David Rohde Biography
David Rohde is a preeminent American Investigative journalist and author currently working as an Executive Editor of NewYorker.com as well as Online News Director at The New Yorker. Prior to joining The New Yorker, he worked as an Editor, Reporter, and Columnist at Thomson Reuters for five years and nine months.
Additionally, he was kidnapped by members of the Taliban while in Afghanistan in November 2008. Nevertheless, David managed to escape from captivity in June 2009. In addition, he received the Michael Kelly Award in 2010 and the Pulitzer Prize for International Reporting in 1996.
David Rohde Age
David Rohde was born on 7th August 1967, in Maine, in the United States. He is 55 years old.
David Rohde Height
David stands at an approximate height of 5 feet 7 inches (Approx 1.7 m).
David Rohde Family
David was born to his caring and supportive parents in Maine, in the United States. He is the proud son of Harvey Rohde. Nevertheless, there is no information concerning his mother and/or siblings’ whereabouts.
David Rohde Wife
He is happily married to his stunning wife called Kristen Mulvihill since 2008. His wife serves as a picture editor at Cosmopolitan magazine. However, he was kidnapped two months after his wedding while serving in Afghanistan. The lovely couple published a book titled A Rope And A Prayer on their story.
David Rohde Education
He attained his high school diploma from Fryeburg Academy in the year 1985. Later, David enrolled at Bates College and graduated in the year 1987. Moreover, David holds a bachelor’s degree in History from Brown University since 1990.
David Rohde Salary
She pockets a satisfactory salary of $83,250 annually. This is according to NewYorker.com Executive Editors’ salaries.
David Rohde Net Worth
Since 1991, David has served as a professional journalist and through his skills, he has earned decent possessions and has an estimated net worth of $1.5 Million.
David Rohde Career
He is currently working as an Executive Editor of NewYorker.com as well as Online News Director at The New Yorker. Prior to joining The New Yorker, he worked as an Editor, Reporter, and Columnist at Thomson Reuters for five years and nine months. Additionally, he served as a Foreign Affairs Columnist from 2011 to 2013 and spent one year as an Investigative Reporter. In May 2017, he left the station after serving as National Security Investigations Editor.
Prior to that, he served as a Metropolitan News Reporter at The New York Times from October 1996 to 2000. In addition, David was hired to work as Foreign Correspondent in 1999 as well as South Asia Bureau Co-Chief in the year 2002. He served as an Investigative Reporter from 2005 to 2011.
He commenced his journalism career in 1994 serving at The Christian Science Monitor where he served as Eastern Europe Correspondent for two years. He served as a production secretary for the ABC News World News Tonight program from June 1990 to August 1991. Also, he served as a freelance reporter stationed in the Baltic republics, Syria, and Cuba. From July 1993 to June 1994, David worked as a county and municipal reporter at The Philadelphia Inquirer.