Roger Kimball Bio, Age, Height, Wife, Salary, Net worth, The New Criterion
Roger Kimball Biography
Roger Kimball is a conservative social commentator and American art critic. He published and edited Encounter Books and The New Criterion. Roger became noticed with his book Tenured Radicals titled How Politics Has Corrupted Higher Education in the early 1990s. Currently, Kimball serves as a Visitor of Ralston College on the board of the Manhattan Institute.
Roger Kimball Age
Roger was born in the United States in 1953. He is 69 years old.
Roger Kimball Height
Kimball stands at a moderate height of 5 ft 8 inches/ Approx. 175 m tall.
Roger Kimball Family
Roger was born and raised by his caring and loving parents in the United States. Kimball belongs to the white ethnicity and holds an American nationality. Although, He has not disclosed any information about his father, mother, or sibling. We will update you as soon as we have clear information regarding his family members.
Roger Kimball Wife
Roger is a man who enjoys his career and life. However, he has managed to keep his marital status private away from the limelight. Therefore, it is unknown to the public whether he is single, dating, or married.
Roger Kimball Salary
Roger receives an annual salary of $ 10k to $50k. This is according to The New Criterion anchors’/reporters’ salaries.
Roger Kimball Net worth
Kimball has an approximate net worth of $1 Million – $5 Million.
Roger Kimball Education
Roger attended Cheverus High School, a Jesuit institution in Portland, Maine for his high school education. Later on, Kimball received a B.A. in philosophy and classical Greek from Bennington College. Subsequently, he joined the University of Yale and earned an M.A. in 1978 and an M.Phil. in philosophy in 1982. Presently, Kimball serves the William F. Buckley, Jr. Program as the Chairman.
Roger Kimball Career
He is a conservative social commentator and American art critic. Currently, Kimball serves as a Visitor of Ralston College on the board of the Manhattan Institute. Roger became noticed with his book Tenured Radicals titled How Politics Has Corrupted Higher Education in the early 1990s. He published and edited Encounter Books and The New Criterion.
Additionally, Roger serves at Yale as the Chairman of the William F. Buckley, Jr. Program and has also worked on the Board of Visitors of St. John’s College. Kimball on May 7, 2019, received the Thomas L. Phillips Career Achievement Award from The Fund for American Studies and the Bradley Prize in Washington, D.C.