Radley Balko Bio, Age, Height, Wife, Salary, Net Worth Washington Post
Radley Balko Biography
Radley Balko is a known American journalist, blogger, author, and also speaker who presently works as an Opinion Columnist for The Washington Post in Nashville. He focuses on the criminal justice system, drugs, and also civil liberties.
Prior, he worked as a senior writer and investigative reporter for the Huffington Post. He also served for Reason magazine as a reporter and senior editor. Apart from that, He co-authored a book titled “The Cadaver King and the Country Dentist: A True Story of Injustice in the American South” along with Tucker Carringtonwriter and he wrote a book titled “Rise of the Warrior Cop: The Militarization of America’s Police Forces”.
Radley Balko Age
Radley Balko was born in the United States on April 19, 1975. He is 46 years old.
Radley Balko Height
Radley’s at a height of 5 ft 9 in/1.75 m tall.
Radley Balko Education
Radley received his Bachelor of Arts in Journalism and Political Science in 1997 from Indiana University Bloomington.
Radley Balko Family
Balko’s family presently resides in Indiana. But he hasn’t mentioned his parents and siblings’ identities, soon as we have information on this will fill out this section.
Radley Balko Wife
Radley is a married man to Liliana Segura who works as a journalist. His wife works as an investigative journalist covering the U.S criminal justice system and focuses majorly on wrongful convictions, harsh sentencing, and the death penalty.
Previously, Liliana worked as an associate editor for Nation Magazine. The pair presently stays in Nashville, Tennessee.
Radley Balko Salary
Radley earns an annual salary of $125,342. The Washington Post opinion columnist’s salaries.
Radley Balko Net Worth
Radley’s estimated net worth is $1.5 million.
Radley Balko Career
Radley works for The Washington Post as an opinion columnist where he blogs about the drug war, civil liberties, as well as criminal justice systems. Before, he worked for The Huffington Post as a senior writer and investigative reporter. Additionally, he also worked at Reason magazine as a senior editor as well as for the Cato Institute as a policy analyst where he specialized in vice and civil liberties matters.
Radley also writes on tobacco, drug policy, alcohol, obesity, civil liberties, and police misconduct. Additionally, he also writes on trade, globalization matters, and in most cases culture and politics. Before, he worked as a biweekly columnist for FOX News from 2002-2009. His work has been published in various papers including TIME magazine, the Los Angeles Times, The Washington Post, The Wall Street Journal, and many more.