Mara Shalhoup Biography
Mara Shalhoup is a prominent American journalist presently serving as the South editor at ProPublica located in Atlanta, Georgia since joining back in December of 2020. Before joining ProPublica, Mara worked as the editor in chief at LA Weekly based in Greater Los Angeles Area from February 2015 to November 2017.
Mara Shalhoup Age
Mara Shalhoup was born in the United States of America. She may be around 40-49 years old, although, she has not disclosed any information regarding her exact birth details.
Mara Shalhoup Height
Mara is a woman of moderate stature and stands at a height of 5 feet 5 inches (Approx 1.65m).
Mara Shalhoup Family
Mara Shalhoup was born to her staunch mother and father in the United States of America. Nevertheless, Mara has not brought to light any salient intelligence regarding her parents or if she has any siblings.
Mara Shalhoup Education
Mara graduated with a Bachelor’s Degree of Arts in Journalism from the University of Georgia as of the year 1998.
Mara Shalhoup Husband
She is gladly hitched to her supportive and caring husband with whom she has not disclosed any conspicuous information. As of now, they together stay in Atlanta, Georgia as a family.
Mara Shalhoup Salary
Mara Shalhoup Net Worth
Mara Shalhoup has amassed an excellent wealth over the years of work and has an estimated net worth that ranges between $1 Million to $5 Million.
Mara Shalhoup Career
Mara was formerly serving as a deputy editor at Atlanta Magazine located in Atlanta, Georgia from January 2018 up to December 2020. At the moment, she serves as the South editor at ProPublica. She moved to ProPublica also based in Atlanta, Georgia back in December of 2020.
Before joining ProPublica, Mara worked as the editor in chief at LA Weekly based in Greater Los Angeles Area from February 2015 to November 2017. Previously, she served for four years as the editor in chief at Chicago Reader also located in Greater Chicago Reader.
Previously, Mara served as an editor in chief at Creative Loafing Atlanta based in Greater Atlanta Area from September 2000 to February 2011. She kicked off her journalism career as a staff writer in September 1998 where she worked for The Telegraph for two years and one month until September 2000.