Hanna Rosin Biography
Hanna Rosin is an illustrious Israeli-born American writer currently working for New York Magazine as the editorial director for audio. Prior to that, she served as the co-host of the NPR show, Invisibilia alongside Alix Spiegel. Moreover, Hanna was the founder of DoubleX, the current-closed women’s site connected to the DoubleX podcast and the online magazine Slate.
Hanna Rosin Age
Hanna Rosin was born in 1970, in Israel. She is 52 years old although information concerning the date and month she was born remains away from the media.
Hanna Rosin Height
Hanna has a height of 5 feet 6 inches (Approx 1.71 m).
Hanna Rosin Family
Hanna was born to her supportive and loving parents in Israel and raised in Queens, New York, in the United States of America. Her mother was a Jew while her father worked as a taxi driver.
Hanna Rosin Husband
Currently, Hanna is single. Earlier, Hanna was happily married to her husband David Plotz, a writer with Slate since its advent in 1996 and former CEO of Atlas Obscura. David is the founder and CEO of City Cast, the local-news podcast network. The duo is the proud parents of three adorable children. They separated in 2020 and David lives in Washington with his three kids and two cats.
Hanna Rosin Education
She obtained her high school diploma in 1987 from Stuyvesant High School. Later on, Hanna matriculated at Stanford University where she attained her bachelor’s degree.
Hanna Rosin Books
Apart from her journalism career, Hanna has authored and published three books that mostly specialize in religious-political issues. They include:
- God’s Harvard in 2006
- The End of Men in 2012
- The Patriarchy Is Dead in 2013
Hanna Rosin Salary
She receives a desirable salary of $76,890 annually. This is according to New York Magazine editorial directors’ salaries.
Hanna Rosin Net Worth
Through her successful journalism career, Hanna has attained admirable possessions over the years and has an estimated net worth of $1 million.
Hanna Rosin Career
She is currently working for New York Magazine as the editorial director for audio. Moreover, Hanna was the founder of DoubleX, the current-closed women’s site connected to the DoubleX podcast and the online magazine Slate.
Previously, Hanna served as a co-host of Invisibilia alongside Alix Spiegel. Invisibilia is a podcast and radio program from NPR that launched back in 2015. The show is now hosted by Yowei Shaw and Kia Miakka Natisse. Furthermore, the podcast is p[presently on season 8 episode 51.
Moreover, Hanna is also a writer for The Atlantic and has written for The New Yorker, The Washington Post, New York, and GQ. She has appeared on The Colbert Report and The Daily Show on Comedy Central. She started her journalism career at The New Republic as a staff writer.