Jeffrey Goldberg Biography
Jeffrey Goldberg (Jeffrey Mark Goldberg) is a doyen and skilled American On-Air personality currently serving at The Atlantic magazine as the editor-in-chief. Jeffrey is popularly known all over the state for reporting on foreign affairs. Before, Jeffrey worked as a columnist for three years at Bloomberg View.
Jeffrey Goldberg Age
Jeffrey Goldberg was born on 22nd September 1965, in Brooklyn, New York, in the United States. He is 56 years old.
Jeffrey Goldberg Height
Jeffrey is a man of standard stature and stands at a height of 5 feet 8 inches (Approx. 1.72 m).
Jeffrey Goldberg Family
Jeffrey was born in Brooklyn but brought up under the care of her hardworking mum Ellen, and supportive dad Daniel Goldberg in Long Island in New York, in the United States of America.
Jeffrey Goldberg Education
He attended a local High School where he received his High School Diploma. Later on, he joined the University of Pennsylvania. While there, he was appointed as the editor-in-chief of The Daily Pennsylvanian, the University magazine. Nevertheless, Jeffrey did not graduate he left the institution and relocated to Israel where he joined Israeli Defense Forces.
Jeffrey Goldberg Wife
Jeffrey is gladly hitched to his beautiful and caring wife called Pamela Ress Reeves. The lovely couple tied the knot in 1993 and they are blessed with three grown children. The family stays in Washington, D.C.
Jeffrey Goldberg Salary
He receives an ample salary of $99,680 annually. This is in accordance with The Atlantic magazine editor-in-chiefs’ salaries.
Jeffrey Goldberg’s Net Worth
Jeffrey Goldberg has amassed a decent wealth over the years of his work and has an estimated net worth of around $1 Million – $5 Million.
Jeffrey Goldberg Career
Jeffrey kicked off his journalism career in Israel, where he was commissioned at The Jerusalem Post as a columnist. Later, he went back to the United States and was commissioned as a police reporter at The Washington Post. After serving for several years for the station, he left and moved to The Forward, where he worked as the New York bureau chief. He has served as a writer for numerous major magazine networks such as The New York Times Magazine as well as New York Magazine.
In 2000, he joined The New Yorker as a writer, while serving The New Yorker Jeffrey reported on journalism, satire, criticism, fiction, poetry, fiction, and cartoons. In 2007, Jeffrey was convinced by David G. Bradley to write for The Atlantic and officially accepted the offer. He worked at the Bloomberg View as a columnist and was regularly featured on Newsday from 2011 to 2014. He first joined The Atlantic as a reporter and primarily focused on foreign affairs, especially in Africa and the Middle East.