Coral Davenport Biography
Coral Davenport is a journalist and reporter from the United States. At The New York Times’ Washington bureau, she currently covers energy and environmental issues, with a focus on climate change. He joined the Times in 2013, having previously worked for Congressional Quarterly, Politico, and the National Journal. She was also a member of the Times team that was named a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize for exceptional public service journalism in 2020.
She was also a member of the Times team that received the John B. Oakes Prize for excellent environmental journalism from Columbia University in 2018. Coral previously worked as a freelance reporter and cuisine and travel writer in Athens, Greece. She covered culinary trends, the economy, arts and culture, terrorism and security while there.
Coral Davenport Age
Coral Davenport was born in Athens, Greece on November 21, 1975. She is 46 years old.
Coral Davenport Height
Coral stands at a height of 5 ft 5 in/1.65 m tall.
Coral Davenport Family
Coral Davenport Husband
Coral is married to David Butler Higgins, whom she adores. The wedding took place on May 26, 2017. They have a lovely boy together.
Coral Davenport Education
Coral earned a bachelor’s degree in English literature from Smith College. She then began her work at the Daily Hampshire Gazette in Hampshire County, Massachusetts.
Coral Davenport Salary
Coral pockets an annual salary of $79,582.
Coral Davenport Net Worth
Coral’s approximate net worth is $1 million.
Coral Davenport Career
Coral is a reporter at The New York Times’ Washington desk covering energy and environmental policy, with a focus on climate change. She has been reporting for Politico, Congressional Quarterly, and National Journal since 2006, until joining The Times in 2013.
Coral coverage at the Times has varied from covering the hazards posed by rising sea levels to vulnerable coastal communities across the United States to tracking scientific researchers atop the Greenland ice sheet. She covered how four presidential administrations dealt with the problem of climate change in Washington.
Previously she worked as a freelance reporter and cuisine and travel writer in Athens, Greece. She wrote for periodicals about culinary trends, the economy, arts and culture, terrorism and security, and the 2004 Athens Olympics. Coral has also written or contributed to four Greek travel guidebooks.
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