Gina Kolata Biography
Gina Kolata is an American writer and journalist nowadays serving as a reporter at The New York Times in New York, United States of America. She concentrates on science and medicine. Theretofore, she served for Science magazine as a copy editor and wrote for it as a journalist in the news section from 1974.
Gina Kolata Age
Gina Kolata was born on February 25, 1948, in Baltimore, Maryland, United States of America. She is 73 years old.
Gina Kolata Height
She is a woman of above-average height. Gina stands at a height of5 feet 8 inches (approximately 1.73 m).
Gina Kolata Family
She was born to her dear parents and brought up in Baltimore, Maryland, United States of America. Her parents were of Jewish descent Arthur Bari, her father was a diamond setter of Italian heritage while Aaronson, her mother, Ruth Bari was a mathematician
Besides, her father was a veteran WWII Marine Corps and worked in the South Pacific. Gina has two sisters i.e. Judi Bari and Martha Bari. Judi Bari was an Earth First! environmental activist, feminist, and assassination attempt survivor while Dr. Martha Bari is a Hood College art historian.
Gina Kolata Husband
She is married to her beloved husband William G. Kolata. Her husband taught mathematics and worked as the technical director of the non-profit Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics in Philadelphia which is a skilled society for mathematicians. The couple has two fantastic adult kids, Therese and Stefan.
Gina Kolata Education
Kolata studied molecular biology and graduated from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Again, she maintains a master’s degree from the University of Maryland, College Park in mathematics.
Gina Kolata Salary
Kolata receives an annual average salary of $159,500. This is according to New York Times anchors\reporters salaries.
Gina Kolata’s Net Worth
Kolata has an estimated net worth of $2.8 million US dollars.
Gina Kolata Career
She is a New York Times science correspondent at The Times and focuses on science and medicine since Sep 1987. Prior to joining The Times, Gina served for Science magazine from 1973 to 1987. Her career has gained the Pulitzer finalist twice including investigative reporting in 2000 as well as explanatory journalism in 2010.
Besides, Gina has won other writing awards such as the 2010 one from the Silurian Society for a series on the war on cancer. Moreover, The Associated Press Sports Editors for writing regarding the Caster Semenya intersex controversy at the world track championships.
Prior to that, she won other awards such as the American Association of Health Care Journalists. Likewise, she was given the Distinguished Alumnus recognition from the University of Maryland.
Similarly, she joined a science magazine in 1973 as a copy editor. The science magazine is published by the American Association for the Advancement of Science. When she was still there, she wrote for the magazine as a journalist in the news section from 1974. In Sep 1987, she repositioned to The New York Times.
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