Antonio when she was 3 and there she joined Douglas MacArthur High School. Later, she graduated from Georgetown University with a bachelor degree in philosophy and post graduated in liberal studies from the same university.
Norah, a Roman Catholic, is married to the restaurant owner, Geoff Tracy in June 2001. At 33, she gave birth to twin children, Grace, and Henry.
A year later, the couple was blessed with a daughter named Riley; the name was suggested by a journalist, Tim Russert, who passed away before three weeks of Riley’s birth. The pair is living joyful family life with their toddlers in Washington D.C. No rumors have been heard regarding their divorce.
Lifestyle and Measurements
Norah O’Donnell is the queen of good looks and confidence which gave her quick entrance in broadcast journalism effortlessly. She is a charming and glamorous person with the body measurement of 36-27-37 inches.
She stands tall with a standard height of 5 feet 6 inches and owns an hourglass body shape weighing 65 kilos. Being a mother of three kids, she still looks as sexier and young. She has a unique sense of fashion and shows off it with confidence and flair.
Norah enjoys playing golf and cooking with her family and friends. Almost every weekend, She goes on trips with her family. She is living very sophisticated life.
In 1999, she moved to MSNBC as a contributor and analyst. She also served as Chief Washington Correspondent. From September 2003 - May 2005, she became NBC’s White House Correspondent. She made a contribution as host for MSNBC Live as well as Weekend Today.1
Norah has covered plentiful issues for NBC’s news show such as NBC Nightly, The Today Show, Dateline NBC and also for MSNBC. She also substituted on Hardball with Chris Matthews as an anchor where she used to be a regular analyst. Apart from this, she co-hosted the St. Patrick’s Day Parade in New York on WNBC from 2007.
In 2011, Norah was offered a job by CBS as Chief White Correspondent and since her contract does fill-in of the CBS Evening News for Scott Pelly as well as for Face the Nation. The network announced that she would be replacing Erica Hill as co-host on CBS This Morning.
Achievements and Contributions
Norah O’Donnell has won Emmy Award for the coverage of presidential elections in 2008 for NBC as well as Sigma Delta Chi Award for Breaking News Coverage on ‘DC In Crisis’ made for the Dateline NBC.
She is listed in Washington’s 100 most powerful women by Washingtonian Magazine and also in the list of ‘Top 100 Irish American’ by Irish American Magazine in 2000.
In 2014, Norah was also declared as ‘Broadcaster of the Year’ by the New York State Broadcasters Association and the American News Women’s Club honored her with Excellence in Journalism award in 2015.
Net Worth and Salary 2017
Norah's estimated net worth is around $8 million. Her salary is yet to be revealed. All the fortunes, she possesses today is the upshot of her accuracy, effort and struggle toward responsibility. Being a successful journalist, she has added million dollars net worth to her net worth.