Robert Samuels Biography
Robert Samuels is an illustrious American reporter from Washington, D.C currently working as a national political enterprise reporter at The Washington Post. He mainly focuses on the intersection of people, policy, and politics. He travels across the country with the ambition of chronicling how the vibrant political discussion in the nation’s capital affects the daily lives of each American.
Prior to that, he told stories concerning life in the District for The Post’s social issues team. Robert moved to the post in 2011 from Miami Herald where he worked for nearly five years. While at the Herald, Robert covered politics, mayhem, poverty, and murder. He occasionally writes essays on the race for the Post.
Robert Samuels Age
Robert was born in 1984 in the Bronx, United States. He is 38 years old.
Robert Samuels Height
Robert stands at a height of 5 feet 7 inches (Approx 1.7m).
Robert Samuels Family
Robert was brought up in the Bronx. While there, he worked as an editor-in-chief of the school newspaper christened the Daily Northwestern.
Robert Samuels Wife
Despite his publicity, Robert has managed to conceal his marital status from the public eye. As a result, it is difficult to notify whether Robert is married, divorced, single, or dating. However, the review regarding this compartment is ongoing and will enlighten you swiftly once seen in the public eye.
Robert Samuels Education
In 1998, he attended The Bronx High School of Science where he attained his high school diploma in 2002. In the same year, he matriculated at Northwestern University where he graduated with a BSJ in journalism in 2006.
Robert Samuels Salary
He receives a remarkable salary of $68,285 per year. This is according to The Washington Post national political enterprise reporters’ salaries.
Robert Samuels Net Worth
Robert Samuels has been able to gather good wealth from his journalism career and has an estimated net worth of $2 million.
Robert Samuels Career
He is currently working as a national political enterprise reporter at The Washington Post since February 2011. Prior to joining the post, he worked as an Enterprise GA for The Miami Herald from October 2006 to February 2011. Before that, Robert worked as the Editor in Chief for The Daily Northwestern from April 2005 to March 2006.
He has received several honors and awards including the 2020 Peabody Award (team) and the 2020 George Polk Award in Justice Reporting (team). Moreover, Robert was a finalist of the Livingston Award for Young Journalists, Local Reporting in 2013, a finalist in the National Association of Black Journalists Award for Feature Writing in 2018, and a finalist in the Toner Prize for Excellence in National Political Reporting in 2019.