Anne Gearan is a popular American journalist. Nowadays, Gearan is a partner at Finsbury Glover Hering. Anne became famous for her former work for The Washington Post as a White House Correspondent.
Her work was mostly focused on the alien policy as well as national security. Anne was one of the reporters who served on the Hillary Clinton campaign.
Furthermore, she joined other reporters to work on the State Department for The Post before joining the White House team. Anne became part of the paper team in 2012. Before that, Anne served for the Associated Press.
While there, Anne worked as a White House reporter, national security editor, Pentagon correspondent, and chief diplomatic correspondent. In addition, Anne protected the Supreme Court.
Anne Gearan Age
Anne Gearan was born on June 19, 1963, in Pittsford, New York, United States of America. She is 59 years of age.
Anne Gearan Height
Anne is a woman of above-average height. She stands at the height of 5 feet 9 inches ( Approximation of 1.75m).
Anne Gearan Family
She was born in Pittsford, New York, the United States to her parents John Rumsey and his late wife on June 19, 1963. His father is a retired newspaper reporter and editor. Her late stepmother Elizabeth Pine was a State Supreme Court justice wedded to her first husband, the late Richard Pine.
Anne Gearan Husband
She enjoys a happy wedded life with her dearest husband Timothy Gearan. The duo tied in a confidential wedding ceremony that took place in an unknown location. Jointly, Ane and Timothy are gifted with one daughter called Claire Gearan.
Anne Gearan Education
Anne attained her high school diploma from Pittsford Sutherland High School. She attended Allegheny College where she graduated in 1985 with a Bachelor of Arts degree.
Anne Gearan Salary
Gearan receives an annual average salary of $82,378. This is according to The Washington Post anchors’/reporters’ salaries.
Anne Gearan’s Net Worth
Gearan has an estimated net worth of $1 million – $5 million US dollars.
Anne Gearan Career
She started serving for the Associated Press as their Supreme Court reporter in 2000. Afterward, she became the publication’s national security editor and reporter at the same time. As a diplomatic correspondent, she operated with the United States Secretary of State and also journeyed broadly. She dwelled in more than 80 countries on six continents as she reported on the country’s global political matters.
Furthermore, she reported on the policy as well as engagement matters of three American administrations. She mainly founded her work in China, Iraq, Iran, North Korea, Syria, and Russia. Further, she has also reported from Pakistan and Afghanistan. She worked for The Washington Post as a correspondent from Jul 2012 to Mar 2022. She was the publication’s lead correspondent for Hillary Clinton’s campaign.
During the campaigning duration, she often appeared on television shows to give her views on the Clinton campaign. As a retired Post diplomatic correspondent, she protected international politics and topics such as national security, foreign affairs, and U.S. security policy. She also worked as a political reporter.