Andrea Mitchell is a correspondent for NBC News.
Andrea joined CBS affiliate WTOP in Washington, DC in 1976. Two years later, Mitchell moved to NBC’s network news operation, where she served as a general correspondent. In 1979, she was named NBC News’ Energy correspondent and reported on the late 1970s energy crisis and the Three Mile Island nuclear accident. Mitchell also covered the White House from 1981 until becoming Chief Congressional Correspondent in 1988.
She has been the Chief Foreign Affairs Correspondent for NBC News since November 1994. Previously, she had served as Chief White House Correspondent (1993-1994) and Chief Congressional Correspondent (1988-1992) for NBC News.
Mitchell, married her second husband, former Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan, in 1997. Her husband, first appointed Chairman in August 1987 by President Ronald Reagan, retired in 2006.
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