Joshua Green Biography
Joshua Green is an American journalist presently working at Bloomberg Businessweek as the senior national correspondent. He also works for The Boston Globe as a weekly columnist and his columns also appear in The Atlantic. Before that, Joshua served at The Atlantic as a Senior editor for eight years. Moreover, Joshua has authored the best-selling book Devil’s Bargain published in the year 2007, which is about the victorious political partnership between Steve Bannon and Donald Trump.
Joshua Green Age
Joshua Green was born in the year 1972, in Connecticut, in the United States. He is 50 years old.
Joshua Green Height
Joshua is a man of standard stature and stands at the height of 5 feet 7 inches (Approx 1.74 m).
Joshua Green Family
Joshua Green was born to his caring mother and supportive father in Connecticut in the United States. However, Joshua is a reserved person and has kept details concerning his parents and siblings from the spotlight.
Joshua Green Education
After receiving his high school diploma, he attended Connecticut College where he graduated in the year 1994. Later on, he graduated with a Journalism degree from Northwestern University’s Medill School of Journalism in 1998.
Joshua Green Wife
Despite being a popular journalist, Joshua has managed to keep his marital status under wraps. Nevertheless, there is no information in regard to Joshua being single, engaged, or married.
Joshua Green Salary
Joshua Green Net Worth
Joshua Green has stockpiled a good fortune over the years of his work and has an estimated net worth of $1 million- $5 million.
Joshua Green Career
Joshua debuted his journalism career as an editor at the satirical weekly The Onion in the year 1995. Joshua served at the station for five years editing the station’s breaking news and reports. Later, he joined The American Prospect and served as a staff writer from 2000 to 2001. After his contract termination, he joined The Washington Monthly and served as an editor for two years.
Furthermore, in September 2003, he moved to The Atlantic and his work collections range from Best American Political Writing 2009 to The Bob Marley Reader. Joshua left The Atlantic station after spending eight years serving as a Senior editor in July 2011. He joined Bloomberg Businessweek where he works as the senior national correspondent. Moreover, Joshua also wrote an article for the station that was on surveying the feasibility of the announced presidential campaign of the comedian Stephen Colbert in October 2007.