Megan Garber Biography
Megan Garber is a well-reputed American journalist currently working as a Staff Writer for The Atlantic based in Washington, District of Columbia. She joined the station in January 2012 and is well-known for her culture section’s creativity. Prior to joining The Atlantic, she served as an Assistant Editor at Nieman Journalism Lab from 2010 to January 2012.
Megan Garber Age
Megan Garber was born in a city in the United States of America. She is around 35 years old, although details with reference to her date and year of birth remain in the dark.
Megan Garber Height
Megan stands at a height of 5 feet 6 inches tall (Approx 1.71 m).
Megan Garber Family
Megan was born and brought up by her supportive and caring parents in a city in the United States of America. However, Megan is a discretive person and has managed to keep details regarding her family (parents and/or siblings) whereabouts away from public attention.
Megan Garber Husband
She is blissfully hitched to his handsome husband whose name remains a mystery to the public. However, Megan has kept details concerning her husband’s identity and the date they got hitched secretive. We shall update her husband’s details as soon as we get explicit facts.
Megan Garber Education
She matriculated at Princeton University where she attained her bachelor’s degree in English Language and Literature. During her tenure, Megan earned the Princeton-in-Asia fellowship for a year-long work in Can Tho, Vietnam. Later on, Megan attended Columbia University School of Journalism where she graduated with a master’s degree in Journalism in 2007.
Megan Garber Salary
She pockets a desirable salary of $75,630 annually. This is in accordance with The Atlantic staff writers’ salaries.
Megan Garber Net Worth
Megan Garber has attained decent possessions from her victory and skills and has an estimated net worth of $1 Million – $5 Million.
Megan Garber Career
She is currently serving as a staff writer at The Atlantic. She joined the station in January 2012 and is well-known for her culture section’s creativity. In addition, she has written about everything from the history of applause to the future of space travel for the magazine and theatlantic.com. Prior to joining The Atlantic, she served as an Assistant Editor at Nieman Journalism Lab from 2010 to January 2012.
She commenced her journalism career at Columbia Journalism Review in 2007. She served as a staff writer from 2007 to 2010. Megan first served at Columbia Journalism Review through a program that selects two students from Columbia’s graduating Master’s class for a year-long fellowship at the magazine. Moreover, Megan won a Mirror Award due to her excellence in media reporting.