Charlie Savage is an American journalist who has been with The New York Times since May 2008 as a newspaper correspondent. He formerly worked as a staff writer for The Boston Globe. He has received numerous prizes in his journalism career, including the American Bar Association’s Silver Gavel Award, the Gerald R. Ford Prize, the Constitution Project’s Medal, and the Helen Bernstein Book Award.
Charlie Savage Age
Charlie Savage was born in Fort Wayne, Indiana, in the United States of America in 1975. He is 47 years old.
Charlie Savage Height
Charlie stands at a height of 5 ft 8 in/1.72 m tall.
Charlie Savage Family
Charlie was born and reared in Fort Wayne, Indiana, to loving and caring parents whose identities are unknown. Charlie was born in the United States, yet he is of white ethnicity. We will keep you updated on his family as soon as possible.
Charlie Savage Wife
Charlie is married to the lovely Luiza Chwialkowska Savage. Luiza is also a journalist, now serving as the editorial director of events at Politico and as a commentator on Canadian political news shows.
Charlie Savage Education
Charlie graduated from a local high school in Indiana before enrolling at Harvard College, where he earned an undergraduate degree in English and American literature in 1998. In 2003, Charlie received his Master of Studies in Law from Yale Law School.
Charlie Savage Salary
Charlie receives an annual salary of $91,970.
Charlie Savage’s Net Worth
Charlie’s estimated net worth is $1 million.
Charlie Savage Career
Aside from being a journalist, Charlie is also a best-selling novelist in the United States of America. Takeover and Power Warfare are two of his books. Takeover, his debut book, was about the Bush administration’s growth of executive power. Take Over won several accolades, including the Helen Bernstein Book Prize for Excellence in Journalism and the George Orwell Award. The Obama administration’s national security legal policy was discussed in Power Wars.
He currently works as a newspaper correspondent at The New York Times, where he has been since May 2008. Charlie formerly worked as a staff writer for The Boston Globe before joining The New York Times. He was a staff writer for the Miami Herald, where he primarily covered municipal and state government. Charlie began his internship at The Journal Gazette in Fort Wayne while still a university student.
He received the Pulitzer Prize for National Reporting for his 2006 series on Presidential Signing Statements and their use by the Bush administration, as well as the American Bar Association’s Silver Gavel Award and the Gerald R. Ford Foundation Prize for his remarkable work. He has covered national security legal policy throughout his career, including presidential power, surveillance, war powers, torture, leak investigations, secrecy, military commissions, drone strikes, and the United States’ fight on terrorism.