Linda Wertheimer Bio Age, Height, Husband, Salary, Net worth, NPR
Linda Wertheimer Biography
Linda Wertheimer is an American radio journalist now working at NPR as a senior national correspondent. She is also a former co-host of the NPR national political correspondent and NPR news magazine program All Things Considered. Previously, Linda served in London for the British Broadcasting Corporation and in New York City, United States for WCBS Radio.
Linda Wertheimer Age
Linda was born Linda Cozby in Carlsbad, New Mexico, United States, on March 19, 1943. She is 78 years old.
Linda Wertheimer Height
Wertheimer stands at a moderate height of 5 ft 8 inches/ approx. 1.73 m tall.
Linda Wertheimer Education
She attended and graduated from Wellesley College in Wellesley, Massachusetts in 1965. In 1985, She received her highest alumni honor which is the Distinguished Alumna Achievement Award. Also, Linda holds honorary degrees from Illinois Wesleyan University, Colby College, and Wheaton College.
Linda Wertheimer Family
She was born to her loving and caring parents June and Miller Cozby as Linda Cozby and raised in Carlsbad, New Mexico, United States. Her parents were grocery store operators and owners.
Linda Wertheimer Husband
She is married to her charming husband, Fred Wertheimer. Fred the CEO of Democracy 21 and is the past president of Common Cause, lobbyist, attorney, and activist. The couple in the year 1969 exchanged their vows and tied the knot. However, the duo has not disclosed any details regarding their children and we will update you later.
Linda Wertheimer Salary
Linda receives an annual salary of $143,56. This is according to NPR News anchors/reporters’ salaries.
Linda Wertheimer Net Worth
Wertheimer has an approximated net worth of $5.5 million.
Linda Wertheimer Career
Linda from 1974 to 1989 covered a highly praised and award-winning coverage for NPR of national politics and Congress while serving as a congressional and a national political correspondent. She has also covered major stories including the general elections and state presidential primaries.
Linda has won several awards throughout her career including for her live coverage of the debate in the United States Senate about the Torrijos-Carter Treaties the 1978 award. Also, Linda for excellence in broadcast journalism won the Alfred I. DuPont-Columbia University Silver Baton Award.