Peter Elkind Biography
Peter Elkind is an American investigative journalist presently working in Texas as a Senior Reporter at ProPublica since July 2017. Prior to joining ProPublica, Pater worked at Large at Fortune magazine where spent 19 years serving as an Editor from 1997 to November 2016.
Furthermore, Pater won the 2016 Society of Professional Journalists Award for investigative reporting, the 2016 Loeb finalist, and the 2012 Gerald Loeb Award. Peter also won Henry R. Luce awards from Time Inc. in 2009, 2012, 2015 as well as 2016.
Peter Elkind Age
Peter Elkind was born in Texas in the United States of America. He is around 65 years old, although information in regard to the date and year he was born remains an enigma.
Peter Elkind Height
Peter is a man of standard stature and stands at a height of 5 feet 7 inches (Approx 1.74 m).
Peter Elkind Family
Peter Elkind was born and raised in Texas in the United States of America by his hardworking mother and supportive father. Peter is a reserved person and has kept information regarding his parents and siblings confidential.
Peter Elkind Education
He graduated with a bachelor’s degree in public and International Affairs from Princeton University in 1980. While there, Peter served as Editor in Chief of the Daily Princetonian.
Peter Elkind Wife
Despite being a well-known journalist, Peter has kept his marital status confidential. Nonetheless, there are no previous records concerning him being married, engaged, dating, or single.
Peter Elkind Salary
He earns a decent salary of $57,300 annually. This is according to ProPublica Senior Reporters’ salaries.
Peter Elkind’s Net Worth
Peter Elkind has stockpiled a good wealth over the years and has an estimated net worth that ranges between $1 million – $5 million.
Peter Elkind Career
He currently is working at ProPublica in Texas as a Senior Reporter since July 2017. Peter is responsible for covering government and business issues. Prior to joining ProPublica, Pater worked at Large at Fortune magazine where spent 19 years serving as an Editor from 1997 to November 2016. During his stay at the station, Peter covered “The trouble with Steve Jobs,” “The Incredible half-billion-dollar Azerbaijani Oil Swindle” as well as “The Fall of the House of Grasso.”
Peter debuted his journalism career in September 1983 as an Associate Editor at Texas Monthly. He served at the station for eight years and four months. Moreover, after his contract termination, Perter joined Dallas Observer where he served for over four years as an Editor. Furthermore, Peter has been a guest on numerous TV and radio programs, such as The Today Show, CNN Newsnight, Nightline, and The Charlie Rose Show.