Adrienne LaFrance Biography
Adrienne LaFrance is a well-known American journalist currently working for The Atlantic as an executive editor. Before joining The Atlantic in the year 2014, Adrienne was working as a national reporter for Digital First Media’s Project Thunderdome.
Adrienne LaFrance Age
Adrienne LaFrance was born in the USA. She is around 40 years old, although the details concerning her exact date, year, and State of birth are currently unknown.
Adrienne LaFrance Height
Adrienne is a woman of moderate stature and possesses a height of 5 feet 6 inches (Approx 1.68m).
Adrienne LaFrance Family
Despite being a popular editor, Adrienne has maintained a low profile in regard to the identity of her parents or if she has any siblings.
Adrienne LaFrance Education
She graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Journalism from Michigan State University in 2004. Moreover, Adrienne attended Boston University where she graduated with a Master of Science degree in Journalism in 2006.
Adrienne LaFrance Husband
Adrienne is a happily hitched woman. Nevertheless, she has undisclosed the name of her husband, even when they got married, or how they met. Additionally, Adrienne has not revealed whether she has any kids or not.
Adrienne LaFrance Salary
She pockets an ample salary of $100,000 annually. This is according to The Atlantic executive editors’ salaries.
Adrienne LaFrance’s Net Worth
Adrienne LaFrance has stockpiled a good wealth over the years and has an approximated net worth of $2 million.
Adrienne LaFrance Career
Adrienne is presently working for The Atlantic Journal as an executive editor since March 2019. Previously, he worked as the Editor of The Atlantic.com for the Atlantic. Nevertheless, Adrienne joined the Atlantic as a staff writer in 2014 where she covered technology, politics, and the media. Moreover, Adrienne’s articles have also appeared in The New York Times, The Awl, The Washington Post, Gawker, and Slate.
Prior to joining the Atlantic, she worked for Project Thunderdome of Digital First Media as a national reporter where she covered investigations and national news. Before joining Digital-first Media, she worked for Nieman Journalism Lab, Harvard University as a reporter. Furthermore, Adrienne was also working as a reporter for Honolulu Civil Beat as well as the City Hall reporter for Washington Bureau.
She joined Hawaii Public Radio in October of 2009 as a Weekend Edition Host. Before joining Hawaii Public Radio, Adrienne worked for the University of Hawaii at Manoa as a journalism instructor. During her career as a journalist, she has also worked as a managing editor for Honululu weekly as well as a news writer for WBUR.