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Cami Mccormick Biography
Cami McCormick an American award-winning radio journalist for CBS News who previously worked for CNN. On August 28, 2009 she was injured in Afghanistan when the vehicle in which she was traveling was hit by an improvised explosive device. Cami worked for CNN as a reporter, writer, producer and anchor from 1994 until 1998. She joined CBS News as a New York-based radio anchor and as a radio correspondent in September 1998.
Cami Mccormick Age
Cami was born on November 5, 1961 She is 57 years old as of 2018.
Cami Mccormick Husband
Cami is a very secretive person when it comes to her personal life. She has not disclosed any information regarding her family or siblings. When it comes to her love life she has not revealed anything regarding her being married, engaged or dating. Currently it is not clear if Cami is married or single.
Cami Mccormick Cbs
Cami joined CBS News in September, 1998. She has won a number of awards for her reporting on some of the biggest stories since that time. She was at Ground Zero in New York on September 11, 2001, in New Orleans when Hurricane Katrina struck, and in Havana in August of 2015 when the U.S. flag was raised over the American Embassy for the first time in 54 years. She works along with Jeff Glor Co-host, “CBS This Morning: Saturday”; CBS News Special Correspondent
Cami has served nine tours in Iraq during the war, embedded with American troops as well as covering the trial of Saddam Hussein.
Cami was embedded with U.S. forces throughout Afghanistan before being injured in an IED explosion in August, 2009 in Logar province. She suffered extensive injuries and spent a year in the hospital.
Since she recovered from the injury she has traveled to over 20 countries, including Afghanistan, Iraq, the Korean DMZ and Ukraine.
She spent much of 2014 in Ukraine, and was there when Crimea was annexed by Russia. She went back to eastern Ukraine when Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 was shot down in July of 2014.
Cami Mccormick CNN
Prior to CBS, Cami has also worked for CNN, CNN International, Headline News and CNNRadio. She reported on the death of Princess Diana from London and the deployment of U.S. troops to Bosnia.
She also developed, anchored and produced CNNRadio’s first international newscast, The CNNRadio World News Report. Heard in more than 100 countries, it was the winner of the Edward R. Murrow award for “Best Network Newscast” in 1998.
Cami Mccormick Awards
Cami has been the personal recipient of six Edward R. Murrow awards and a contributor to more than a half a dozen others. Other honors include three AWRT “Gracie Allen Awards” for September 11th, Iraq and Afghanistan war coverage, two Associated Press Awards, a 2008 National Headliner award for the series: Katrina: Two Years Later, A 2010 National Headliner Award for coverage of Afghanistan, a CableAce Award for reporting on Boris Yeltsin’s re-election as Russian President and a Sigma Delta Chi Award for her coverage of Hurricane Katrina and its aftermath.
She was the recipient of the Leonard Zeidenberg First Amendment Award from the Radio Television Digital News Foundation in 2016 .
Cami Mccormick Injury
Cami was injured while in Afghanistan reporting for CBS News on August 28, 2009. She was traveling in a vehicle with members of the United States Army when their vehicle was hit by an improvised explosive device (IED).Initially she was treated at a field hospital, where she underwent surgery to stabilize her condition. Cami then was taken to Bagram Air Base in Afghanistan for additional treatment. An American serviceman was killed in the same explosion. After she recovered from the injury she has went back to reporting for CBS news. After she returned to work Cami has covered both the State Department and the Pentagon.
Cami Mccormick Salary | Cami Mccormick Net Worth
Cami is earning a huge amount from her job at CBS which might have accumulated her a great net worth. However, she has not yet disclosed her annual salary and her estimated net worth yet.