Karen Tumulty Biography
Karen Tumulty is a well-reputed American journalist and political columnist. She is currently a political columnist for The Washington Post. She wrote for Time from October 1994 to April 2010 before taking the job in 2010. She worked for Time Magazine as a Congressional Correspondent and as the National Political Correspondent located in Washington, D.C.
In addition to her work in print journalism, she has appeared as a television/webcasting news analyst on the public affairs programs Washington Week on PBS NewsHour, PBS, and Special Report with Bret Baier on Fox News.
Karen Tumulty Age
Karen Tumulty was born in San Antonio, Texas, USA on 1, December 1955. She is 66 years old.
Karen Tumulty Height
Karen stands at a height of 5 ft 5 in/1.65 m tall.
Karen Tumulty Family
Karen was born and reared by her parents in San Antonio, Texas. Karen’s parents both passed away from dementia, her father in 2012, and her mother in 2015. Patrick is one of her brothers. Her interest in healthcare reform issues stems from her personal experience with her brother Patrick’s health issues. She wrote an article on her parents after they died on October 23, 2018.
Karen Tumulty Husband
Karen is married to Paul Richter, whom she adores. He works for the Los Angeles Times at the State Department. The couple has two boys named Nicholas and Jack.
Karen Tumulty Education
Tumulty graduated from the University of Texas at Austin with a bachelor’s degree in journalism and a master’s degree in business administration from Harvard Business School. She worked for Time Magazine as a Congressional Correspondent and National Political Correspondent in Washington, D.C. She worked for Time from October 1994 until April 2010 before taking the job in 2010.
Karen Tumulty Salary
Karen receives an annual salary of $83,655.
Karen Tumulty Net Worth
Karen’s estimated net worth is $1 million.
Karen Tumulty Career
Karen works for The Washington Post as a columnist and Deputy Editorial Page Editor. She formerly worked for the newspaper as a national political journalist, where she won the Toner Prize for Excellence in Political Reporting. Karen joined The Post in 2010 after holding the same position at Time magazine.
She wrote or co-wrote more than three dozen cover stories over her more than 15 years at Time. She also worked for Time as a congressional journalist and White House correspondent. She published her book, The Triumph of Nancy Reagan, on April 13, 2021. It is the definitive biography of Nancy Reagan, the fiercely attentive and politically smart First Lady who shaped one of the twentieth century’s most influential presidencies. She announced on her Twitter account on July 25, 2020, that she is immune compromised due to multiple myeloma. She also stated that she was receiving her third coronavirus immunization.