Dana Milbank Bio, Age, Height, Wife, Salary, Net Worth Washington Post
Dana Milbank Biography
Dana Milbank is an eminent American Journalist. As of now, he works for the Washington Post as an Opinion Columnist. His columns appear in the Washington Post four times a week and they also appear in 275 other newspapers. Prior to joining the Post in 2000, he was working as a senior editor for the New Republic.
Dana Milbank Age
Dana Milbank was born in the United States on April 27, 1968. He is 53 years old.
Dana Milbank Height
Dana’s height is 5 ft 8 in/1.73m tall.
Dana Milbank Education
Dana earned his diploma in high school from Sanford H. Calhoun High School in Merrick, New York. Then he earned his BA Cum Laude in Political Science from Yale University. While schooling at Yale University, he was a member of Skull and Bones, Trumbull College, the secret society, and the Yale Political Union.
Dana Milbank Family
Dana was born and brought up in the United States. He comes from a family of Jewish descent and his parents are Ann Milbank and Mark Milbank. Will soon update details on her siblings.
Dana Milbank Wife
Dana is a married man to Anna Greenberg. They tied the knot on May 28, 2017. Anne works at GQR as a practitioner of Dark Art Polling. Dana’s wife is the daughter of Stan Greenberg, a Democratic pollster, and the stepdaughter of Rosa DeLauro, a Democratic Congresswoman. Dana is also the Stepfather of two children.
Before Dana was married to his first wife Donna Lynn DePasquale, they exchanged vows in an interfaith Roman Catholic and Jewish Ceremony in 1993. Dana and his wife Donna are blessed with a daughter. But sadly, they separated.
Dana Milbank Daughter
Dana and his ex-wife Donna are blessed with a daughter. But sadly, they separated.
Dana Milbank Salary
Dana receives an annual salary of $145,000. This is according to the Washington Post opinion columnist’s salaries.
Dana Milbank Net Worth
Dana’s net worth is $6.5 million.
Dana Milbank Career
As of now, he works for the Washington Post as an Opinion Columnist. His columns appear in the Washington Post four times a week and they also appear in 275 other newspapers. He began working at the Post in 2000 where he served as a political writer in the Style Section. She also worked as the White House Correspondent covering the presidency of George W. Bush.
He was working as a senior editor for the New Republic. Before he was working at the New Republic, he worked as a reporter for Wall Street Journal for eight years. During his career as the White House correspondent, for the coverage of repeated excellence in the White House, he was awarded the White House Correspondents’ Association Beckman award.