Elisabeth Rosenthal Biography
Elisabeth Rosenthal is a prominent American journalist and physician presently working as editor-in-chief at Kaiser Health News since joining in September of 2016. Before joining Kaiser Health News, she served as a reporter at New York Times. Moreover, Elisabeth is also an author. She has authored the 2017 book titled An American Sickness.
Elisabeth Rosenthal Age
Elisabeth Rosenthal was born on 29th April 1956, in New York City, New York, United States. She is 66 years old.
Elisabeth Rosenthal Height
Elisabeth is a woman of moderate stature and stands at a height of 5 feet 5 inches (Approx 1.65m).
Elisabeth Rosenthal Family
Elisabeth Rosenthal was born to her staunch mother Elaine Rosenthal, and her stalwart father Dr. Martin Rosenthal in New York City, New York, in the United States. Her father served at Mount Sinai Hospital based in New York as a hematologist while her mum worked for the New York Times. As of now, Elisabeth serves as a freelance fashion consultant.
Elisabeth Rosenthal Education
She attended Stanford University where she graduated with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in History and Biology. Moreover, Elisabeth also matriculated at the University of Cambridge where she graduated as a Marshall Scholar with a Master’s Degree of Arts in English. Additionally, she holds a Doctor of Medicine Degree from Harvard Medical School.
Elisabeth Rosenthal Husband
She is gladly hitched to her caring and supportive husband called Erik Peter Eckholm. Moreover, Elisabeth has not disclosed any salient information with reference to the love of her life.
Elisabeth Rosenthal Salary
She earns a decent salary of $88,447 annually. This is according to Kaiser Health News editor-in-chiefs’ salaries.
Elisabeth Rosenthal Net Worth
Elisabeth Rosenthal has managed to accumulate good affluence in her career and has an estimated net worth ranging between $1 million – $5 million.
Elisabeth Rosenthal Career
As of now, she works as editor-in-chief at Kaiser Health News since joining in September of 2016. Before joining Kaiser Health News, she served as a reporter at New York Times. Moreover, Elisabeth is also an author. She has authored the 2017 book titled An American Sickness. She as well served there as a reporter reporting on the health and hospital beat. In 1997, she worked as a Beijing correspondent beginning for six years.
Furthermore, she became the European environment and health correspondent still for The New York Times stationed in Rome. Later, she went back to New York in 2008. During that year, she was hired as the global environmental correspondent for the newspaper. Elisabeth began reporting on the Affordable Care Act back in the year 2012.