Jennifer Senior Biography
Jennifer Senior is a famous American journalist currently serving at The Atlantic as a Staff Writer. Prior to joining The Atlantic, Jennifer served at The New York Times as a contributing editor for five years. She has also been a regular guest on NPR and appeared on Washington Journal with Brian Lamb, Morning Joe, Good Morning America, The Chris Matthews Show tv programs, Anderson Cooper 360, and Today.
Jennifer Senior Age
Jennifer Senior was born in the United States of America. She is around 53 years old although details with regard to her date and year of birth remain unknown.
Jennifer Senior Height
Jennifer is a woman of standard stature and stands at a height of 5 feet 6 inches tall (Approx 1.71 m).
Jennifer Senior Family
Jennifer Senior was born to her hardworking and supportive parents in the United States of America. However, Jennifer is a secretive person and has not brought to light any information with regard to her parents or if she has any siblings.
Jennifer Senior Education
She graduated with her bachelor’s degree from Princeton University in 1991.
Jennifer Senior Husband
Jennifer is gladly hitched to her handsome husband whom she has not disclosed his name. Together, the pair is blessed with an adorable son named Rusty who was born in January. The family stays in Brooklyn, New York.
Jennifer Senior Salary
She earns a satisfactory salary of $52,300 annually. This is in accordance with The Atlantic Staff Writers’ salaries.
Jennifer Senior Net Worth
Jennifer Senior has piled up a fortune over the years of her work and has an estimated net worth ranging from $1 Million to $5 Million.
Jennifer Senior Career
Currently, Jennifer serves at The Atlantic as a Staff Writer. Prior to joining The Atlantic, Jennifer served at The New York Times as a contributing editor for five years. She has also been a regular guest on NPR and appeared on Washington Journal with Brian Lamb, Morning Joe, Good Morning America, The Chris Matthews Show tv programs, Anderson Cooper 360, and Today.
Before, Jennifer worked as a staff writer at New York Magazine for eighteen years. During her tenure, Jennifer covered stories such as politics, social science as well as mental health. He is authorized in The Best American Political Writing four times. Moreover, Jennifer has also won numerous awards such as two Front Page Awards from the Newswomen’s Club of New York and also from the Erikson Prize in Mental Health Media, and also a GLAAD award winner.
Furthermore, Jennifer worked as a speaker at TED’s annual conference and also the Sydney Opera House. After her graduation, she served at The Hill as a staff writer from 1994 to 1997.