Gail Collins Bio, Age, Height, Husband, Salary, Net Worth New York Times
Gail Collins Biography
Gail Collins is an eminent American journalist working as an op-ed columnist at The New York Times newspaper. She began working at The New York Times newspaper as a member of the editorial board in 1995.
Gail Collins Age
Gail Collins was born in Cincinnati, Ohio, the United States on November 25, 1945. She is 76 years old.
Gail Collins Height
Gail stands at a height of 5 ft 5 in/1.65m tall.
Gail Collins Education
Gail finished her high school course at Seton High School in Cincinnati, Ohio. Then she graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in journalism from Marquette University in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Later, she attended and graduated from the University of Massachusetts Amherst with a Master’s degree in journalism.
Gail Collins Family
Gail was born in Cincinnati, Ohio, the United States to her mother, Rita Gleason, and her father, Roy Gleason. Will update details on whether she has any siblings or not soon as we have detailed information.
Gail Collins Husband
Gail is happily married to Dan Collins, who works for CBS News as a senior producer and before worked for U.S. News & World Report as a New York correspondent.
Gail Collins Salary
Gail receives an annual salary of $82,735.
Gail Collins Net Worth
Gail’s approximated net worth is $1 million.
Gail Collins Career
Gail works as an op-ed columnist at The New York Times newspaper. She began working at The New York Times newspaper as a member of the editorial board in 1995.
She has worked as the paper’s Editorial Page Editor, being the first woman to work in that position. She edits and writes a semi-weekly op-ed column for the Times New York paper from her liberal perspective.
Together with conservative journalists, she has co-written with Bret Stephens at NYTimes.com, entitled “The Conversation”, featuring bi-partisan political commentary since the year 2014. Also, she has written for Connecticut publications, including the Hartford Advocate.
She created the Connecticut State News Bureau, a news service providing coverage of the state capital and Connecticut politics in 1972. She then worked in the late 1970s as a freelance writer and wrote weekly columns for the Connecticut Business Journal.