Susan Page Biography
Susan Page works for USA Today as the Washington Bureau Chief. Susan studied and graduated from Northwestern University’s Medill School of Journalism, during her tenure there, she worked for the Daily Northwestern as the editor-in-chief. Additionally, she schooled at Columbia University and earned herself a master’s degree in Journalism.
Susan Page Age
Susan Page was born in Wichita, Kansas, United States on 12 February 1951. She is 70 years old.
Susan Page Height
Susan stands at a moderate height of 5′ 7”/1.7m tall.
Susan Page Education
Susan studied and graduated from Northwestern University’s Medill School of Journalism, during her tenure there, she worked for the Daily Northwestern as the editor-in-chief. Additionally, she schooled at Columbia University and earned herself a master’s degree in Journalism.
Susan Page Family
Susan is a secretive person, therefore she has managed to keep information on her parents and siblings hidden from the public eye, however, research on this is being pushed onwards and will soon fill out this segment.
Susan Page Husband
Page is a married woman to Carl Leubsdorf, who works for The Dallas Morning News as a syndicated columnist and former Washington Bureau Chief.
Susan Page Kids
Susan has kept under wraps details on whether she has kids or not, however, research on this is going on and will soon update this section.
Susan Page Salary
Page annually earns a salary that ranges between $45,500 – $110,500. This is according to USA Today Bureau Chiefs salaries.
Susan Page Net Worth
Susan has an approximated net worth of $ 10 Million.
Susan Page Career
Susan had two passions from a young age Music and journalism, additionally, in the third grade she studied oboe and she played it through her public school education in orchestras. During her tenure in high school, she worked as the editor-in-chief of her high school yearbook, The Hoofbeats, and also she worked for her high school newspaper, The Stampede as a reporter and editor.
Into the bargain, she has interviewed nine presidents, ten presidential general elections, and also covered six White House administrations. She also at times appears as an analyst on cable news networks and often at The Diane Rehm Show, which was syndicated on National Public Radio. as a guest host. She also has authored and published books, her first book was printed out in 2019, titled The Matriarch: Barbara Bush and the Making of an American Dynasty, a biography of former First Lady Barbara Bush.