Maureen Orth Biography
Maureen Orth (Maureen Ann Orth) is a popular American journalist and author currently working as a special correspondent for Vanity Fair. Maureen is also the inventor of MAO(Marina Orth Foundation). Prior to joining Vanity Fair, she was serving as a columnist for New York Woman.
Maureen Orth Age
Maureen Orth was born on 26th January 1943, in Oakland, California, in the United States of America. She is 79 years old.
Maureen Orth Height
Maureen is a woman of standard stature and stands a height of 5 feet 5 inches ( Approx 1.65m).
Maureen Orth Family
She was born to her loving mother Helen Pierotti, and dedicated father Karl, in Oakland, California, in the United States of America. Maureen was raised alongside her two siblings namely, Christina and Dan. Sadly, her Dan died sometime back.
Maureen Orth Education
Maureen attained her high school diploma from Alameda High School. Moreover, she graduated with a bachelor of arts in political science from the University of California, Berkeley in 1964. In 1969, she also attained an M.A. in Journalism and Documentary Film from UCLA.
Maureen Orth Husband
Before, she was married to her late husband named Tim Russert. Her husband served as the Washington bureau chief for NBC News and the moderator of Meet the Press(1947). Maureen and Timmet exchanged their wedding vows in December 1983. The duo shared a handsome son called Luke who worked for MSNBC and NBC News as a correspondent from 2008 to 2015. Her husband passed on at the age of 58 years after suffering from a heart attack in June 2008.
Maureen Orth Salary
She earns a good salary of $100,000 annually. This is according to Vanity Fair special correspondents’ salaries.
Maureen Orth’s Net Worth
Maureen Orth has accumulated a decent fortune over the years she has worked and has an estimated net worth of $21 Million.
Maureen Orth Career
As of now, Maureen is working for Vanity Fair as a special correspondent. Initially, she moved to Vanity Fair as a staff writer in 1998. Later on, she was given the role of serving as a special correspondent in the year 1993. Before joining Vanity Fair, she was working as a columnist for New York Woman. Moreover, Maureen has also freelanced for New York Times, The Washington Post, and The Wall Street Journal.
Additionally, she has also worked as a senior editor for New York as well as New west magazines. During her career as a journalist, Maureen has also worked for Newsweek where she was the magazine’s first woman writer to cover books, movies, and music. Maureen is also the founder of the Marina Orth Foundation which established an education program that gives emphasis on English, Leadership, and technology in Colombia.