Matt Zapotosky Biography
Matt Zapotosky is a skilled American journalist currently serving as a reporter at The Washington Post since May 2007. As of now, Matt covers Justice Department. Before his current role, he covered federal law enforcement in the Eastern District of Virginia.
While there, Matt has also covered the police department in Prince George’s County, Maryland. Also, he served as a reporter at Toledo Free Press for four months.
Matt Zapotosky Age
Matt Zapotosky was born in the United States. Nevertheless, Matt’s date and year of birth remain unknown hence his actual age and when he celebrates his birthday remain an enigma.
Matt Zapotosky’s Height
Matt stands at an average height of 5 feet 10 inches (approx. 1.77 m).
Matt Zapotosky Family
Matt was brought up in the United States of America under the loving care of his caring and supportive parents, whose names are still under thorough review.
Matt Zapotosky Wife
Despite being a famous media personality, Matt has managed to keep his relationship status under the radar. Nevertheless, we shall keep you updated on the matter as soon as we obtain relevant and trustworthy information regarding the matter at hand.
Matt Zapotosky Education
After graduating from a local high school, Matt enrolled at Ohio University in 2004 and graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in journalism in 2008.
Matt Zapotosky Salary
She receives a remarkable salary of $86,380 annually. This is according to The Washington Post reporters’ salaries.
Matt Zapotosky Net Worth
Matt Zapotosky has successfully stockpiled a desirable amount of fortune over the years and has an estimated net worth of $1 million.
Matt Zapotosky Career
He is currently serving as a reporter at The Washington Post majorly focusing on the Justice Department. Mat officially joined the network in May 2007 where he served for three years as an intern before he was permanently employed as a reporter.
He majored in law enforcement in South Maryland from April 2008 to June 2009. Prior to his current role, Matt covered federal law enforcement in the Eastern District of Virginia. He started his journalism career in 2004 when he was hired at Toledo Free Press as a reporter. While still a university student, he interned for four months at The Columbus Dispatch.