Sarah Stillman Biography
Sarah Stillman is a skillful American journalist and professor currently working as a writer at the New Yorker. Moreover, she serves as a professor at both Yale University and New York University.
Sarah Stillman Age
Sarah Stillman was born in 1984, in the United States of America. She is 38 years old.
Sarah Stillman Height
Sarah stands at a height of 5 feet 6 inches (approx. 1.67 m).
Sarah Stillman Family
Sarah was brought up under the loving care of her supportive and loving parents whose names are currently under review. Nonetheless, Sarah has not uttered any salient intelligence regarding her dedicated parents or if she has any siblings. As a result, Sarah’s parents’ and siblings’ whereabouts are currently nonexistent.
Sarah Stillman Husband
Despite being a public media personality, Sarah kept personal details including her marital status away from public attention at the moment. Nevertheless, we will update you on the matter as soon as we have collected appropriate and reliable information.
Sarah Stillman Education
She earned her High School Diploma from Georgetown Day School. Later on, Sarah enrolled at Yale University, where she graduated and attained her degree in journalism in 2006. While there, Sarah founded and edited the university’s interdisciplinary feminist journal christened Manifesta. She also joined Oxford University as a Marshall Scholar.
Sarah Stillman Books
Besides serving as a professor and journalist, she is also an author and has published several books including; Soul Searching (2000), All We Can Save (2020), and Little Histories for Little People (2020).
Sarah Stillman Salary
She earns an ample salary of $92,680 annually. This is according to New Yorker writers’ salaries.
Sarah Stillman Net Worth
Sarah Stillman has been able to stockpile a decent amount of wealth over the years of his work and has an estimated net worth of $4 million.
Sarah Stillman Career
She is currently working as a writer at the New Yorker. Moreover, she serves as a professor at both Yale University and New York University. Throughout her journalism career, Sarah has been awarded numerous awards such as the 2012 National Magazine Award for Public Interest, the Hillman Prize for Magazine Journalism, the Michael Kelly Award, the Elie Wiesel Prize in Ethics in 2005 among others.