Lisa Friedman is a journalist from the United States. She is currently a climate change and energy reporter for The New York Times. Lisa has been at the Times since June 2017. She joined the network in March 2008 as a Deputy Editor, where she assisted in the management of a staff of 12 reporters covering the business and politics of climate change.
She formerly worked as the Los Angeles Daily News Washington D.C. Bureau Chief from 2003 until 2008. From 1999 until 2003, the journalist worked as the Oakland Tribune/ANG Newspapers’ Washington D.C. Bureau Chief.
From 1996 to 1998, she worked as a reporter for The Bakersfield Californian. From 1994 to 1996, she worked as an intern/reporter for the Las Vegas Review-Journal.
Lisa Friedman Age
Lisa Friedman was born in New Jersey, United States of America in 1972
Lisa Friedman Height
Lisa stands at an average height of 5 ft 4 in/1.6m tall.
Lisa Friedman Family
Lisa was born in 1972 in New Jersey, United States of America to her father and mother. When it comes to her family, she is a bit discreet. She has not mentioned out any details about her parents or siblings.
Lisa Friedman Husband
Lisa is a married lady. Lisa and her husband own a pizzeria and a bakery in Bloomingdale, Washington.
Lisa Friedman Education
Lisa graduated from Pingry High School in 1990. Lisa then went on to study at Columbia University in New York City. In 1994, she earned a Bachelor of Arts in English Language and Literature/Letters. Lisa majored in English with a specialization in Latin American Literature at Columbia University. She enrolled in the University of Maryland in 1998 to pursue her master’s degree in journalism, which she received in 1999.
Lisa Friedman Salary
Lisa receives an annual salary of $70,185.
Lisa Friedman Net Worth
Lisa’s approximate net worth is $2 million.
Lisa Friedman Career
She was 16 years old and desperately wanted a summer job at Sam Goodys in the West Belt Mall. She landed the newspaper job and, sacrificing all chance of being cool, spent the summer writing obituaries rather than hanging out at a record store discovering fantastic new ways to tease her hair.
On the positive side, Lisa got to meet some of the sharpest individuals she’d ever met, acquired withering sarcasm from actual experts, and witnessed some darn excellent journalism in action. Lisa has been addicted since then. Newspapers carried her to Las Vegas, Bakersfield, California, and Washington, D.C., where she began her career as an Oakland Tribune correspondent.
Prior to going to Los Angeles, the journalist worked for Bay Area newspapers. She also worked for the Daily News and several other Southern California newspapers. Lisa discovered ClimateWire, an incredible energy policy daily news outlet, through a series of layoffs. For nine years, the journalist covered foreign concerns. She also traversed the world, writing on communities affected by climate change. This led Lisa to her current position as a New York Times climate change correspondent.