Nichole Marks '00
Hometown: Hoboken, NJ
Nichole is a producer at the long-running CBS News television program, 60 Minutes. Over her nearly nine-year tenure, she has produced stories for many of the show’s legends like Anderson Cooper and Morley Safer – including Safer’s interview with con-man Bernie Madoff’s wife and son – as well as Bob Simon’s final story on a promising cure for Ebola. Before joining 60 Minutes, she worked as a producer at the CBS Evening News, Weekend Edition covering major world events from the 2010 earthquake in Haiti, to hurricanes in the south, and the historic inauguration of President Barack Obama in 2008. She won an Alfred I. DuPont award and was nominated for an Emmy. She received a Bachelor of Arts from Tulane University in 2004 and a Master of Science in Journalism from Columbia University in 2005. She lives with her husband Jamie and their son Ames in Hoboken, N.J.