Revealing Gwen Ifill’s personal biography, this beautiful lady has not officially spoken about her relationship status. However, the source states her still unmarried. Currently, she is single at her fifty nine years of age and has not settled down herself with anyone. Since she is not married, she does not bear any husband and has not faced the nasty divorce. Truth is she is an ambitious and autonomy woman. Happily complying with her lonesome and single life, she is sought to be very much happy and easy going with her personal and professional relations. Also in fame for her incredible talent of tackling with her problems, her professionalism has undoubtedly paid her with huge compliments of fortune as well as reputations.
Professionally, Gwen Ifill is one of the leading African-American correspondents, news reporter also a news program moderator. She has already accomplished landmark in her profession credited by her regular hardship and devotion. Earlier, she was hired as a reporter for the American newspaper. She departed from there to work as the writer and political correspondent for “Baltimore Evening Sun”. After a brief association of four years, in 1984 she joined Washington Post. She was employed as political journalist and served her stint until 1991 there. She was the White House reporter pro “The New York Times” from 1991 to 1994, before joining NBC News. In NBC News she worked as their political journalist and Chief Congressional. Finally after the years of waited opportunity she wanted, she received the job offer from PBS. In 1999 PBS appointed her where she joined the team of “Washington Week” and “The News Hours” and ever since she is continuing her association there. As journalism is part of her profession, she has interviewed some of the key news makers and also reported on the issue level from politics to foreign affairs. Gwen Ifill has really impressed with her analytical view and journalistic sense for over a decade.
An illustrious journalist with an inspiring long career, Ifill at the moment is the administration editor of Washington Week. Washington Week formally known as Washington Week in Review is an American television program aired by PBC. Washington Week, the longest running program was launched on 23rd February 1967. For the program, Gwen Ifill has been the host from 1999 after Ken Bode was fired from his post. Washington Week program is broadcasted from Washington Dc in United State and its running time is of 30 minutes.
The beautiful lady who ruled the American reporting industry for over a decade, Gwen Ifill is the only African-American journalist to accomplished this sort of fame, reputation and respect.