Luke Broadwater Biography
Luke Broadwater is a popular American journalist presently serving as a congressional reporter in the Washington bureau of the New York Times. Before joining The New York Times, he worked at The Baltimore Sun for almost a decade, where he covered the Baltimore City Hall and Maryland State House.
Moreover, he was also a senior writer at Patuxent Publishing and a managing editor at B, The Sun’s free daily newspaper. From January 2009 – January 2010, Luke served as the co-founder of Investigative Voice.
Luke Broadwater Age
Luke Broadwater was born on 4th May 1980, in the United States of America. He is 42 years old.
Luke Broadwater Height
Luke is a man of standard stature and stands at a height of 5 feet 9 inches (Approx. 1.75 m).
Luke Broadwater Parents
Luke Broadwater was born and brought up by his father Dennis P. Diehl and his mother in the United States of America. His dad works as a Presbyterian minister and St. Francis of Assisi, Fulton, pastor.
Luke Broadwater Education
He matriculated at the McDonogh School in 1994 and graduated in the year 1998. Later on, Luke joined Ithaca College where he graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in writing in 2002. After college, Luke served at The Howard County Times as a reporter.
Luke Broadwater Wife
He is gladly married to his stunning wife called Jennifer Broadwater who is a fellow reporter. The pair tied the knot at Marikle Chapel of the Annunciation and they were officiated by Auxiliary Bishop Mitchell T. Rozanski. Luke and his lovely wife Jennifer are blessed with a stunning daughter.
Luke Broadwater Salary
He receives a satisfactory salary of $78,657 per year. This is according to New York Times congressional reporters’ salaries.
Luke Broadwater Net Worth
Luke Broadwater has stockpiled a decent wealth over the years he has served and has an estimated net worth of $1 million – $5 million.
Luke Broadwater Career
He currently works in the Washington bureau of the New York Times as a congressional reporter. Before joining The New York Times, he worked at The Baltimore Sun for almost a decade, where he covered the Baltimore City Hall and Maryland State House. He kicked off his career after college serving at The Howard County Times in Columbia, Md. as a reporter from June 2002 – May 2006.
He later served at The Baltimore Examiner in Baltimore, Maryland as a reporter from May 2006 – March 2009. Luke reported on the deactivation of hundreds of speed cameras that were giving drivers faulty tickets.
Additionally, he was part of a team named Pulitzer finalists the year in 2016 for coverage of the unrest following the death of Freddie Gray in police custody. Luke as well won the Education Writers Association Award in 2015 for investigative reporting for reporting on conditions teachers experience in Baltimore schools.