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Michelle Kosinski

Michelle Kosinski
Born 1974 (age 40–41)
Willingboro Township, New Jersey, U.S.
Nationality American
Occupation Journalist
Employer CNN News
Known for Work at NBC News
Spouse(s) Kimbell Duncan (2014-present)

Michelle Kosinski (born 1974) is a Atlanta from 2005–2009.[2]

Career overview

Kosinski has covered such world events as the War in Afghanistan, terrorist plots in Europe, international court cases, and the 2010 Haiti earthquake.

In 2009, she won a national Emmy award for live reporting during NBC News' special coverage of the 2008 U.S. presidential election.

Kosinski began work in broadcast journalism in Rockford, Illinois for WIFR while earning her BA and MA from the Medill School of Journalism at Northwestern University. Leaving WIFR, she moved to Charlotte, North Carolina at WSOC-TV and founded the Piedmont Bureau. In 2001, she was voted the Best Reporter in Charlotte by readers of the city's arts and entertainment magazine. In Fall of 2001, she left WSOC-TV for WTVJ in Miami. She is a 2003 Suncoast Regional Emmy Awards Craft Winner for reporting on Haitian immigrants and was named Woman of the Year in 2005 by Women in Communications of South Florida.[3]

In 2005, Rolling Stone magazine named her "hot reporter" in its annual Hot List.

2010 saw Kosinski named foreign correspondent, moving from NBC's Southeast Bureau to London.[4]

In 2014, she moved networks to CNN, as White House correspondent.[5][6]

NBC News

Kosinski first joined NBC News in 2005 as a correspondent based in Miami, Florida, United States. In 2010 she became a foreign correspondent and moved London, United Kingdom. She was with NBC News for a total of nine years, five years in the United States and fours years in London. During her tenure as London correspondent she reported from all over Europe and Eastern Asia. She appeared on all platforms of NBC News including, NBC Nightly News, Today, Early Today, MSNBC and Dateline NBC.

Stories covered

At NBC News Kosinski covered many stories including:


In 2005, Kosinski made Rolling Stone's Hot List, as "hot reporter."[7]

In August 2005, while covering the Natalee Holloway disappearance in Aruba, NBC arranged an interview with the director of Aruban prisons and a tour of suspect Joran van der Sloot's prison. During the tour, she ran into van der Sloot and conducted an off-camera interview. Prison director Fred Maduro appeared live on MSNBC and admitted that he offered her the tour. After Van der Sloot's attorneys called for a hearing on the matter, NBC declined to air the footage.[8]

In 2009, Kosinski purchased a $5.6 million, 12,000-square-foot (1,100 m2) home in Coral Gables, Florida.[9]

Personal life

Kosinski was born in Willingboro Township, New Jersey in the early 1970s and grew up in Cinnaminson Township, New Jersey, a quiet suburb of Philadelphia. She is one of four children of Jeanette, a chemist, and Robert, a retired biologist who worked for the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection.

Kosinski attended St. Charles Borromeo school, graduating with the top honors of her class, then was class valedictorian at Holy Cross High School. She was a cheerleader and trained in classical ballet, also exhibiting early proficiency in writing and the creative arts.

At Northwestern University, Kosinski was accepted to the Accelerated Master's Program in journalism, attaining a Bachelor's and Master's degree at graduation. Originally in the magazine writing program, she later switched to the broadcasting division.[10]

While working as a television news photographer and reporter in Charlotte, North Carolina, Kosinski also performed with the award-winning Piedmont Players theater group, in roles such as Elvira in Blithe Spirit and Suzanne in Don't Dress for Dinner.[11]

As of 2011 she is living in London.[4]

In August 2013 Michelle announced she was engaged to 48 year old retired investment banker Kimbell Duncan. Duncan and Kosinski married on August 9, 2014.


For several years, Kosinski has served on the executive host committee for Amigos for Kids, a charitable organization based in Miami. Kosinski has volunteered for and supported numerous community organizations. She has sought out and highlighted innovative charitable work around the United States, as a regular contributor to Nightly News' "Making a Difference" series, which has in turn positively impacted those efforts.[12][13]


  1. ^ "Michelle Kosinski Joins CNN as White House Correspondent; Bash and Brown Take on New Roles as the 2014 and 2016 Campaigns Approach – CNN Press Room - Blogs". 2014-02-07. Retrieved 2014-07-12. 
  2. ^ Michelle Kosinski, MSNBC
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  4. ^ a b "Michelle Kosinski - TVSpy". 2011-01-12. Retrieved 2014-07-12. 
  5. ^ Deadline, The (2014-02-07). "CNN Names Michelle Kosinski White House Correspondent". Retrieved 2014-07-12. 
  6. ^ "Michelle Kosinski Leaves NBC for CNN, Named White House Correspondent - TVNewser". 2014-02-07. Retrieved 2014-07-12. 
  7. ^ "Hot Reporter"Kosinski Named Rolling Stone . 
  8. ^ "Lovely Girl Tells All!". The New York Observer. Retrieved 2007-07-23. 
  9. ^ "NBC Reporter Buys Coral Gables Estate". Retrieved 2010-05-24. 
  10. ^ "Michelle Kosinski -". 2008-01-14. Retrieved 2014-07-12. 
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External links

  • Station Biography
  • The Most Beautiful Reporters of 2010
  • Top 40 Hottest Anchors
  • Yahoo Group Michelle Kosinski
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