Leigh Ann Caldwell is a popular American political reporter currently serving as a host and writer of The Early 202-morning newsletter for the Washington Post since April 2022. Before that, she served for NBC News located in Washington D.C. as a Capitol Hill correspondent. Previously, she served for CNN as a producer and political writer.
Leanne Ann Caldwell Age
Leigh Ann Caldwell was born on August 15, 1978, in Las Vegas, Nevada, in the United States, she is 44 years of age.
Leigh Ann Caldwell Height
Caldwell stands at an average height of 5 ft 7 in ( approx 1.7m ).
Leigh Ann Caldwell Family
Leigh was born and brought up in Las Vegas, Nevada, in the United States by her supportive parents. She has not disclosed any details about her family matters hence her parents’ and siblings’ whereabouts are not known.
Leigh Ann Caldwell’s Husband
Leigh is happily and contentedly married to her handsome husband named Gregory Jackzko who was born on October 29 in Norristown and is an American physicist and retired chairman of the United States NRC. The lovely duo exchanged their vows in May 2007. The adorable couple is blessed with two kids named Penrose who was born in July 2015 and Ellison who was born in February 2013. Leigh together with her beautiful family lives happily together in Washington, DC.
Leigh Ann Caldwell Education
She joined North Carolina State University and graduated in 2000 with a bachelor of arts degree in Communication and Political Science.
Leigh Ann Caldwell’s Salary
She receives an annual salary of $105,800 and this is according to Washington Post writers’/hosts’ salary.
Leigh Ann Caldwell’s Net Worth
Leigh has an estimated net worth of between $1 million – $5 million US dollars and her career as a host and writer at Washington Post is the primary source of her income.
Leigh Ann Caldwell Career
Leigh Ann Caldwell is a popular American political reporter currently serving as a host and writer of The Early 202-morning newsletter for the Washington Post since April 2022. Before that, she served for NBC News located in Washington D.C. as a Capitol Hill correspondent from 2014 to April 2022 where she provided coverage for both houses of Congress.
She covered also the Supreme Court confirmations for Judge Amy Coney Barrett and Judge Brett Kavanaugh, the efforts of Congress to pass a $1.9 trillion Covid relief package for President Biden, the impeachment trials of ex-President Donald Trump, the election fabrication in North Carolina in 2018, and at the U.S. Capitol the storming of the pro-Trump group, during her stint with NBC.
She was awarded Radio Television Digital News First Amendment Clarity Award, the Joan Shorenstein Barone Award for Excellence, and New York Press Club Award during her career as a journalist. Previously, she served as a producer and political writer for CNN.
Before that, from January 2012 to May 2013 she served for CBS news as a political writer. She served for several stations including Radio Rootz, C-Span, and Pacifica Radio as a political reporter.