Caitlin Dickerson Biography
Caitlin Dickerson is an eminent American media personality currently working as a reporter at The Atlantic. There, she covers immigration. Before, she worked as a national reporter at The New York Times. Also, she worked as an investigative reporter for NPR as well as a political analyst for CNN.
Caitlin Dickerson Age
Caitlin Dickerson was born in the United States. However, she has not divulged her birth details to the public. Therefore, it is not possible to determine her actual age. But from her appearance, she is in her early 30s.
Caitlin Dickerson Height
Caitlin stands at a height of 5 feet 5 inches (Approx 1.65m).
Caitlin Dickerson Family
Caitlin was born and raised under the care of her hardworking and devoted parents in the United States of America. Nonetheless, she has managed to conceal salient details about his dedicated parents or if she has any siblings and we will keep you updated on this section once we have collected detailed and authentic data from our steadfast sources.
Caitlin Dickerson Husband
Despite being a public figure, Caitlin has managed to conceal her relationship status from public attention. Therefore, it is difficult to notify whether Caitlin is married, divorced, single, or dating. Nonetheless, this module is under review and will enlighten you swiftly once we have collected detailed and accurate data from our steadfast sources.
Caitlin Dickerson Education
She attended California State University, Long Beach where she graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in International Studies in 2011.
Caitlin Dickerson Salary
She earns a satisfactory salary of $67,496 per year. This is according to The Atlantic reporters’ salaries.
Caitlin Dickerson’s Net Worth
Caitlin Dickerson has piled up a hefty fortune from her successful journalism career and has an estimated net worth ranging between $1 million- $5 million.
Caitlin Dickerson Career
She is currently working as a reporter at The Atlantic. There, she covers immigration. Before, she worked as a national reporter at The New York Times. Also, she worked as an investigative reporter for NPR as well as a political analyst for CNN. In 2015, she received Peabody Award for an NPR special series that covered race-based testing of mustard gas on American troops in WWII.
She started her professional career by working as an intern for NPR. After her internship, Caitlin went on to serve as a producer at NPR. Later, she landed a role on NPR’s Investigations Desk. Furthermore, Caitlin alongside her investigative team won both the 2016 RTDNA National Edward R. Murrow Award and the 2015 Peabody Award for their reporting.