Alexis Hoag Biography
Alexis Hoag is a media personality working at CBS News as an on-air contributor. Hoag is also an Assistant Professor of Law at Brooklyn Law School. Before, Hoag worked at Columbia University’s Eric H. Holder Initiative for Civil & Political Rights as the inaugural practitioner-in-residence.
Alexis Hoag Age
Alexis Hoag was born on 3rd April 1982. Hoag is 40 years old.
Alexis Hoag Height
Hoag is slightly tall and stands at a standard stature. However, her exact height is yet known.
Alexis Hoag Education
In 2004, Hoag graduated, attaining a Bachelor of Arts in American Studies from Yale University. In 2008, Hoag also received a J.D. from the New York University School of Law.
Alexis Hoag Parents
Alexis Hoag was born and brought up by her loving and caring parents. Her father is called Zachary Joseph Mbuya, he moved to the United States at the age of 36, while her mother is called Candace E. Hoag who is a lawyer from Olympia.
Alexis Hoag wife
Alexis Hoag is with her partner Brittany Jill Soler. They married at the Brooklyn Municipal Building in March 2014 and they were officiated by Marie R. Lennon, a deputy city clerk.
Alexis Hoag Salary
Hoag receives a decent salary ranging from $50,000 to $100,000.
Alexis Hoag Net Worth
Hoag has an estimated net worth of $500,000 to $1 million. Alexis Hoag’s career as a journalist is her main source of wealth.
Alexis Hoag Career
Alexis Hoag works at CBS News as an on-air contributor since April 2021. She has emerged in print and on-air for various outlets in the United States. And abroad such as NPR with Brian Lehrer, Al Jazeera, and MSNBC Weekends with Alex Witt.
Korean Broadcasting System (KBS), CBS This Morning with Gayle King, as well as BBC News. Alexis Hoag also emerged in Nepal with support from the Soros Open Society Justice Initiative and on dozens of panels across the United States.
In July 2021, she was appointed Assistant Professor of Law at Brooklyn Law School. Hoag offers courses in criminal procedure, criminal law, and evidence. With over ten years of litigation experience, as senior counsel for the NAACP Legal Defense & Educational Fund.
Hoag provides a dynamic and fresh perspective on this nation’s most pertinent issues. Hoag worked at Columbia University’s Eric H. Holder Initiative for Civil & Political Rights as the inaugural practitioner-in-residence and taught courses in abolition and death penalty defense at Columbia Law School.