Kimberley Strassel Biography
Kimberley Strassel is an eminent author and conservative columnist from America. She serves at the Wall Street Journal as an editorial board member.
Strassel is also a column writer of a weekly column “Potomac Watch” which airs on Fridays since 2007. Additionally, Kimberley from the conservative Bradley Foundation in 2014, received a $250,000 Bradley Prize.
Kimberley Strassel Age
Kimberley was born on July 24, 1972, in Buxton, Oregon, in the United States of America. She is 50 years old.
Kimberley Strassel Height
Kimberley’s moderate height is 5 ft 7 inches (Approx 1.74 m).
Kimberley Strassel Education
She attended and graduated earning his high school diploma from Banks High School graduating in 1990. In 1991, Kimberley later joined the Princeton School of Public and International Affairs.
She graduated with her bachelor’s degree in Internal and Public Affairs after completing a senior thesis, “The Democratization of the Intelligence Apparatus” and Russian Secret Security which was under the supervision of Aaron Friedberg in 1994.
Kimberley Strassel Family
Kimberley was born in Buxton, Oregon, in the United States to her caring and supportive parents Annie and Mike Strassel. Strassel spent her childhood in Buxton, Oregon, and is of Caucasian ethnicity and holds an American nationality.
Kimberley Strassel Husband
Strassel is remarried to another spouse after her first marriage divorce. Kimberley was previously married to Matthew Rose in Buxton, Oregon, on July 15, 2000.
Matthew serves at Wall Street Journal as an enterprise editor after working at he served in Washington D.C. as deputy bureau chief. The couple is proud parents of their three children whose names remain unknown to the public.
Kimberley Strassel Salary
Kimberley’s average salary is $65,600 per year.
Kimberley Strassel Net Worth
Strassel has an approximate net worth of $20 Million.
Kimberley Strassel Career
Her Journalism career started after graduating from Princeton School of International and Public Affairs and joining The Wall Street Journal in Brussels. Kimberley served between 1994 to 1996 t at the European edition as a new assistant.
Strassel in 1994, moved to New York as a real estate editor before becoming an assistant editor. Moreover, in 2005 Kimberley was recognized as a senior writer and a member of the editorial board of The Wall Street Journal.
Kimberley started writing a long-term column for The Wall Street Journal on “Potomac Watch” in 2007. Strassel also wrote for The Wall Street Journal editorial criticizing the “Potomac Watch” column.
Some of her books include Leaving women behind in 2006, ISBN 0-7425-4545-8 along with co-authors Celeste Colgan and John C. Goodman, The Intimidation Game in 2016, and Resistance (At All Costs) in 2019.