Trudy Rubin Biography
Trudy Rubin is an American journalist presently working for The Philadelphia Inquirer as the foreign affairs columnist. She is an active member of The Inquirer’s editorial board. Trudy’s column runs frequently in several newspapers around the USA. Her columns on global issues made her a finalist for the Overseas Press Club commentary prize the Pulitzer Prize in a commentary in 2017.
Trudy Rubin Age
Trudy Rubin was born in the United States of America. Trudy may be in her late 60s from her appearance, although she has not shared her exact date of birth.
Trudy Rubin Height
Trudy is a woman of medium stature and stands at a height of 5 feet 4 inches ( Approx 1.6m).
Trudy Rubin Family
Trudy Rubin was born in the United States of America to her staunch father and mother. Though she is a well-known journalist, she has managed to keep a low profile in regard to her parents and siblings.
Trudy Rubin Education
Trudy attended Smith College where she attained her bachelor of arts degree in Government, Economics. Prior to that, she attained M.Sc.(Econ) Political Sociology from The London School of Economics and Political Science.
Trudy Rubin Husband
Trudy married her late husband named Paul Hogan. He passed on following a courageous two-and-a-half-year battle with esophageal cancer in November 2015.
Trudy Rubin Salary
She bags an ample salary of $97,165 per year. This is according to The Philadelphia Inquirer foreign affairs columnists’ salaries
Trudy Rubin’s Net Worth
Trudy Rubin has piled up a decent fortune from his successful career and has an estimated net worth of $3 million.
Trudy Rubin Career
At the moment, she works for The Philadelphia Inquirer as a foreign affairs columnist. She is an active member of The Inquirer’s editorial board. Trudy’s column runs frequently in several newspapers around the USA. Her columns on global issues made her a finalist for the Overseas Press Club commentary prize the Pulitzer Prize in a commentary in 2017.
She was a Pulitzer finalist for her columns on the Palestinians and Israel in 2001. In 2008, she was honored with the Edward Weintal prize for her international reporting. In 2010, Trudy attained the Arthur Ross Award for distinguished analysis of foreign affairs from the American Academy of Diplomacy. She has authored and published a book titled Willful Blindness: The Bush Administration and Iraq.
Before joining The Inquirer in December of 1983, she worked for The Christian Science Monitor as a Middle East correspondent where she covered Israel as well as the Arab world. Prior to that, Trudy worked for The Monitor as a national correspondent. While there, she covered national political and social issues well as election campaigns. Before, Trudy worked for The Economist of London on American politics as a staff writer.