Martha Raddatz is a Chief Global Affairs Correspondent, reporter, news anchor, and journalist working for ABC News. In the program known as ‘This Week with George Stephanopoulos” She is a co-anchor.
Age of Martha Raddatz
Marth was born in Idaho Falls, Idaho, the United States on February 14, 1953. As of 2021, she is 68 years old.
Martha Raddatz Height
Martha is 5 feet 5 inches 1.7 m tall.
Martha Raddatz Family
Martha hasn’t let out information concerning her family, research is ongoing, and will update this information as soon as available.
Martha Raddatz Husband
Ben Braddle Jr was Martha’s first husband he was a journalist and a writer. She then got married from 1991 to 1997 to her second husband Julius Genachowski who was a lawyer and businessman. Martha then walked down the aisle, with her now current husband Tom Gjelten in 1997.
Martha Raddatz Children
Martha has two kids a girl named Greta Bradlee and a boy named Jake Genachowski.
Martha Raddatz Salary
Raddatz’s earns a salary of $100,000 annually. This is according to ABC news salaries to reporters.
Martha Raddatz Net Worth
Marthas net worth is estimated to be $2.5 Million.
Martha Raddatz Career
Martha currently works at ABC News, Before that she worked from 1993 to 1998 as the Pentagon correspondent for National Public Radio (NPR). Raddatz dropped out before completing her degree to work at a local station from the University of Utah.
After some time of working as senior national security, Raddatz was assigned to become ABC’s chief White House correspondent for the George W. Bush administration. Radditz was assigned to her present position as ABC’s Chief Global Affairs correspondent in November 2008. She contributes to The New Republic, reports for World News Tonight and Nightline. For almost twenty years she covered foreign policy. in Danville, Kentucky, Raddatz worked as the moderator of the Vice-Presidential debate between Paul Ryan and Joe Biden at Centre College, on October 11, 2012.
Furthermore, in 2016 at Washington University in St. Louis she worked as a co-moderator alongside Anderson Cooper for the second presidential debate, between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump. Her excellence in journalism enabled her to receive the First Amendment Award in 2012. More to that, she has won an International Urbino Press Award, 4 Emmy Awards, and a Fred Friendly First Amendment Award .