David Shipley Biography
David Shipley is a well-known American journalist currently working as an executive editor for Bloomberg View. Previous to joining Bloomberg, David was working as a Deputy Editorial Page Editor and Op-Ed Page editor for The New York Times.
David Shipley Age
He was born on 10th June 1963, in Portland, Oregon, in the United States of America. He is 58 years old.
David Shipley Height
David is a man of standard stature and stands at a height of 5 feet 9 inches (Approx 1.75m ).
David Shipley Family
David is a native of Portland, OR, in the United States of America. Despite being a public figure, David has concealed the information regarding the identity of his parents and siblings.
David Shipley Education
David graduated from both Catlin Gabel School as well as Williams College.
David Shipley Wife
In 1993, David got married to Naomi wolf, an American journalist, political consultant, and feminist author. Moreover, David and Naomi share two kids, a daughter, and a son. Nevertheless, the pair divorced in 2005.
David Shipley Salary
He earns a decent salary of $111,377 annually. This is according to Bloomberg senior executive editors’ salaries.
David Shipley Net Worth
David Shipley has stockpiled a decent fortune over the years and has an estimated net worth of $7 million.
David Shipley Career
As of now, David works as the Senior Executive Editor for Bloomberg. While working for Bloomberg, he is responsible for editing Opinion, Bloomberg editorial, and opinion brand featuring commentary from Global thought leaders on political, financial, and economic issues. Moreover, David is also the co-founder of Bloomberg Opinion.
Prior to joining Bloomberg, he worked as the Op-Ed Page Editor and Deputy Editorial Page Editor for the New York Times. Moreover, David was formerly serving for the New York Times as a Senior Editor, Op-Ed page editor as well as National Enterprise Editor. During his career as a writer, he has also served as a Special Assistant and Senior Presidential Speechwriter to the President as well as a White House Staffer during Clinton’s administration between 1995 to 1997.
Before joining Clinton’s administration, he was working as an executive editor for The New Republic. Moreover, David has also worked as a staff editor on the Op-Ed Page for The New York Times. Additionally, he debuted his journalism career while working as an assistant editor for Simon & Schuster.