Tim Craig is a world-renowned American journalist. He currently works as a national correspondent on the America Desk for The Washington Post in Washington, DC. He routinely goes to remote locations to bring the finest and worst of the country to the attention of newspaper Tim Craigreaders. He formerly worked as The Post’s Afghanistan-Pakistan bureau chief. Also, he began working at the newspaper in July 2003. He worked as a reporter for the Baltimore Sun for four years before to joining The Washington Post.
Tim Craig Age
Tim Craig was born in the USA. But, he has managed to hide details on his personal details from public attention.
Tim Craig Height
Tim stands at a height of 5 ft 8 in/1.73m tall.
Tim Craig Family
Tim was born in the United States to a devoted mother and a steadfast father. However, he has not revealed any significant information about his loving parents or whether he has any siblings.
Tim Craig Wife
Despite being a well-known public figure, Tim has managed to keep his marital status private. As a result, we can’t tell if Tim is married, single, dating, or divorced. Nonetheless, our esteemed staff is still monitoring the situation and will inform you as soon as it becomes public.
Tim Craig Education
Tim went to a nearby high school. He enrolled at Gannon University in 1994 and graduated in 1999 with a Bachelor of Arts in English Communications. In addition, he enlisted at Columbia University in 2016 and graduated with a Master of Arts in Journalism in 2017.
Tim Craig Salary
Tim pockets an annual salary of $87,798.
Tim Craig Net Worth
Tim’s estimated net worth is $1 million.
Tim Craig Career
Tim began working for The Washington Post in July 2003. He is currently the national correspondent on the America Desk stationed in Washington, D.C., a position he has held since May 2017. Previously, he was appointed as the newspaper’s Afghanistan-Pakistan bureau head.
From March 2009 through August 2013, he worked as the City Hall Reporter for the District of Columbia. He began his career as a political reporter in Virginia. He held the position for five years and nine months, from July 2003 to March 2009. He formerly worked at the Baltimore Sun before joining The Washington Post. He worked as a reporter for the paper for four years, from June 1999 to May 2003.