Michele Tafoya, two times Emmy-winning sportscaster, married Mark Vandersall in 2000. Mark is a private wealth advisor at Ameriprise Finance. Michele takes home an annual salary of $200 thousand and has an approximate net worth of $2 million.

Michele has maintained a very successful and rewarding TV career

An American sportscaster, Michele, began her career as a host and reporter for KFAN-AM in Minneapolis. On September 1994, she joined CBS Sports as a host and reporter for the CBS Television Network’s sports anthology show CBS Sports Spectacular and College Basketball coverage.

In January 2000, she shifted to ESPN and ABC Sports. She left ESPN at the end of the 2010-11 and joined to NBC Sports. Eventually, she became the sideline reporter at NBC Sunday Night Football.

Michele’s current position at the NBC has earned her good money: annual salary of $200 thousand and net worth of $2 million.

Michele is very competent at her job and has a very likeable presentation approach. For her performance, she was awarded the 2011 ad 2013 Emmy Award for Outstanding Sports Personality – Sports Reporter. Not only that, she is a recipient of two Gracie Awards.

Michele Tafoya manages her family with equal ferocity

Both Michele and Mark have very demanding careers. It is safe to assume that the couple must require genuine efforts to create quality family time. However, as evident through Mark’s twitter account, their children are really close to them.

Michele, in particular, is seen to plan vacations, take the family for a sports day out and in general get them actively involved in school sports.

The family currently resides in Minnesota, USA.

Our best wishes to Michele’s happy and rather rich family life with husband Mark and two children! Hope Michele Tafoya continues to inspire others with her hard work and a rather huge salary.

Michele Tafoya is living a happy married life with husband Mark Vandersall, despite major ups and downs

While a sportscaster and a financial advisor make a rather unlikely pair, Michele and Mark share a mutual interest in American football, among other sports. A safe bet, Mark must have gotten Michele to like him by talking sports!

One of the few downs of Michele’s married life was that she had four miscarriages. You could understand the devastation and pain of a miscarriage only if you were a parent yourself. In some marriages, miscarriages even drift your partner away!

But, quite patiently, Michele and husband Mark supported each other. Michele gave birth to a son at 40. Michele and Mark also adopted a baby girl.