Jonathan Swan is a famous Australian journalist presently serving at Axios as a national political reporter where he provides coverage for both ends of Pennsylvania Avenue in Washington, District of Columbia, since 2016. Previously, he served for The Hill as a national political reporter.
Jonathan Swan Age
Jonathan Swan was born in Australia on August 7, 1985, he is 37 years of age.
Jonathan Swan Height
Swan stands at a moderate height of 5 ft 9 in (Approx. 1.75 m).
Jonathan Swan Family
He was born and raised by his supportive parents named Lee Sutton and Norman Swan in Australia. His father is a television and radio broadcaster, physician, and journalist. His uncle and aunt are also popular Australian journalists. He was brought up together with his sister named Anna, who was badly harmed in an electric bike accident on a 2016 trip to Italy.
Jonathan Swan Wife
Jonathan is happily married to his adorable wife named Betsy Woodruff Swan who serves at MSNBC as a contributor and for Politico as a national political reporter. Jonathan and his wife exchanged their vows on September 14, 2019. Jonathan had his wife are blessed with a beautiful daughter called Esther Jane Swan.
Jonathan Swan Education
He studied at Sydney Grammar School located in Sydney. He relocated to Australia, where in 2010 he joined the field of journalism. Thereafter, Jonathan migrated to the United States and held a yearlong fellowship with the American Political Science Association in 2014 before returning to journalism in 2015 and remaining in the U.S.
Jonathan Swan Salary
Jonathan receives an annual salary of $69,528 and this is according to Axios national political reporters’ salary.
Jonathan Swan’s Net Worth
He has an estimated net worth of $2 million US dollars and his career as a national political reporter at Axios is the primary source of his income.
Jonathan Swan Career
Jonathan Swan is a famous Australian journalist presently serving at Axios as a national political reporter where he provides coverage for both ends of Pennsylvania Avenue in Washington, District of Columbia, since 2016.
Earlier, he served for The Hill as a national political reporter. Jonathan covered the 2016 presidential campaign, concentrating on both the donors and the Republican side and campaign finance.
Afterward prior to the election, Jonathan was named one of its “16 breakout media stars” by Politico of the presidential campaign. Jonathan has also had a lot of lowdowns from internal machinations of Breitbart’s war and inside Cruz’s inner circle on Paul Ryan.
Before relocating to the United States, he served in Canberra as a national political reporter for both Fairfax political and Media correspondent for The Sydney Morning Herald. In 2014, because of his most outstanding young journalist, he was presented with the Wallace Brown Award after being a member of the Herald’s coverage team in the Canberra Press Gallery.
In 2014, he became the Australian selected for the American Political Science Association (APSA) Congressional Fellowship. That implicated going to the United States for a yearlong political fellowship, in which he served on a congressional staff before returning back to political journalism in 2015.