Walter Shapiro Biography
Walter Shapiro works at The New Republic as a Campaign Correspondent. For his work for Politics Daily, he earned himself the Sigma Delta Chi Award, given by the Society of Professional Journalists, as the best 2010 online columnist. Prior, he worked for Esquire as a monthly columnist, for USA Today as a twice-weekly political columnist, and for Salon as the Washington bureau chief.
Walter Shapiro Age
Walter was born in New York, New York, United States. However, he hasnt disclosed information on his exact date and year of birth, research on this is going on and will be updated soon,
Walter Shapiro Height
Walter stands at a moderate height of 5 ft 8 in/1.75 m tall.
Walter Shapiro Family
Walter hasnt shared out details on his parents and siblings with the public, research on this is going on and will be updated soon.
Walter Shapiro Wife
Walter is a married man to Meryl Gordon, who works as a magazine writer. However, he hasnt shared out more details on his lovelife, research on this is being carried on and will be updated soon.
Walter Shapiro Education
Walter completed his high school course at Brien McMahon High School in 1965. Then he received a B.A. in history in 1970 from the University of Michigan, during his tenure there he worked for The Michigan Daily as an editor. Later he began working at USA Today as a political communist in 1995 after completing his college course and at Salon.com in January 2006 as a Washington Bureau Chief.
Walter Shapiro Salary
Walter annually receives a salary of $82,564. This is according to The New Republic Correspondents salaries.
Walter Shapiro Net Worth
Walter has an estimated net worth of $1 million.
Walter Shapiro Career
Walter works in Greater New York City Area for the New Republic as a presidential campaign, he began working here in April 2019 where he also works for Roll Call as a columnist and writes for the Guardian frequently. Apart from his career, he works at Yale since 2013 as a lecturer in political science and at Brennan Center for Justice at NYU as a fellow.
Also, he worked for the Brennan Center website, writing regularly on campaign finance and related issues. He also worked at Yahoo News as a political columnist and at Columbia Journalism as a columnist Review, from 2012 – 2013. He began his career working at USA Today as a political in 1995 and at Salon.com in January 2006 as a Washington Bureau Chief. Before he worked for Esquire as a monthly columnist and for USA Today twice-weekly as a political columnist.