Heidi Przybyla is a journalist who worked for “USA Today” as a senior political correspondent. Heidi is a political analyst for NBC News and a former MSNBC contributor who gained notoriety for her divisive comment regarding US President Donald Trump.
Heidi Przybyla Wiki
|Known For||The USA Today journalist|
|Full Name||Heidi Przybyla|
|Birthplace||Alexandria, Virginia, United States|
Height, Weight & Physical Stats
|Hair Color||Dark brown|
Heidi Przybyla Age
|Age||49 years old (in 2022)|
|Date of Birth||November 18, 1973|
Heidi Przybyla Net Worth
As of 2022, American journalist Heidi Przybyla is expected to have a net worth of about $1 million. She has long been involved in her professional career. She has therefore benefited significantly from her professional experience.
She might receive a salary higher than the network average as a senior reporter. An NBC News correspondent is thought to have an average pay of about $105,353. Heidi, though, might make more money than the typical network employee.
On the USA Today Network, reporters typically make $83,894 a year. However, the affable journalist with years of experience can make more money than the average. She and her family enjoy a lavish lifestyle thanks to her income.
Family & Relatives
Mother: Nick Przybyla
Father: Jean Przybyla
Marital Status: Married
Heidi Przybyla Career
Education: University of Freiburg, Michigan State University
Debut: Reporter for the Washington Business Journal (1997)
When Heidi started working as a reporter for the Washington Business Journal in 1997, she officially started her career.
She spent two years working for this network while holding a strong job at Bloomberg, one of the biggest media and financial companies.
She then began working as a White House reporter for “Bloomberg News” in 1999.
She nearly spent sixteen years working for “Bloomberg News.”
She was promoted to senior political correspondent in 2005 after spending so much time at “Bloomberg.”
In addition, she co-hosted the popular TV program “With All Due Respect” with Marc Halperin and John Heilman.
Five years later, in October 2010, she started working as a congressional reporter.
She worked in this capacity up until 2015 when she left “Bloomberg News.”
Over the course of her time at “Bloomberg News,” she has offered commentary on a variety of political topics, including ones involving some significant political leaders.
She began working for “USA Today” as a “Senior Political Correspondent” in August 2015.
She covered every Democratic presidential debate held during the Clinton-Trump presidential campaigns for “USA Today.”
She gained notoriety when she made provocative remarks regarding US President Donald Trump.
In January 2018, she was hired as a national political reporter by “NBC News.”