Lynn Sweet is a famous American journalist nowadays working for Chicago Sun-Times in Washington, Washington D.C, US. Sweet is also a columnist for The Huffington Post and The Hill and has appeared on MSNBC and CNN as a political analyst. In addition, Lynn has been a regular guest on Charlie Rose and C-SPAN.
Lynn Sweet Age
Lynn Sweet was born on May 15, 1951, in Chicago, Illinois, the U.S. She is 70 years old.
Lynn Sweet Height
She stands at a height of 5 feet 8 inches (approximately 1.73 m).
Lynn Sweet Family
Sweet was born to her caring and sustaining parents in Chicago, Illinois, Us. Nevertheless, information concerning her parents and siblings is not public and we will update you once we have detailed information.
Lynn Sweet Husband
Sweet is merrily married to her handsome husband and the couple has two sons. The couple lives in Chicago. However, exact information about her husband is unavailable and the information will be updated as soon is available.
Lynn Sweet Education
Sweet attended and graduated from the Illinois University at Champaign-Urbana majoring in English. Nevertheless, she repositioned her senior year at the California University at Berkeley and graduated in 1973 with a major in Political Science. Similarly, She has a master’s degree from the University of Northwestern Medill School of Journalism.
Lynn Sweet Salary
Sweet receives an annual salary of $143,650. This is according to Chicago Sun-Times anchors/reporters’ salaries.
Lynn Sweet’s Net Worth
Lynn has an estimated net worth of $12 Million U.S dollars.
Lynn Sweet Career
Sweet is a Washington bureau chief and columnist at the Chicago Sun-Times in Washington. She joined Sun-Times in 1976 and in October 2013, Sweet became the Washington, D.C. bureau chief at the Chicago Sun-Times. Moreover, she started her work at the Sun-Times functioning with “Action Time,” which is the consumer help feature. Afterward, Sweet was promoted to become a general assignment reporter, and first covered Cook County government and the Daley Center courts where Sweet accumulated knowledge of Chicago politics.
In addition, she also serves for The Hill and The Huffington Post as a columnist and has appeared on MSNBC and CNN as a political analyst including being a frequent guest on C-SPAN and Charlie Rose. Sweet was among the winner of the, 50 Top Journalists, of the year which is selected by Washingtonian magazine.