Kara Swisher Bio, Age, Height, Husband, Salary, Net Worth New York Times
Kara Swisher Biography
Kara Swisher is a renowned American journalist. She presently serves at The New York Times works as an opinion writer. Newsweek has described her as Silicon Valley’s “most powerful tech journalist”. She also works in New York as a contributing editor, the host of the podcast Sway as well as the co-host of the podcast Pivot.
Kara Swisher Age
Kara Swisher Height
Kara stands at an average height of 5 ft 4 in/1.6m tall.
Kara Swisher Education
Kara completed her high school course at Princeton Day School in 1976 and graduated in 1980. Then she attended and graduated with a BS degree in 1984 from Georgetown University’s Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service.
While still a student, she worked for Georgetown’s school newspaper called The Hoya. Then she left the paper so that she could start working for the university’s news magazine called The Georgetown Voice as a writer. Then she earned an MS in journalism from Columbia University in 1985.
Kara Swisher Family
Kara was born to her parents in Pennsylvania, United States of America. But she has managed to maintain a low profile on details regarding her parents and siblings, soon as we have details on this will update this section.
Kara Swisher Wife
Kara is openly queer, she was first hitched to Megan Smith. They exchanged vows in 2008 and separated in 2018 but still share two kids whom they adopted. Then Kara remarried Amanda Katz and the couple got married in 2020.
Kara Swisher Salary
Kara annually receives a salary of $88,723.
Kara Swisher Net Worth
Kara has an approximated net worth of $3 million.
Kara Swisher Career
Kara works at the New York Times in August 2018 as a contributing writer and also worked in the Opinion section where she focuses on tech. She has authored much about topics such as Google, and censorship, Elon Musk, an Internet Bill of Rights, as well as Kevin Systrom’s departure from Instagram.
Newsweek has described her as Silicon Valley’s “most powerful tech journalist”. She also works in New York as a contributing editor, the host of the podcast Sway as well as the co-host of the podcast Pivot.
Before, she worked for The Wall Street Journal as well as The Washington Post as a writer. She is the co-creator of Recode, the All Things Digital conference, and also the online publication called All Things D. Since 1994, she has been covering the internet.