Matthew Rosenberg Biography
Matthew Rosenberg is a Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist from the United States. He works for The New York Times as a National Security Correspondent. She began working for the Times in July 2015. He has also been a CNN National Security Analyst since April 2017. He formerly worked as a Foreign Correspondent for The New York Times.
Matthew Rosenberg Age
Matthew Rosenberg was born in New York City, New York, United States on August 2, 1974. He is 47 years old.
Matthew Rosenberg Height
Matthew stands at a height of 5 ft 7 in/1.70 m tall
Matthew Rosenberg Family
Matthew was born in New York City, the United States, to hardworking parents. He is an American citizen. He is secretive, and as a result, information about his family (parents and/or siblings) is unknown.
Matthew Rosenberg Wife
Mathew is married to Katherine Finnerty. Her job title is a senior communications specialist. The pair have been together for a while and has two children, a daughter, and a son. However, there is no precise information available on his family.
Matthew Rosenberg Education
In 1992, Matthew graduated from Clarkstown High School North with a high school diploma. Matthew later enrolled at McGill University, where he earned a bachelor’s degree in 1996.
Matthew Rosenberg Salary
Matthew receives an annual salary of $94,560.
Matthew Rosenberg’s Net Worth
Matthew’s approximate net worth is $1 Million.
Matthew Rosenberg Career
He works for The New York Times as a National Security Correspondent. She began working for the Times in July 2015. Matthew was the key reporter on the investigation that revealed Cambridge Analytica’s practices. He has also been a CNN National Security Analyst since April 2017.
He formerly worked as a Foreign Correspondent for The New York Times. During his four-year reign, he had a strong desire for Afghanistan and Pakistan. Furthermore, he was removed from Afghanistan in 2014 as a result of his reporting. He was a Foreign Correspondent for The Wall Street Journal from 2007 to 2011. He covered Afghanistan and Pakistan, as well as established the WSJ’s first desk in Kabul.
His career began in 1997 when he worked as an Editorial Assistant at George Magazine for a year. Matthew worked as an assistant for The New York Times News. He usually handled phone calls, sorted mail, and changed printer cartridges. In addition, from 1999 to 2007, he worked as a Foreign Correspondent for The Associated Press for eight years.