An American television personality, Audie Cornish is also a radio personality plus journalist. She is the host of NPR's Weekend Edition Sunday and All Things Considered. Her dedication and hard work lead her to win the first prize in the National Awards for Education Writing.
Early life and Education
Audie was born to Jamaica parents in 1979 in Randolph, Massachusetts. She holds American nationality and is of African-American ethnicity.
Cornish finished her schooling from Randolph High School and graduated from the University of Massachusetts- Amherst. After her graduation, she interned with NPR and worked with campus radio station WMUA.
After her intern, she started working in the NPR station WBUR, for the Associated Press in Boston and NPR in 10 southern states and Capital Hill issues. Later on, in 2011 Audie replaced Liane Hansen, an American journalist and radio personality on NPR's Weekend Edition Sunday.
Moreover, in December 2011 she announced that she would be leaving the show to co-host All Things Considered. As per the news, the changes was made due to Michele Norris's decision to step down from All Things Considered. In January 2013 it was announced that Audie would remain the host of the show and Michele became a special correspondent.
Audie Cornish married Theo Emery in a private ceremony after a year of the relationship. The guest included their close friends and family.
Her husband was in the 2012 Obama re-election campaign and is a well-known correspondent with Boston Globe. Till now, there is no information revealed about their children. The couple is, however, living a happily married life with no signs of divorce.
The actual figure of Audie's finance is not revealed yet. She has been the host of various shows from which she must have earned a good salary.