Lizette Alvarez Biography
Lizette Alvarez is a well-known American journalist who currently works as a contributing columnist for the Washington Post. Lizette previously worked for The New York Times for over two decades. She formerly worked for the New York Daily News and The Miami Herald as the Miami bureau head and as a correspondent.
Lizette Alvarez Age
Lizette Alvarez was born in Miami, Florida, in the United States on October 30, 1964. She is 57 years old.
Lizette Alvarez Height
Lizette stands at a height of 5 ft 6 in/1.65 m tall.
Lizette Alvarez Family
Lizette’s parents raised her in Miami, Florida, where she was born and raised. She is an American citizen. She is the Cuban refugee’s daughter. She was raised to oppose oppression and defend liberty.
Lizette Alvarez Husband
Lizette is happily hitched to Don Van Natta Jr., who works for ESPN since January 2012 as an investigative reporter, and the executive producer and host of “Backstory,” an ESPN docuseries. The couple has two daughters.
Lizette Alvarez Education
Lizette attended Florida State University and earned a B.A. in 1986. She afterward attended Northwestern University, where she earned an M.S. in journalism in 1987.
Lizette Alvarez Salary
Lizette earns an annual salary of $79,463.
LizetteAlvarez’sz Net Worth
Lizette’s approximate net worth is $1 million.
Lizette Alvarez Career
She presently works for the Washington Post as a contributing columnist. She formerly worked for the Miami Herald, the New York Daily News, and the New York Times, covering New York, Europe, Congress, military veterans, Florida, and Puerto Rico for 22 years. Lizette was the New York Times’ Miami bureau chief at the time of her most recent assignment.
She was one of nine people that escaped Hurricane Andrew’s damage in August 1992, as they fought out the storm in a small motel, fleeing to another room after the roof of their refuge was ripped off. Her spouse (at the time, her boyfriend) was also a Miami Herald reporter; they were both members of the team that won the 1993 Pulitzer Prize for Public Service for coverage of Hurricane Andrew and its aftermath. She later wrote a firsthand account of the experience.
She worked for The New York Times for over two decades before joining The Washington Post. Lizette has also served as the New York DailNewss’ Miami bureau chief and as a correspondent for The Miami Herald. She has been with the organization for almost two decades, beginning as an assignment writer at desks in New York and serving as the Miami bureau director since 2011. She has worked as the London bureau chief and as a Washington journalist, covering Congress and reporting on Northern Europe. Lizette chose to accept a buyout offer in 2017 as the Times altered its newsroom operations.
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