Jenna Wortham Biography
Jenna Wortham is a well-known American journalist working for The New York Times Magazine as a culture writer since December 2014. She also co-hosts The New York Times podcast Still Processing together with Wesley Morris. Previously, she served at Wired Digital as a culture reporter.
Jenna Wortham Age
Jenna Worthman was born on 4th November 1982, in Alexandria, Virginia, in the United States of America. She is 39 years old.
Jenna Wortham Height
She is a woman of average stature. Jenna stands at a height of 5 feet 5 inches ( Approx1.65 m).
Jenna Wortham Family
Jenna Worthman was born to her caring and loving parents in Alexandria, Virginia, in the United States. As of now, Jenna has not revealed any information in regard to either her parents or whether she has siblings.
After finishing her primary and high school studies, Jenna joined Virginia University in 2000 and later graduated with a B.A. in Medical Anthropology in 2004.
Jenna Wortham Husband
Jenna is a native of New York. However, she likes to keep her private life confidential hence she has not disclosed any information regarding her marital status. It’s therefore not known whether Jenna is married, engaged, dating, or single.
Jenna Wortham Salary
She earns a decent salary of $77,481 per year. This is according to The New York Times Magazine culture writers’ salaries.
Jenna Wortham’s Net Worth
Jenna Wortham has piled up a decent fortune over the years of his work and has an estimated net worth of around $1 million – $5 million.
Jenna Wortham Career
Following her education, she moved to San Francisco, where she served as an intern at both Girlfriend Magazine and San Francisco Magazine and also wrote for SFist, finally becoming a culture and technology reporter for Wired. She joined The New York Times as a business and technology reporter in 2008 prior to joining the Times Magazine in 2014.
Jenna co-hosts The New York Times podcast Still Processing together with Wesley Morris. Jenna and Wesley Morris a New York Times colleague inaugurated a culture podcast titled Still Processing, produced by the Times and podcasting startup Pineapple Street Media in September 2016. The show started to strongly favorable reviews and made year-end “best of” lists at The Huffington Post, IndieWire as well as The Atlantic.
In December 2020, Jenna alongside Kimberly Drew released his book titled Black Futures published by Chris Jackson’s One World imprint at Random House. This book is an anthology of writing, Black art as well as other creative work.