Jay Ambrose Bio, Age, Height, Wife, Salary, Net Worth Tribune News Service

Jay Ambrose

Jay Ambrose

Jay Ambrose Biography

Jay Ambrose works for Tribune News Service as an op-ed columnist. Prior, he worked for the Rocky Mountain News and the El Paso-Herald Post as editor. Moreso, he works with The Daily World and The Seattle News. Rocky Mountain News became a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize in Spot News Reporting, under his leadership, the newspaper got many national awards for education reporting and established a daily science and environment page, a rarity among American newspapers, during his time.

Jay Ambrose Age

Jay Ambrose was born in Kentucky, United States in 1944. He is 77 years old.

Jay Ambrose Height

Jay is 5 ft 7 in/1.72 m tall.

Jay Ambrose Family

Jay despite being a well-known person, has managed to keep details of his love life, under wraps, however, deep research on this is ongoing and his information will be updated soon.

Jay Ambrose Wife

Jay is a married man to  Fran. They have three sons and two granddaughters.

Jay Ambrose Education

Jay schooled at Transylvania College in Lexington, Ky. Then he worked at the University of Michigan as part of a National Endowment for the Humanities program for a year as a professional journalism fellow. He then studied Management Development from the Harvard Business School Program, in 1987. His career began at the Knickerbocker News in Albany, N.Y.  as an editorial page editor, assistant city editor, and a reporter.

Jay Ambrose Salary

Jay annually receives a salary of $84,342. This is according to Tribune News Service columnist salaries.

Jay Ambrose Net Worth

Jay’s estimated net worth is $1 million.

Jay Ambrose Career

Jay Ambrose works for Tribune News Service as an op-ed columnist. Prior, he worked for the Rocky Mountain News and the El Paso-Herald Post as editor. Moreso, he works with The Daily World and The Seattle News. Rocky Mountain News became a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize in Spot News Reporting, under his leadership, the newspaper got many national awards for education reporting and established a daily science and environment page, a rarity among American newspapers, during his time.

From the Scripps Howard Foundation, he was awarded the Walker Stone Award for outstanding editorial writing in 1981. Between his period as managing editor at the Rocky Mountain News, and then at El Paso Herald-Post as editor, during his time here helped commence a campaign and spearheaded a community forum designed to bring back the community’s long-term social, educational, and economic resources.

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