Jan Crawford Biography
Jan Crawford (Full name: Jan Crawford Greenburg) is an illustrious American television journalist, attorney, and author presently serving as a chief legal correspondent and political correspondent for CBS News. Furthermore, she appears regularly on Face the Nation, CBS Evening News, CBS This Morning, and CBS News Sunday Morning. Jan has covered important stories such as the coverage of the 2012 Presidential Elections.
Formerly, Jan worked as a law and political correspondent for ABC News. Additionally, she is a New York bestselling author of Supreme Conflict: The Inside Story of the Struggle for Control of the United States Supreme Court. Jan is an active member of the New York State Bar Association.
Jan Crawford Age
Jan Crawford was born in 1965 in Baileyton, Alabama, United States of America. She is 57 years old.
Jan Crawford Height
Jan is a woman of moderate stature and stands at the height of 5 feet 6 inches (approx. 1. 65 m).
Jan Crawford Family
Jan Crawford was born to her loving and caring parents in Baileyton, Alabama. Nonetheless, Jan has managed to keep details with reference to his parents and siblings away from the spotlight.
Jan Crawford Education
She joined the Albert P. Brewer High School and graduated with a High School diploma. Later on, she attended the University of Alabama where she graduated in 1979. Furthermore, Jan attended the University of Chicago Law School where she graduated in 1983.
Jan Crawford Husband
She is gladly married hitched to her lovely husband named Douglas N. Greenburg. He is a partner at Latham and Watkins in Washington, D.C. Furthermore, the duo shares 4 adorable kids, Carolyn Greenburg, Louisa Greenburg, Jack Greenburg, and Page Greenburg.
Jan Crawford Salary
She receives a decent salary of $112,532 per year. This is according to CBS News correspondents’ salaries.
Jan Crawford Net Worth
Jan Crawford has piled up a hefty wealth over the years she has served and has an estimated net worth of between $1 Million – $5 Million.
Jan Crawford Career
Currently, she works as a chief legal correspondent and political correspondent for CBS News. Furthermore, she appears regularly on Face the Nation, CBS Evening News, CBS This Morning, and CBS News Sunday Morning. She also contributes to CBSNews.com and CBS News Radio.
Formerly, Jan worked as a law and political correspondent for ABC News. Jan analyzed Supreme Court alongside Jim Lehrer for The NewsHour on PBS. Moreover, Jan covered most of the confirmation hearings and major judicial appointments. She also amassed crucial sources in Congress along the way, Justice Department as well as the White House.
Jan Kicked off her career in 1987 serving at Tribune. She joined the legal affairs beat in the year 1993. Notably, she has been honored for her extensive reports on her exclusive reports on controversial interrogation techniques used for terror suspects as well as the Bush Administration’s legal war on terror.