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Anne Thompson is a renowned American journalist, hailing from New York City.
Anne Thompson has worked for NBC News for several years. She is very well known for her investigative journalism in various fields.
Thompson has worked as a chief financial correspondent and chief environmental correspondent. Her works are often focussed on economic and environmental issues. She joined NBC News as a national correspondent in 1997.
She owns two Gerald Loeb Awards for her work in business journalism; in 2004, Thompson received a Television Short Form Award for her journalism work on the topic, 'The Jobless Recovery'; and she received the 2006 Television Deadline Award for her work on the topic, 'The Katrina Effect'.
Keep reading to learn more about the life and career of Anne Thompson!
Anne Thompson has an estimated net worth of around $1-5 million.
Anne Thompson's exact annual income is not known.
Anne Thompson is 5 ft 5 in (165 cm) tall.
Anne Thompson was born on August 10, 1954. She is currently 67 years old and will turn 68 in August 2022.
Anne Thompson was born in 1954, in New York City, United States. She grew up with her sister, Mary Thompson, and went to the International School of Brussels, Belgium. Anne Thompson then attended Notre Dame University, where she graduated with a Bachelor's degree in American Studies and Art.
She has many cousins; Bruce Thompson, Bill Thompson, Betty Thompson, Laurie Thompson, and Jim Thompson.
Anne Thompson prefers to keep her personal life private, so there is no available information about her current or past relationships.
Anne Thompson started her journalism career in 1979, and worked under WNDU-TV located in South Bend, Indiana, for four years. Anne Thompson worked for three years as a consumer reporter under NBC affiliate, KDSK-TV, located in Saint Louis, Missouri, and for 11 years for the NBC affiliate, WDIV-TV, located in Detroit.
In 1997, Thompson served as a news correspondent for NBC. In April 2007, she became an environmental correspondent, covering many environmental and economic problems. She was also a part of covering the 2010 Gulf of Mexico oil spill. Thompson's reports are displayed on platforms such as NBC Nightly News, NBCNews.com, MSNBC, and NBC News.
In 1997, she worked as a national correspondent, at which time she reported on the stories of Jessica DeBoer and Kirk Kerkorian's alleged taking over of Chrysler. As a news correspondent of NBS News, Thompson has covered the democratic senator Bill Bradley's hopeful presidential campaigns and Republic Senator John McCain. She has been dedicated to her work as a news correspondent throughout her career and has covered a wide variety of news topics.
Anne Thompson, who worked as a chief environmental affairs correspondent, covered the BP oil spill and the deep water horizon explosion, that led to the death of 11 people. From Gulf Coast, she reported live on the effects and recovery efforts and joined the viewers to discuss the disaster. She has also traveled to Europe and covered issues regarding alternative fuels, global warming, land usage, and upcoming technologies.
In 2017, Anne Thompson received a Rachel Carson award for her work investigating climate change and the BP spill. Anne Thompson has won two Gerald Loeb awards; the 2004 Television Short Form Award for her journalism on 'The Jobless Recovery' and the 2006 TV Deadline Show Award for her work regarding 'The Katrina Effect'.
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