Jessica Grose Bio, Age, Height, Husband, Salary, Net Worth New York Times
Jessica Grose Biography
Jessica Grose is a renowned American novelist, journalist, and editor. She wrote Sad Desk Salad in 2012. She also is the co-author of 2016’s Soulmates as well as 2009’s LOVE, MOM: Poignant, Goofy, Brilliant Messages from Home.
Presently, she works for The New York Times as a columnist. She has been working in this position since 2018. There, she covers women’s issues, contemporary culture, as well as parenting.
Jessica Grose Age
Jessica Grose was born in New York City, United States in 1982. She is 39 years old.
Jessica Grose Height
Jessica stands at an average height of 5 ft 4 in/1.6m tall.
Jessica Grose Education
Jessica graduated with her degree in 2004 from Brown University.
Jessica Grose Family
Jessica’s parents are a cardiologist father called Dr. Richard M. Grose and a psychiatrist and photographer mother called Dr. Judith Ebenstein Grose. She was born and brought up by her parents in New York City, United States.
Jessica Grose Husband
Jessica is happily married to Michael Richard Winton. The two tied the knot in June 2010. The ceremony was officiated by Edward W. De Barbieri and held in Brooklyn.
Jessica Grose Salary
Jessica receives an annual salary of $78,624.
Jessica Grose Net Worth
Jessica’s estimated net worth is $2 million.
Jessica Grose Career
Grose began her journalism career by working for a blog owned by Gawker Media called Jezebel as an associate editor. Then later, she in collaboration with author Doree Shafrir began a renowned blog called Postcards From Yo Momma. The blog became the basis for a book printed out by Hyperion Books in March 2009 called LOVE, MOM: Poignant, Goofy, Brilliant Messages from Home. She became the managing editor of Slate’s women’s site DoubleX in 2009.
She also worked on its podcast called “DoubleX Gabfest” along with Hanna Rosin and Noreen Malone as a co-host. In 2012, she published her debut novel called Sad Desk Salad with the help of William Morrow Paperbacks / Harper Collins. Jessica also served as the culture blog of New York magazine as well as the deputy editor of Vulture.
In addition, she is a regular contributor to Bloomberg Businessweek, Slate magazines, as well as Fast Company. Her essays and featured reporting are always featured in The Village Voice, Glamour, Spin, New York, The New Republic, The New York Times, as well as Elle. In June 2015, she became editor-in-chief of Lenny’s Letter.