Laura Sullivan Biography
Laura Sullivan is a prominent American journalist currently working for National Public Radio (NPR) as a correspondent and investigative reporter. Her investigations air frequently on Morning Edition, All Things Considered, and other NPR programs. Laura works for the PBS show Frontline as an on-air correspondent.
She won two Alfred I. DuPont-Columbia University Awards and three Peabody Awards. Laura has also attained over a dozen of other prestigious national awards.
Laura Sullivan Age
Laura Sullivan was born in 1974 in San Francisco, California, United States. She is 48 years old.
Laura Sullivan Height
Laura is a woman of standard stature and stands at the height of 5 feet 7 inches (Approx 1.7m).
Laura Sullivan Family
Laura Sullivan was born to her hardworking father and dedicated mother in 1974 in San Francisco, California, United States. Despite all her publicity, Laura has managed to maintain a low profile with reference to her parents and siblings if she has any.
Laura Sullivan Education
She attained her high school diploma from Lick-Wilmerding High School based in San Francisco, California. Later, she joined and grdauted from the Medill School of Journalism at Northwestern University.
Laura Sullivan Husband
She is a happily married woman. However, Laura has not disclosed more details concerning her husband or whether they have any children remain a mystery.
Laura Sullivan Salary
She earns a decent salary of $67,846 per year. This is according to NPR News investigative correspondents’ salaries.
Laura Sullivan Net Worth
Laura Sullivan has managed to accumulate a lot of wealth over the years she has worked and has an estimated net worth of $1 Million – $5 Million.
Laura Sullivan Career
At the moment, Laura works for National Public Radio (NPR) as a correspondent and investigative reporter since 2004. She covered crime and punishment issues. In 2010, she worked with NPR’s investigation team unit. At the same time, she worked for the PBS television show FRONTLINE as an on-air correspondent. In 2021, her investigations examined the disparity between poor and wealthy hospitals.
Before joining NPR, Laura worked for The Baltimore Sun as a Washington correspondent. While there, Laura covered terrorism, the FBI as well as the Justice Department. Aside from her career as a reporter, she spent one summer cutting trails outside Yosemite National Park, and another one gutting fish in Alaska.