Megan Twohey is a famous Journalist and Author in America who presently serves as an Investigative Reporter at TheNe w York Times in Greater New York City. She officially joined The Times in Feb 2016. Prior to New York, she served as a reporter at Thomson Reuters new york for 4 years and 1 month. Additionally, she is the co-author of she said and a 2014 finalist for the Pulitzer Prize.
Megan Twohey Age
Megan Twohey was born in Evanston, Illinois in the United States of America. She is around 45 years old although her date and year of birth remain undisclosed to the public.
Megan Twohey Height
Megan stands at a moderate height of 5 feet 6 inches (Approximately 1.71 meters).
Megan Twohey Family
Twohey was born to American parents and grew up in Evanston, Illinois in the United States of America. Her dad is John Twohey who labored as an editor for the Chicago Tribune prior to that, he operated at Washington Post as design director for 5 years.
Her mum is Mary Jane Twohey who served as a news producer at WETA-TV in Washington, DC. Before that Mary labored as a media relations manager and spokesperson for Northwestern University in Evanston, Illinois. Twohey holds a white ethnicity and holds an American Nationality.
Megan Twohey Husband
Twohey is married to her gorgeous husband Jim Rutman. He works as a literary agent at the Sterling Lord Literristic. The couple exchanged wedding vows on Jun 12, 2016. The duo is married for more than 4 years and they are blessed with a daughter called Mira Twohey Rutman who was born in 2017.
Megan Twohey Education
Twohey obtained her high school diploma from Evanston Township High School. She later matriculated at Georgetown University and graduated with her bachelor’s degree in 1998.
Megan Twohey Salary
She pockets an annual salary of $78,678 and this is according to The New York Times anchors’/reporters’ salaries.
Megan Twohey’s Net Worth
Twohey has an estimated net worth of $5 million US dollars.
Megan Twohey Career
Twohey has presently worked as an Investigative Reporter at The New York Times since Feb 2016. She investigated Donald Tramp’s story on the treatment of women, his history of paying taxes, and his business relationship with Russia. She won the Pulitzer Prize for her public service in 2018.
Prior to that, she served as a reporter at Thomson Reuters in new york for a period of more than 4 years. Earlier, she joined Chicago Tribune in Jul 2007 and worked as a reporter until her contract termination in Feb 2012.
Her career life began as an intern at The Washington Monthly as an Editorial Intern serving for one year. She afterward moved to the National Journal where she held the position of a reporter at the station for 2 years.
Further, she spent a year serving at the Moscow Times as a reporter between 2001 and 2002. She afterward resigned from Moscow and moved to Milwaukee Journal Sentinel and served as a reporter for the station for a period of 4 years.