Salena Zito is a famous American journalist. Presently, Salena works at Washington Examiner since 2016 as a reporter and Pittsburgh-based columnist as well as a columnist at the New York Post.
Salena is the writer of her book called The Great Revolt. Zito earlier wrote for the Atlantic and spent the past 11 years at the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review as both a reporter and a columnist reporting national politics.
Salena Zito Age
Salena Zito was born on September 29, 1959, in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, in the United States of America. Zito is 63 years old. She marks her birthday on September 29, annually.
Salena Zito Height
Zito is a woman of average height. She stands at a height of 5 feet 6 inches (Approximately 1.65 m).
Salena Zito Family
She was born to her caring and loving parents on September 29, 1959, in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, her family is half Italian and half Irish descent. As of now, she has not revealed any details concerning her parents or if she has siblings.
Salena Zito Husband
She wedded her husband called Michael who operates as a politician. The couple has two children namely Shannon Venditti and Glenn. The duo is proud grandparents to Eleanora.
Salena Zito Salary
She receives an average annual salary of $ 87,129. This is according to Washington Examiner anchors/reporters’ salaries.
Salena Zito Net Worth
Zito has an estimated net worth of $500K and $5 Million US dollars.
Salena Zito Career
Zito came to the Washington Examiner in 2016 serving as a Pittsburgh-based columnist and reporter as well as a columnist at the New York Post. She is the author of The Great Revolt. She earlier wrote for the Atlantic and spent the past 11 years at the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review as both columnist and a reporter reporting national politics.
Before that, she worked for the Pittsburgh Steelers and carried staff positions for both Democratic and Republican elected officials in Pennsylvania. She has solicited each president and deputy president in the 21st century. During the 2016 election cycle, she interviewed 22 presidential candidates, both Democrats, and Republicans.