Jeff Zeleny Biography
Jeff Zeleny works as the Senior Washington Correspondent for CNN, covering the general 2020 campaign, he began working here in 2015. Before, he worked for ABC News as the Senior Washington Correspondent.
Jeff Zeleny Age
Jeff Zeleny was born in Exeter, Nebraska, USA on June 10, 1973. He is 48 years old.
Jeff Zeleny Height
Zeleny stands at a moderate height of 5 feet 11 inches/2 m tall.
Jeff Zeleny Education
Zeleny finished his high school course at Exeter High School, a public high school, he worked for the New York Times as a contributor of sports stories. Then he received a bachelor’s degree in Journalism and Political Science from the University of Nebraska in 1996, during his tenure here he worked for the Daily Nebraskan, which was the school’s newspaper as an editor and also played trumpet at the University of Nebraska Cornhusker Marching Band.
Jeff Zeleny Family
Zeleny’s parents are Diane Naomi and Robert Dean Zeleny, he grew up together with his two older brothers; James Robert Zeleny and Michael Jon Zeleny, he is of white ethnicity and an American Nationality.
Jeff Zeleny Partner
Jeff is openly gay, however, he is a private persona and due to this he has managed to hide details on his lovelife, it isn’t known whether he’s single, dating, married, or divorced, information on this is currently under review, will update this section soon as information is available.
Jeff Zeleny Salary
Zeleny annually earns a salary of $100,000. This is according to CNN correspondents’ salaries.
Jeff Zeleny Net Worth
Zeleny has an approximated net worth of $1.2 Million.
Jeff Zeleny Career
Jeff Zeleny works as the Senior Wahington Correspondent for CNN, covering the general 2020 campaign, he began working here in 2015. Before, he worked for ABC News as the Senior Washington Correspondent. Prior he worked at The New York Times as a national political correspondent, he covered Obama’s campaign to the White House in 2008, the 2012 presidential election, Congress for the Times as well as the Obama administration as a White House correspondent.
Previously, he worked for the Chicago Tribune as a national correspondent, during his time there he covered the first term of the Bush administration and the presidential campaign in 2004. Into the bargain, he began working for the Tribune on the Metropolitan desk in Chicago as a reporter in 2000. For recording gridlock in the nation’s air traffic system, Zeleny and the other reporting team won a Pulitzer Prize in explanatory Journalism. Also, his career started in Washington, D.C. at the Des Moines Register. HE.