Pamela Colloff Biography
Pamela Colloff is an American journalist currently working at ProPublica as a senior reporter. Moreover, she works for The New York Times Magazine as a writer-at-large. Pamela has written numerous award-winning pieces and contributed to The New Yorker. Nonetheless, the majority of Pamela’s work has been featured in Texas Monthly, where she worked as an executive editor.
She kicked off her career in writing at the age of 17 while still in high school. Pamela had a chance to interview Beat poet Allen Ginsberg after he visited her New York City high school.
Pamela Colloff Age
Pamela Colloff was born on 4th February, in Manhattan, United States. However, Pamela has kept a low profile in regard to her exact year of birth.
Pamela Colloff Height
Pamela is a woman of moderate stature and stands at a height of 5 feet 6 inches (Approx 1.68m).
Pamela Colloff Family
Pamela Colloff was born to her mother Margery A. Colloff and her father Roger D. Colloff in Manhattan, United States. Roger D. worked as the general manager and vice president of WCBS-TV in New York City while Margery works as counsel to a certain law firm. Pamela was brought up alongside her brother named David.
Pamela Colloff Education
After her graduation from high school, Pamela attended Brown University in Providence, Rhode Island. where she pursue English literature because the university did not offer a journalism degree.
Pamela Colloff Husband
Pamela is happily hitched to her love of life named Chad Davidson Nichols. The pair dated for nearly a decade before they tied the knot in 2005. The couple shares two adorable children. As of now, Pamela and her family stay in Austin, Texas.
Pamela Colloff Salary
She pockets a decent salary of $76,805 per year. This is according to ProPublica senior reporters’ salaries.
Pamela Colloff Net Worth
Pamela Colloff has piled up a decent fortune over the years and has an estimated net worth ranging between $1 million – $5 million.
Pamela Colloff Career
She completed numerous independent studies focusing on long-form journalism while still a student at Brown. Some of Pamela’s stories were published in a now-defunct college magazine and also fetched by the Associated Press. After college, she moved to Austin, Texas, and sought freelancing opportunities.
Before joining Might magazine and Details, Pamela had a chance to write for a local trade magazine called Texas Highway Patrol. She began to work for Texas Monthly as a staff writer in 1997. She later became an executive editor. As of now, She works at ProPublica as a senior reporter. Moreover, she works for The New York Times Magazine as a writer-at-large.