Mark Mazzetti is a journalist and novelist from the United States. He is a New York Times Washington investigative journalist. He joined the station in April 2006 and was a member of the team that won a Pulitzer Prize in 2018 for their coverage on President Trump’s aides and their ties to Russia. Prior to joining the New York Times, he worked as a national security correspondent in the Washington office.
As a novelist, he has published The Way of the Knife, a New York Times best-selling exposé of the C.I.A.’s secret warfare. He also won the Livingston Prize for National Reporting for his work on this report about the CIA’s destruction of interrogation videotapes depicting the torture of Al Qaeda captives in 2007.
Mark Mazzetti Age
Mark Mazzetti was born in Washington, District of Columbia, in the United States on May 13, 1974. He is 48 years old.
Mark Mazzetti Height
Mark is 5 ft 7 in/1.74 m tall.
Mark Mazzetti Family
Mark was born in the United States to hardworking and caring parents in Washington, District of Columbia. He is the son of Princeton residents Jeanne T. Mazzetti and Joseph P. Mazzetti. He has a close relationship with his family, and they have been supportive of his journalism profession.
Mark Mazzetti Wife
On May 28, 2010, Mark married his beautiful wife Lindsay Bertrand Friedman at River Farm in Alexandria. Rev. Robert Maddox Jr. performed the couple’s wedding. Lindsay is a Brown University graduate with a medical degree from New York University and a dental degree from Columbia. She completed her periodontology residency at the Veterans Affairs Medical Center in New York.
Mark Mazzetti Education
Mark graduated from Regis High School in New York City with a high school diploma. He later attended Duke University and earned a bachelor’s degree in Public Policy and History. Oxford University awarded him a master’s degree in history.
Mark Mazzetti Salary
Mark pockets an annual salary of $83,560.
Mark Mazzetti New Worth
Mark’s approximate net worth of $1 million.
Mark Mazzetti Career
Mark is a New York Times Washington investigative correspondent. He joined the station in April 2006 and was a member of the team that won a Pulitzer Prize in 2018 for its coverage on President Trump’s aides and their ties to Russia. From 2004 to 2006, he served as a military affairs journalist for the Los Angeles Times.
He formerly worked as a Pentagon correspondent for US News & World Report, where he covered defense and national security. Furthermore, while traveling with the 1st Marine Expeditionary Force in 2003, Mark spent two months reporting in Baghdad. Furthermore, he got the Livingston Prize for National Reporting in 2007 for his work on this story about the CIA’s destruction of interrogation videotapes depicting the torture of Al Qaeda detainees.
His journalism career began after receiving his master’s degree from Oxford University. He became a journalist for The Economist, covering national politics. In addition, in 2016, he was a member of the team that earned the George Polk Award for an investigation of Navy SEAL activities and a comprehensive assessment of SEAL Team 6.