Kristina O’Neill Biography
Kristina O’Neill is a journalist and editor from the United States. She is currently the editor-in-chief of WSJ Magazine, which is part of Wall Street Journal Weekend in Brooklyn, New York. She is in charge of all editorial material for the luxury lifestyle magazine, which was founded in 2008. She was dubbed “one of America’s most talented editors” by Robert Thomson, former managing editor of The Wall Street Journal.
Her innovative ideas bridge the gap between the glossy magazine and the daily newspaper, expanding the publication’s global reach. Her letters to the editor provide light on the coverage that drives cultural conversations across the United States, and her knowledge has propelled the WSJ’s transformation into a major source of information for fashion, food, beauty, travel, and business news.
Kristina O’Neill Age
Kristina O’Neill was born in the United States in 1976. She is 45 years old.
Kristina O’Neill Height
Kristina stands at a height of 5 ft 5 in/1.65 m tall.
Kristina O’Neill Family
Kristina’s parents adopted her and raised her in the United States. At the present, no information about her parents or siblings is known.
Kristina O’Neill Husband
Kristina is married to an anonymous woman. The pair has a daughter together. They are all from Brooklyn. The identity of Kristina’s spouse and daughter are unknown to the general world.
Kristina O’Neill Education
Kristina went to New York University Gallatin School of Individualized Study after high school and obtained a B.F.A.
Kristina O’Neill Salary
Kristina annually earns a salary of $74,455.
Kristina O’Neill Net Worth
Kristina’s approximate net worth is $1 million.
Kristina O’Neill Career
Kristina is the editor-in-chief of WSJ Magazine, a division of Wall Street Journal Weekend, which she joined in October 2012. Kristina is in charge of all editorial material for the luxury lifestyle magazine, which was founded in 2008. Prior to joining the WSJ, she was executive editor of Harper’s Bazaar, where she supervised brand extension, cooperated with authors and photographers, and was instrumental in the redesign of the magazine.
She has also worked as an editor at New York magazine and Time Out New York. She took over responsibility for all editorial content in the publication, which was nominated for best cover and best photography by the American Society of Magazine Editors in 2016 and 2017.