Adam Nagourney is an eminent American journalist. Nagourney covered the 2020 presidential race for The New York Times. Currently, Adam covers West Coast cultural affairs for The New York Times.
Previously, Adam served for Los Angeles as a bureau chief and serve as the chief national political correspondent for eight years. In addition to his career, Nagourney co-authored “Out for Good,” a history of the modern gay rights movement.
Adam Nagourney Age
Adam was born in New York, New York, United States on October 10, 1954. He is 68 years old.
Adam Nagourney Height
Nagourney is a man of average stature and stands at a moderate height of 5 ft 7 inches (Approx. 1.70 m).
Adam Nagourney Family
He was born and raised by his caring parents in New York City. His brother Eric serves for The New York Times as a copy editor and writer specializing in health-related issues. Nagourney belongs to the white ethnicity. There is no information about his parents and/or siblings and holds an American nationality.
Adam Nagourney Partner
He is openly gay. However, Dan has not disclosed whether he is married, dating, or single. We will update you on this section as soon as we have clear details.
Adam Nagourney Salary
Adam’s annual salary is $81,422 per year. This is in accordance with New York Times anchors’ and reporters’ salaries.
Adam Nagourney Net worth
Nagourney has an approximate net worth of $1 million – $5 million.
Adam Nagourney Career
He covers West Coast cultural affairs for The New York Times. After joining the team in 1996, Adam became assigned to cover the presidential campaign of Bob Dole.
After the 1996 election, Nagourney became the paper’s metropolitan political correspondent in New York. In 2002, He became a chief political correspondent and covered the 2008 election of Barack Obama and the 2004 re-election of President George W. Bush.
In the summer of 2010, Nagourney became the paper’s Los Angeles bureau chief. In April 2020, He joined the politics desk, for the Times helping to cover the 2020 presidential campaign.
On June 16, 2015, He was one of three reporters in The New York Times titled “Deaths of Irish Students in Berkeley Balcony Collapse Cast Pall on Program” in an article published.
In addition to his career, He co-authored a book titled “Out for Good,” a history of the modern gay rights movement.