Radhika Jones Biography
Radhika Jones is a magazine editor and journalist working for Vanity Fair magazine as editor-in-chief. She replaced retired Graydon Carter after 25 years in the role who retired in 2017. Previously, Jone served at The New York Times of Time as the editorial director as deputy managing editor for the books department, and of The Paris Review as the managing editor. Jones earned a Ph.D. in English and Comparative Literature from the University of Harvard. While at Harvard, She taught courses in literature and writing.
Radhika Jones Age
Radhika Jones was born in New York, New York, United States, on January 23, 1973. Jones is 48 years old.
Radhika Jones Height
Jones is 5 ft 5 inches/ 1.65 m tall.
Radhika Jones Education
Jones earned a Ph.D. in English and Comparative Literature from the University of Harvard. While at Harvard, She taught courses in literature and writing.
Radhika Jones Family
Radhika Jones was born by her parents Marguerite and Robert L Jones in New York. Her father is a guitarist and an American singer and while Jones’s mother is Indian. The duo resides in elope in Paris. She has a sister namely NaNini Robert.
Radhika Jones Husband
She is married to her handsome husband Max Petersen. Max is the owner of architecture firm Design LLC.
Radhika Jones Salary
Radhika Jones receives an annual salary of $500,000. This is according to Vanity Fair magazine anchors/reporters salaries.
Radhika Jones Net worth
Jones has an estimated net worth of $2 million U.S dollars.
Radhika Jones Career
In addition, On 13 November 2017, Jones was appointed by Condé Nast formally of Vanity Fair as editor-in-chief. Radhika began serving as a chief editor on December 11, 2017. According to The Guardian, She the editor of The New Yorker, championed by David Remnick and was nominated for the position.
Jones Radhika began her career as the arts editor of the English-language Moscow Times in Moscow. Before moving to Time as culture editor, She served of The Paris Review as the managing editor. She has also covered the Person of the Year series and the 100 most influential people. Moreover, Jones served as the editorial director of the books department at The New York Times.