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Mina Kimes Wiki/Biography
Born Mina Mugli Kimes on the 8th September 1985 in Omaha, Nebraska USA, she is an investigative journalist, specializing in business and sports reporting, and has been well-known for her extensive work with ESPN.
Have you ever wondered how rich Mina Kimes is, as of early 2018? According to authoritative sources, it has been estimated that Kimes’ net worth is as high as $1 million, an amount earned through her successful career, active since 2007.
Mina Kimes Net Worth $1 Million
Of Korean ancestry from her mother’s side, Mina enrolled at Yale University after successfully completing her high school education. She received summa cum laude honors with a BA degree in English.
Following her graduation, Mina launched her career by joining the Fortune Small Business Magazine in 2007, and in 2008 she was already awarded Nellie Bly Cub Reporter Award for her work. She caught the attention of Bloomberg following her 2012 investigation entitled “Bad to the Bone”, which exposed the unauthorized use of a cement to repair bone tissue, and which caused deaths of patients treated with the illegal therapy, and for which she received the Henry R. Luce Award for her publication. This led to her hiring by Bloomberg News in 2013, after which her first two publications were works on Doug Oberhelman of Caterpillar “King Kat”, and on Sears executive Eddie Lampert “The Sun Tzu at Sears” won her the Front page Award for business reporting, and significantly boosted her net worth.
Her successful work brought interest in her from ESPN, and she joined the popular network, though instead of business reporting, she took a completely new tack, and became focused on sports writing. Since joining ESPN, Mina has done reports about such young sports stars as Devonta Pollard, Darrelle Revis, Aaron Rodgers, Martellus Bennett and his brother Michael, while she also did a report about League of Legends professional player Faker.
She has also served as the panelist in the show “Around The Horn”, and featured in several other shows on ESPN, including the “Highly Questionable” among others, all of which helped increase her net worth to a large degree.
Mina is the recipient of the the Sandy Hume Memorial Award in 2012, and two years later she was awarded the Larry Birger Prize.
When it comes to her personal life, Mina has been married to Nick Sylvester, the founder of the record label GODMODE, since 2014.