Michael Gerson Bio, Age, Height, Wife, Salary, Net Worth Washington Post
Michael Gerson Biography
Michael Gerson is a known American op-ed columnist. He currently works for The Washington Post. Further, he is a visiting fellow with the Center for Public JusticeMichael and also a Policy Fellow with One Campaign. Prior, he worked at the Council on Foreign Relations as a senior fellow.
Michael Gerson Age
Michael Gerson was born in Belmar, New Jersey, the United States on May 15, 1964. He is 57 years old.
Michael Gerson Height
Michael stands at a height of 5 ft 7 in/1.7m tall.
Michael Gerson Education
Michael attended and graduated from Westminster Christian Academy. Then he studied at Georgetown University for a year before moving to Wheaton College in Illinois where he graduated in 1986.
Michael Gerson Family
Michael was born to his parents in Belmar, New Jersey, United States. He was raised in an Evangelical Christian family in St. Louis, Missouri. His paternal granddad was Jewish. But he hasnt revealed much about his parents and siblings, soon as we have detailed information will update this part.
Michael Gerson Wife
Michael is a married man to Dawn Gerson, his wife Dawn was born in South Korea but was adopted at the age of six by an American family. She was raised in the Midwestern United States. The duo met in high school and began dating each other until they exchanged vows. The couple is blessed with two kids and the family presently stays in Northern Virginia.
Michael Gerson Salary
Michael receives an annual salary of $81,735.
Michael Gerson Net Worth
Michael’s estimated net worth is $2 million.
Michael Gerson Career
Gerson worked as a speechwriter and became the leader of the White House, speechwriting team for the Bush campaign. He left the White House to pursue other writing as well as policy work on June 14, 2006. He was replaced by chief editor William McGurn, the speechwriter of The Wall Street Journal in the White House.
Then he served for Newsweek magazine for some time as a writer. He began working for The Washington Post as a twice-weekly columnist on May 16, 2007. Also, he worked for former US President George W. Bush from 2001 to June 2006 as a chief speechwriter. He also served as a senior policy advisor as well as a member of the White House Iraq Group from 2000 to June 2006. Addittionally, he contributed to writing the inaugural address for the second inauguration of former USA President George W. Bush. He co-hosted a politically conservative-oriented tv talk show together with commentator Amy Holmes in 2018.