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Andrea Mitchell

Andrea MitchellBorn: 30-Oct-1946
Birthplace: New York City

Gender: Female
Race or Ethnicity: White
Sexual orientation: Straight
Occupation: Journalist

Nationality: United States
Executive summary: NBC Foreign Affairs Correspondent

One of NBC's primary correspondents of Bill Clinton's election campaign, also covered stories such as the Three Mile Island accident (as "Energy Correspondent"), Jesse Jackson's trip to Belgrade, and Hillary Clinton's successful senatorial election campaign -- "a recent Gallup Poll shows Mrs. Clinton is the most popular woman in America. Even more popular than Oprah!" Southern Illinois University named Mitchell the "most visible woman in network television" in 1999. After dating him for twelve years, she married 71-year-old Fed chairman Alan Greenspan.

Father: Sydney Mitchell
Mother: Cecile Mitchell
Sister: Susan Greenstein
Husband: (m. 1970, div. 1975)
Husband: Alan Greenspan (Federal Reserve Chairman, m. 6-Apr-1997)

    High School: New Rochelle High School, New Rochelle, NY (1963)
    University: BA English Literature, University of Pennsylvania (1967)

    Girl Scouts of the U.S.A. Member, Advisory Council
    Alfalfa Club
    Roast: Helen Thomas (1993)
    Wedding: William Cohen and Janet Langhart (1996)
    Wedding: Alan Greenspan and Andrea Mitchell (1997)
    Roast: Tom Brokaw (2002)
    Funeral: Tim Russert (2008)
    Roast: Stephen Colbert (2008)
    Risk Factors: Breast Cancer

    TELEVISION
    NBC Chief Foreign Affairs Correspondent (1994-)
    NBC Chief White House Correspondent (1993-94)
    NBC Chief Congressional Correspondent (1988-92)
    NBC Washington Correspondent (1978)
    Today Correspondent and analyst
    Meet the Press Substitute host, panelist


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