Kim Barker Biography
Kim Barker is an author and journalist currently working as an editor and producer for The New York Times. Previously, She served for the Chicago Tribune as the South Asia bureau chief. Also, Kim Baker covered an earthquake in Kashmir during the tsunami. She was hired to cover campaign finance after writing her book by ProPublica. She attended Laramie High school for her high school education. Later on, She received a bachelor’s degree in journalism from the University of Northwestern.
Kim Barker Age
Kim Barker was born in the United States of America, in 1970. She is 51 years old.
Kim Barker Height
Barker is 5 ft 7 inches/ 1.7 m tall.
Kim Barker Education
She attended Laramie High school for her high school education. Later on, She received a bachelor’s degree in journalism from the University of Northwestern.
Kim Barker Family
Barker Kim by her loving and caring parents in the United States of America reviews information recording her family members and siblings are ongoing and will be updated as soon as possible.
Kim Barker Husband
Baker has kept off her details in private concerning her marital status. Though, research information regarding her love life is in progress and will be soon updated.
Kim Barker Salary
Kim Barker receives an annual salary of $69,926. This is according to New York anchors/reporters’ salaries.
Kim Barker Net worth
Barker has an estimated net worth of $3 million – $5 million U.S dollars.
Kim Barker Career
Kim has been serving since Jul 2014 for The New York Times as a reporter. She was a member of the metro desk and work with the investigation team. Before joining Times, Barker produces investigative journalism in the public interest non-profit newsroom called ProPublica and served from Jun 2010 until Jun 2014 as an independent reporter.
In addition, She served from Mar 1993 to Dec 1994 for The Times of Northwest Indiana as a reporter. where Kim covered Lake County and the town of Merrillville. Kim Barker also served from Sep 1992 to Feb 1993 for BNA as a California reporter. While there, She helped on healthcare policy as well as water rights to develop publications.