Anne McElvoy Biography
Anne McElvoy is a popular British columnist and broadcaster. She has contributed to the BBC, The Economist, and The London Night Commonplace. Her career started in Times, dealing with Germany’s unification, Balkan, and Russia.
This was just before Anne became Deputy Editor of the Evening Standard and the Spectator as well as a political columnist. In January 2011, she joined The Economist as the policy editor, where she served as audio heading till 2022.
Anne McElvoy Age
Anne McElvoy was born on 25 June 1965, in the County of Durham, England. She is 58 years old.
Anne McElvoy Height
Anne’s height is 5 feet 6 inches (Approx 1.68 m).
Anne McElvoy Family
Anne was born in Durham County, England. She is the proud daughter of Alexander McElvoy and Mary Margaret Bartley.
Anne McElvoy Husband
She is blissfully hitched to her loving and god-looking husband, Martin Paul Ivens. The adorable couple exchanged their wedding vows in 1994. The duo has been blessed with three charming children Benjamin Ivens, Gabriel Ivens, and Isolde Ivens.
Martin is a prominent British journalist as well as the editor of The Times Literary Supplement in the UK. Previously, he served as the Sunday Times editor. In 1996, Martin served as the deputy editor of The Sunday Times.
Anne McElvoy Education
She attended St. Bede’s RC Comprehensive School located in Lanchester, Durham County. Moreover, Anne studied German and Philosophy at Oxford’s Wadham College. While in Oxford, she edited Cherwell, the student’s newspaper. Additionally, she enrolled at the Humboldt University in Berlin where she studied censorship and German literature for a year.
Anne McElvoy Salary
She pockets an ample salary of $90,000 annually. This is in accordance with
Anne McElvoy Net Worth
Anne has amassed a fortune a hefty fortune over the years and has an estimated net worth of $1.5 Million.
Anne McElvoy Career
Anne served as an Evening Standard columnist and executive editor up to 2009. She is still a senior editor at The Economist and contributes to a weekly political column. She also serves as a presenter of Free Thinking, Radio 3’s Arts and Ideas magazine. She also writes columns for the Guardian and the London Evening Standard.
Moreover, Anne is on a news broadcast, as a panelist on BBC Radio 4’s Moral Maze. Furthermore, she has presented radio documentaries and series such as British Conservatism: The Grand Tour for BBC Radio 4, Across The Red Line, British Socialism: The Grand Tour, and British Liberalism: The Grand Tour.