Jeffrey Goldberg Biography
Jeffrey Goldberg is a veteran and gifted American On-Air personality nowadays serving as the editor-in-chief of The Atlantic magazine. Goldberg is famously known all over the state for protecting alien matters. Earlier he worked as a columnist for 3 years at Bloomberg View.
Jeffrey Goldberg Age
Jeffrey Goldberg was born on September 22, 1965, in Brooklyn, New York, in the United States of America. He is 57 years old and memorializes his birthday on September 22 annually.
Jeffrey Goldberg Height
Goldberg is a man of average height. Goldberg stands at a height of 5 feet 8 inches (approximately 1.72 m).
Jeffrey Goldberg Family
He was born in Brooklyn but brought up in Long Island in New York, in the United States of America under the hospitable care of her devoted father Daniel Goldberg, and mother Ellen. Jeffrey owns American nationality despite belonging of Jewish descent.
Jeffrey Goldberg Wife
Jeffrey is happily married to his gorgeous, supportive, and loving wife Pamela Ress Reeves. The couple has been living together since they married in 1993. They are very happy to be sharing their three mature kids. The family of five merrily resides in Washington, D.C.
Jeffrey Goldberg Education
Jeffrey earned his High School Diploma from a local High School and afterward enrolled at the University of Pennsylvania. While there, he was selected as the editor-in-chief of the University magazine called The Daily Pennsylvanian.
While still in Pennsylvania Jeffrey also served at the Hillel kitchen, where his main function was serving lunch to students. Nevertheless, Jeffrey did not graduate he left the institution and relocated to Israel to join Israeli Defense Forces.
Jeffrey Goldberg Salary
Goldberg receives an annual average salary of$99,680. This is according to The Atlantic Magazine anchors\ reporters’ salaries
Jeffrey Goldberg’s Net Worth
Goldberg has an estimated net worth of $1 million and $5 million US dollars,
Jeffrey Goldberg Career
He started his journalism profession in Israel, where he was employed as a columnist at The Jerusalem Post. Jeffrey afterward returned to the United States and was employed at The Washington Post, as a police reporter.
After serving at the station for several years he departed and joined The Forward, where he was employed as the New York bureau chief. He has served as an author for several major magazine networks including The New York Times Magazine and also New York Magazine.
Jeffrey joined The New Yorker as a writer In 2000, while serving The New Yorker Jeffrey shielded journalism, criticism, satire, poetry, fiction, cartoons, and criticism. After David G. Bradley attempted to persuade Jeffrey to Write for The Atlantic for about two years Jeffrey officially accepted the offer in the year 2007.
From 2011 to 2014, Jeffrey served as a columnist at Bloomberg View and was usually featured on Newsday. He first joined The Atlantic as a reporter and mostly concentrated on alien matters, especially in the Middle East and Africa.