Amy Chozick Bio, Age, Height, Husband, Salary, Net Worth New York Times

Amy Chozick is an American journalist who has been a writer-at-large for the New York Times since 2011. She formerly worked as a writer for The Wall Street Journal for eight years. Her primary areas of coverage as a journalist include politics, media, and business. She rose to prominence after covering Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign in 2016. She is also a novelist, having written “Chasing Hillary,” which Warner Bros. is adapting into a TV series. He enjoys spending time with her husband and their handsome son in her spare time.

Amy Chozick Age

Amy Chozick was born in South Texas, in the United States of America on September 22, 1978. She is 43 years old.

Amy Chozick Height

Amy stands at a moderate height of 5 ft 4 in/1.62 m tall

Amy Chozick Family

Amy was born and reared in San Antonio, Texas, in the United States, by her devoted and protective parents. He was born in the United States, yet she is of white ethnicity.

Amy Chozick Husband

Amy is currently married to her devoted and industrious husband, Robert Ennis. The couple has been married for almost a decade and is thrilled to have a kid. Amy delayed having a kid in order to cover Clinton’s presidential campaign. The cute three-person family lives happily in New York City.

Amy Chozick Education

Amy graduated from a local high school and then went on to study at the University of Texas at Austin. She first entered with the intention of majoring in journalism, but three weeks later she changed her major to English and Latin American studies

Amy Chozick Salary

Amy earns an annual salary of $98,620.

Amy Chozick’s Net Worth

Amy’s approximate net worth is $2 million.

Amy Chozick Career

She currently works as a writer-at-large for the New York Times, where she has been since 2011. In 2013, she joined the magazine’s political team, which was tasked with covering both Hillary Clinton and the Clinton family.

During her campaign, Amy admitted to receiving death threats from Clinton’s opponent. She had worked as a writer for The Wall Street Journal for eight years before joining the Times. She was a member of the political team at the journal that flew to cover Bill Clinton and Barack Obama.

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