Melissa Y Kim Biography
Melissa Y Kim currently works as a studio host for the Baltimore Ravens Broadcast Teams. She is also a freelance sports journalist for WUSA 9 and Raven’s contributor at 1057 The Fans. She started with an interest in politics but slowly gravitated towards sports journalism. Melissa has previously worked at CBS 42, WISC TV, and News 12.
She is a Los Angeles native born on 19th May 1985/86. Melissa Y Kim is a first-generation immigrant born to Kwang Sik Kim who was a Division Chief of Pediatric Infectious Diseases at Johns Hopkins and a professor of Pediatrics at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. Coming to America, Kim chose a liberal kind of career and she is excelling at it. Going into relationships, we have observed that Melissa Y Kim is single.
Education and Career
Being born in a highly educational background, Melissa was damned to follow suit. She started at Rolands Park Country School and later at Palos Verdes Peninsula High School. She joined Johns Hopkins University where she studied political science.
Although she studied politics while in school, her passion was journalism. She was an intern at ESPN and a research writer for two months during the NBC Olympics 2008.
Melissa became a full-time sports journalist when she joined News 12 as a sports reporter. After 10 months, she joined the News Center in Maine to work as a Sports anchor and Multimedia journalist. Melissa served there for 3 years before joining CBS 42 for another two years in sports. She worked her longest at WISC as a sports anchor and reporter. The journalist got her current job in 2020.
Melissa Y Kim in Sports
As a sports journalist, Melissa engages in one-on-one interviews with Raven players and coaches to give updates on the team. She has had a one-on-one interview with Ravens DL Justin Madubuike where they discussed the importance of sleeping for high performance. Melissa has also covered breaking news like the return of Mark Andrews after his 2 months injury.
Melissa is among the few women who have chosen sports as their area of expertise. She excelled as an anchor and reporter, and now she is working as a part-time reporter for the Ravens. Her passion for storytelling especially in the world of sports has also been seen with Kylen Mills and Carmen Vitali.
Aside from working in sports, Melissa is also an active supporter of Asian Americans in sports. Being a Korean, she speaks for the needs of the Asian people and makes awareness of their passion even in sports. She currently serves as the vice president of the association. While she is not working, Melissa loves spending time outside with friends and loved ones.
Summary of Personal Details
Age: 36 or 37
Marital Status: Single
Occupation: Sports Journalist
Height: approx 5 feet and 5 inches
Weight: approx 130lbs
Salary: approx 70,000 per year