Robin Pogrebin Biography
Robin Pogrebin is a well-reputed American journalist presently working as a reporter on the culture desk for The New York Times in New York City, New York. There, she covers major stories in architecture, cultural institutions, and the art world. Furthermore, she co-authored a book titled “The Education of Brett Kavanaugh: An Investigation.”
Robin Pogrebin Age
Robin Pogrebin was born on 17 May 1965, in the United States of America. He is 58 years old.
Robin Pogrebin Height
Robin is 5 feet 8 inches tall (Approx. 1.73 m).
Robin Pogrebin Family
Robin was born to caring and supportive parents in a Jewish family in the United States of America. She is the proud daughter of Bert Pogrebin (father) and Letty Cottin Pogrebin (mother). Letty is a social activist, lecturer, journalist, and author.
Furthermore, her mom is the founding editor of Ms. Magazine and has written 11 books. On the other hand, Bert serves as a management-side labor lawyer. Robin has an identical twin sister called Abigail Pogrebin, who is a journalist, writer as well as a podcast host for Tablet magazine.
Robin Pogrebin Husband
She is blissfully hitched to her wonderful husband called Edward J. Klaris, who is an attorney. The pair tied the knot in a colorful Jewish ceremony in New Paltz, New York in 1993.
Robin Pogrebin Education
She attended Yale University where graduated with a Bachelor of Arts.
Robin Pogrebin Salary
She bags an ample salary of $124, 540 annually. This is in accordance with The New York Times reporters’ salaries.
Robin Pogrebin Net Worth
Robin has over the years garnered quite an impressive fortune from her successful journalism career and has an estimated net worth of $2 million.
Robin Pogrebin Career
At this present moment, as a reporter on the culture desk for The New York Times in New York City, New York since May 1995. There, she covers major stories in architecture, cultural institutions, and the art world. Initially, she worked for the metro desk and covered the media for the city news and business desk at The New York Times.
Prior to that, Robin worked as an associate producer for Peter Jennings’ documentary unit at ABC News. While there, she covered several stories on subjects like Haiti and Bosnia. Before that, Robin worked for three years as a staff reporter at the New York Observer. There, she covered an expansive range of stories such as the restaurant business, city government, and law.
Furthermore, her articles run frequently in the International Herald Tribune. In addition, she has also written freelance pieces for publications such as New York, Vogue, Architectural Digest, as well as Departures.