Sarah Mervosh Bio, Age, Height, Husband, Salary, Net Worth New York Times
Sarah Mervosh Biography
Sarah Mervosh is a well-known American anchor and reporter. She presently grinds at The New York Times based in Greater New York City as a Reporter. She has been there since June 2018. She previously worked for The Dallas Morning News for six years as an investigative reporter. She was drawn to stories that gave a voice to the vulnerable.
She joined the News in 2012 and has covered a wide range of topics, including affordable housing, domestic violence, and the courts. Sarah currently covers breaking news and other topics of interest from around the world for The New York Times. She keeps her fans up to date on all breaking news in the United States and around the world. She is a dedicated journalist who adores her job and works tirelessly to achieve her childhood dream of becoming a newswoman.
Sarah Mervosh Age
Sarah Mervosh was born in the United States of America. She hasn’t mentioned details on her exact age details, will soon update this section.
Sarah Mervosh Height
Sarah stands at 5 ft 8 in/1.73m tall.
Sarah Mervosh Education
In 2008, Sara enrolled at the University of Notre Dame, she earned a Bachelor of Arts in journalism from the University in 2012.
Sarah Mervosh Family
Sarah was brought into this world by her loving and caring parents in the United States of America. She was brought up along with her older brother named Brandon Formby.
Sarah Mervosh Husband
Sarah appeared to be more concerned with her professional development than with her personal life at the moment. Nonetheless, she is extremely sensitive about her personal life, particularly her marital status. Despite being a public figure, Sarah has managed to keep her personal life private.
Sarah Mervosh Salary
Sarah annually salary is $66,835.
Sarah Mervosh Net Worth
Sarah has an accumulated net worth of $1 million.
Sarah Mervosh Career
Sara is currently a Reporter for The New York Times based in New York City. She has been there since June 2018. She writes about education, schools, and children. Before she worked for The Dallas Morning News for six years. From August 2012 to May 2018, she worked as a Reporter for 5 years and 10 months.
Also, she worked on investigative reporting between 2017 and 2018, Enterprise reporting between 2016 and 2017, and court reporting between 2014 and 2016. Between 2012 and 2014, she also worked on general assignments and criminal justice reporting. She worked as an intern at The Dallas Morning News for three months, from June to August 2012.
She previously worked as an Intern, on 60 Minutes at CBS News in Greater New York City for three months between June and August 2011. Previously, between May and August 2010, she worked as an intern at The Toledo Blade in the Toledo, Ohio area. She worked as an intern at The Almanac in the Greater Pittsburgh Area from May to July 2009.