Michelle Goldberg Bio, Age, Height, Husband, Salary, Net Worth New York Times
Michelle Goldberg Biography
Michelle Goldberg is a renowned American journalist working as an op-ed columnist at The New York Times newspaper in New York. She started working at The New York Times newspaper in 2007.
Michelle Goldberg Age
Michelle Goldberg was born in Buffalo, New York, the United States on September 23, 1975. She is 46 years old.
Michelle Goldberg Height
Michelle stands at a height of 5 ft 6 in/1.68m tall.
Michelle Goldberg Education
Michelle graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Journalism from the State University of New York at Buffalo. Then she attended and graduated from the University of California Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism with a Master of Science degree in journalism.
Michelle Goldberg Family
Michelle hasn’t revealed details about her parents and siblings to the media, however, soon as we have information at hand will update this part.
Michelle Goldberg Husband
Michelle is happily hitched to Matthew Ipcar. The two have two kids and the family stays in Cobble Hill, Brooklyn, New York.
Michelle Goldberg Children
Michelle Goldberg Salary
Michelle annually receives a salary of $77,235. This is according to The New York Times columnist’s salaries.
Michelle Goldberg Net Worth
Michelle’s approximated net worth is $1 million.
Michelle Goldberg Career
Michelle works as an op-ed columnist at The New York Times newspaper in New York. She began working at The New York Times newspaper in 2007.
In 2018, she was a member of the team that won a Pulitzer Prize for public service. Before, she served at Slate, an online magazine that deals with issues related to politics, technology, news, and culture.
She has also worked at The American Prospect, a daily online and quarterly print American political and public policy magazine that is dedicated to American liberalism as a senior news correspondent.
In the bargain, she has worked for The Daily Beast, an American news publication focused on pop culture, media, and politics. She also worked as a writer at the Salon Newspaper in 2002. She then moved to The Nation newspaper, where she served for almost two years as a senior contributing writer.