Elise Jordan is the name of an American journalist, who is a famous face on MSNBC as a Political Analyst. She has also has worked with American political scientist Condoleezza Rice and also is a former NSC speechwriter. Jordan has worked as a director for communications in the National Security Council and also served as a Speechwriting at the U.S. Embassy, Baghdad.
Elise was born on 24 September 1990 in Holly Springs, Mississippi, USA. She was born the name Catherine Elise Jordan to Kelly Jordan and Susan Boone Jordan. And she also has a younger brother named Russell Jordan. Her zodiac sign is Libra and she holds American nationality. However, she was very naughty in her childhood and also liked very to dance. Moreover, she did her graduation in Journalism from Yale University.
|Birthday||24th September 1990|
|Birthplace||Holly Springs, Mississippi, USA|
|Parents||Kelly and Susan Boone Jordan|
This 29 Years old lady’s Height 6 feet 1 inch approx. to 185 cm and Weight 75 Kg approx. to 165 lbs. Her Waist Size 27 Inches and Hip Size 29 Inches. She wears Shoe Size 8 (US) and Dress Size 4 (US). Her Hair Color is Blonde and Eye Color is Blue.
After completing her studies, she started her career as a journalist. She also started her career by writing an article for a popular newspaper Condoleezza Rice. Jordan also worked for the political magazine The Daily Beast. In addition, she has also contributed to the Time magazine. She also worked as a Republican strategist, national journal columnist, and national review columnist. Currently, she is working as a political analyst for MSNBC.
As per her professional career, she has earned a big number of amount. According to the source, Elise‘s average salary of $84,232 per year. She is working at MSNBC since January 2016 where the special edition of Hardball announced Elsie as an MSNBC Political Analyst. As of now, her net worth is estimated at $1.2 million.
In 2010, Elise 1st met with her hubby Michael Hastings, who is the former Rolling Stone contributing editor. They met in Kabul where they were on different assignments. In 2011, the couple got married after six months of their relationship.
But unfortunately, on 18 June 2013, her husband, Michael died in a car accident. His high-speed Mercedes C250 coupe into a palm tree in Los Angeles. His body was severely burnt and was identified using his fingerprints that the FBI had on their file.
In 2017, Jordan married Vanity Fair digital director Mike Hogan with a small ceremony. Now the couple enjoying a happy married life and has a little son and a daughter.