Michele Tafoya, an American sportscaster, gets fired or steps down from her job? Details about her husband and children.
Michele is a sideline reporter who reports for NBC sports. She has worked as a mainstay on the NFL sidelines.
On December 7, 1964, Michele was born in Manhattan Beach, California, USA. She is 57 years old as of 2021.
She had cast for more than 300 games, but probably this season is her last one.
In July 2011, she joined the NBC sports network by replacing Andrea Kremer.
Is Michele Tafoya Fired?
Michele Tafoya officially announced that it would be the last season of her reporting.
She is a bold sportscaster, commentator, sideline reporter, journalist, and media personality. She is famous for her reporting at "NBC Sunday Night Football."
Michele's worked for network TV at CBS, ABC/ESPN, and NBC for nearly three decades.
She has missed three out of twenty games, which NBC officials describe as "Bye Weeks."
Michele Tafoya's Husband And Children
Mark Vandershall, an American financial advisor, is the husband of Michele Tafoya. They met in 1993 but got married on May 30, 2000.
They have two children one is a boy named Tyler, and another is a girl named Olivia.
After several miscarriages, Tyler was born in 2005, but the couple adopted Olivia in 2009.
Where Is NBC Michele Tafoya Today?
She is in Minnesota with her husband and their two children.
She is waiting for her last season as a sideline reporter for the company at Super Bowl LVI on Sunday, February 13, 2022.
She reported for NFL games for nearly 20 years.
Mark Vandershell's salary as a Private Wealth Advisor in the United States is roughly $95,486 per year.
Michele stands an average height of 5 ft 6. She earns an average salary of $78,465 per year, a decent salary for a news reporter.
Michele Tafoya Education And Experience
Michele's high education was in Mira Costa High School, Manhattan.
She did her bachelor of arts degree in mass communications from the University of California, Berkeley.
She did her master's in business administration from Southern California.
She worked as a co-host for the Mike Tirico Show on ESPN radio. She also served ABC in their coverage of Super Bowl XL as a sideline reporter.
She joined as a co-host in the KQ Morning Show with Tom Barnard on September 8, 2016. Later she left there in March 2020.