Katy Waldman Biography
Katy Waldman is an illustrious American writer from Brooklyn, New York. She specializes in researching, analysis, writing, editing, multimedia, and creative thinking. She has been a staff writer for The New Yorker since February 2018.
She is also a words correspondent for Slate Magazine based in Washington D.C. Metro Area since January 2011. Prior to that, Katy worked as an editorial intern for The Paris Review from September 2010 to January 2011. She also served as an Editorial intern (fiction and poetry) at The New Yorker from June 2009 to August 2009.
Katy Waldman Age
Katy Waldman was born in March 1998 in the United States of America. Katy is 33 years old.
Katy Waldman Height
Katy stands at a height of 5 feet 5 inches (Approx 1.65m).
Katy Waldman Husband
She is currently a single woman. However, Katy seemed to be more focused on developing her journalism career rather than updating on her personal life and including her marital status.
Katy Waldman Education
She attended and graduated from Holton Arms School. Later on, Katy enrolled at Yale University in 2006 and graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in English Language and Literature (writing concentration) in 2010.
Katy Waldman Salary
She receives a remarkable salary of $66,396 per year. This is according to The New Yorker staff writers’ salaries.
Katy Waldman Net Worth
Katy Waldman has over years managed to gather an estimated net worth of $1 million from her successful journalism career.
Katy Waldman Career
She is currently working as a staff writer for The New Yorker. Katy’s main role there is to write about literature, books, and other issues. Before, she worked as a staff writer at Slate and was also the host of “Slate’s Audio Book Club” podcast. In 2019, she received the National Book Critics Circle’s Nona Balakian Citation due to her excellence in Reviewing.
She won the American Society of Magazine Editors Award for journalists younger than thirty in 2018. While a college student, she was an active member of Yale Literary Magazine, Phi Beta Kappa, The Yale Record, NuMu (New Musicals at Yale) as well as Yale Undergraduate Madrigal Singer.