Laxmi Singh is a midday newscaster for NPR(National Public Radio). Until 2000 she joined NPR's award-winning Newscast Unit. She is also known as one of the top female journalists. She previously worked at WEAR in New York and served as a reporter and a local program anchor at Washington DC's WAMU.
Early Life and Education
Laxmi Singh was born in Syracuse, New York in the United States of America. Her father is Indo-Trinidadian, and her mother is Puerto Rican. However, Singh holds an American nationality.
She graduated from Syracuse University with a degree in Latin American and broad journalism.
One of the promising journalist and a newscaster, Laxmi started her career at NPR. But before that, she served at WEAR in New York and then joined NPR member stations KPBX, WMFE, and WAMU. At WAMU she was a reporter and local show host. Then in 2000, she joined NPR's Newscast.
Singh was also involved in the field of reporting and contributing to NPR's Latino USA, PRI, Voice of America and Gannett News Service. She tried to get the right mix of rich sound and a descriptive narrative to convey the news to the viewers.
She used to uncover compelling stories of women struggling to live with HIV/AID, which she considered as the most challenging task.
The glamorous star of NPR's always tries to keep her personal life secret. Her relationship status is still a matter of curiosity to the viewers.
She is not open either she is married or divorced, or she is dating someone. She is a lady focused on making her career.
The 40-years-old American journalist has not revealed about her net worth yet. She earns $85 thousand as her salary through which she has maintained a net worth of $1 million.