Emma Green Biography
Emma Green is an American journalist and writer currently working as a staff writer for the New Yorker since November 2021. While serving at the New Yorker, she writes on cultural conflicts and academia in education. Prior to joining the New Yorker, Emma was serving as a staff writer at The Atlantic
Emma Green Age
She was born in the United States of America. She is around 32 years old, although she has not revealed her precise date or year of birth to the public eye due to her secretive nature.
Emma Green Height
Emma’s height is 5 feet 7 inches (approx 1.7m ).
Emma Green Family
Emma was raised in the suburbs of Nashville, Tennessee. Nevertheless, she has not divulged the identity of her devoted parents, their profession, or if she has any siblings due to her secretive nature. Therefore, her childhood is impenetrable.
Emma Green Husband
She is a merrily married family-oriented woman to her beloved husband. The lovely couple is the proud parents of a good-looking son born in 2020. Moreover, the pair lies in New York City along with their son.
Emma Green Education
She attained her high school diploma from Brentwood High School in the year 2008. Furthermore, Emma graduated from Georgetown University in 2012 where she majored in Government.
Emma Green Career
She is currently working as a staff writer for the New Yorker since November 2021. While serving at the New Yorker, she writes on cultural conflicts and academia in education. Prior to joining the New Yorker, Emma was serving as a staff writer at The Atlantic where she covered religion, politics, and policy.
During her tenure with the Atlantic, Emma’s work was published in the New York Times and the Washington Post. In addition, she also appeared on MSNBC, CNN, and National Public Radio. Moreover, Emma was also in charge of making site-wide edits and managing The Atlantic’s homepage. Besides serving as a managing editor, Emma also worked as a writer and editor for the Atlantic’s website.
While there, she has been a recipient of several awards such as the Prize for Journalism and Religion News Association’s first-place award in religion-news analysis in 2018, the 2020 George W. Hunt, and S.J. While working for the Atlantic, she covered numerous topics such as how childhood influences church attendance, how religious communities perceive climate change and marriage equality.