Sarah Kliff is a famous and talented American journalist. Currently, Kliff serves at New York Times as both the health investigative reporter and also the senior editor at Vox. Com.
Kliff joined the stations in June 2019 and April 2014 respectively. Sarah has also worked at the Washington Post as a reporter. During her leisure time, Kliff treasures spending time with her husband and their baby.
Sarah Kliff Age
Sarah Kliff was born on January 15, 1985, in the United States of America. She is 37 years old and holds her birthday on January 15 every year.
Sarah Kliff Height
Kliff is a woman of average height. She stands at the height of 5 feet 6 inches (approximately 1.67 m).
Sarah Kliff Family
She was born and also brought up in the U.S.A under the loving care of her caring and devoted parents Barry her father and Tina Kliff her mother. Sarah holds American nationality by birth. Kliff was brought up in a family of four together with her twin brother called Stephen Kliff.
Sarah Kliff Husband
She is a wedded lady. She is merrily and contentedly married to her husband whose identity remains inaccessible. The duo has been living together since they married in 2017. The couple is extremely proud to be sharing their precious baby who they welcomed in 2018. The family owns a beagle pet dog called Spencer. The lovely family of three happily rooms in Washington.
Sarah Kliff Education
She earned her High School Diploma from a local high school and thereafter pursued her dream profession at Washington University in St. Louis. She joined the organization in 2003, examined for four years, and finally obtained her Bachelor of Arts Degree in Philosophy.
Sarah Kliff Salary
Kliff receives an annual average salary of$98,690. This is according to New York Time anchors/reporters
Sarah Kliff Net Worth
Sarah has an estimated net worth of $1 million and $5 million.
Sarah Kliff Career
Sarah started her journalism profession in August 2011, in Washington, where she was employed as a reporter at The Washington Post. She served at the station for two years and seven months and afterward joined Vox.com as a Senior editor.
She started her duty as a Senior Editor in April 2014, she even serves at the station to date. Nevertheless, just in June 2019, she was employed at The New York Times as an investigative reporter
Her major part at the station is to protect the American health system and how it functions for patients. Being a journalist, she had a one-on-one interview with President Obama concerning the landmark legislation.
Sarah has partaken in the long battle over the Affordable Care Act. Due to her outstanding reports, her writings have been featured in Politico, The Journal of the American Medical Association, the Washington Post, and Newsweek.