Monica Drake is an American journalist and novelist who is currently the managing editor of the New York Times. She has worked for the magazine since 2001 and is the first African-American woman on the print masthead. She enjoys traveling, writing, and spending time with her family in her spare time.
Monica Drake Age
Monica Drake was born in Lansing, Michigan, in the United States of America in 1967. She is 55 years old.
Monica Drake Height
Monica stands at a moderate height of 5 ft 5 in/1.65 m tall.
Monica Drake Family
Monica’s diligent and loving parents raised her in Lansing, Michigan, in the United States. She was born in the United States, yet she is of African-American descent.
Monica Drake Husband
Monica is currently married to her attractive and loving spouse Greg Winter and they have a lovely marriage. Greg is a journalist from the United States who currently works for the New York Times as the deputy editor of the International Desk. Since their marriage in 2006, the couple has shared a home. Monica and her family are content in New York City.
Monica Drake Education
Monica graduated from a local high school in Michigan and went on to study at the University of Arizona. She worked hard at the university and was eventually given a Master of Fine Arts in Creative Writing.
Monica Drake Salary
Monica receives an annual salary of $90,320.
Monica Drake’s Net Worth
Monica’s approximate net worth is $4 million.
Monica Drake Career
Hawthorne Books’ Clown Girl made its debut on August 24, 2010. This best-selling novel follows a Clown girl who lives in a seedy area where drugs contribute to the local money.
The book chronicles her hardships as she attempts to live her dream life, but she ends up transforming herself into a “corporate clown,” trapped in a loop of useless, high-paying employment that edges perilously near to prostitution. The book is 308 pages long and has been rated 308 pages.
Hogarth Publishers released The Stud Book on December 31, 2013. Author Monica explains what it means to be a parent in her book. Monica’s writings show that when it comes to newborns, we may learn a lot by thinking about our place in the animal kingdom. Her book has 336 pages and a rating of 4.5 stars.
She is currently the managing editor of the New York Times. Monica began her career at the magazine in 2001 as a copy editor before being assigned to the Culture Desk. Monica was later promoted to senior Travel editor before being promoted to managing editor. In 1998, she also began her internship at the New York Times.