Professionally known as Joy Reid, Joy-Ann M. Lomena-Reid was born on 8 December 1968 in New York City.
She is the national correspondent for MSNBC, a cable television host, an author, and a liberal political commentator.
Her book, The Man Who Sold America: Trump & the Unraveling of the American Story was published in 2019.
Reid was raised a Methodist and lived mostly in Denver, Colorado until her mother died when was 17. She studied film at Harvard University.
She worked with a business consulting firm before leaving to begin her career in journalism in 1997 by working for WSVN Channel 7 morning show in South Florida.
Reid also worked for Barack Obama’s 2008 presidential campaign.
Reid was a 2003 Knight Center for Specialized Journalism fellow and is currently the host of The ReidOut, a new Washington-based weeknight show.
Joy Reid Siblings: June Carryl, Oren Lomena (Sister, Brother)
Joy Reid has two siblings; June Carryl (sister) and Oren Lomena (brother).
June Carryl is an American actress and playwright born on 10 June 1967 in Iowa City.
Carryl has a bachelor’s degree in political science. She has appeared in films such as What Dreams May Come, Sweet November, and Back Roads.
Oren Lomena, Joy’s brother is very discrete and therefore has no detail of his on the internet at the moment.