Ashley Parker Biography
Ashley Parker is a prominent American anchor and reporter. She works for The Washington Post as a White House reporter as of now. Parker also works for MSNBC as a senior political analyst.
She used to work for The New York Times from 2011 to 2017 as a Washington-based politics reporter prior. Parker completed her internships with The New York Sun and the Gaithersburg Gazette owned by The Washington Post further.
She also worked at both 34th Street Magazine and The Daily Pennsylvanian, the University. Of Pennsylvania’s independent student newspaper in Philadelphia as a feature editor as well as a writer.
Ashley Parker Age
Parker was born on September 18, 1982, in Bethesda, Maryland, the United States. She is 39 years 0ld as of 2021.
Ashley Parker Height
Parker stands at a height of 5 ft 5 in/1.6m tall.
Ashley Parker Education
In 2001, she finished her high school course at Bethesda’s Walt Whitman High School. In 2005, Parker then attended the University of Pennsylvania she majored. In English (Creative Writing concentration) and Communications. Parker won the Nora Magid Mentorship Prize in writing during her senior year.
Ashley Parker Family
Her parents are Bruce Parker and Betty Parker. Parker’s dad Bruce used to work for f the Environmental Industries Association as the president.
Ashley Parker Husband
Parker is a cheerful hitched woman to Michael Charles Bender. He serves for The Wall Street Journal as a White House reporter. On June 16, 2018, The couple exchanged vows
Ashley Parker Children
Parker and Michael Charles Bender are the round parents of their child called Mazarine Bender. Bender was born in November 2018. She is a stepmother to Bender’s daughter from his previous marriage in addition.
Ashley Parker Salary
Parker receives an annual salary of $86,254, according to Washington Post reporter’s salaries.
Ashley Parker Net Worth
Parker earns an estimated net worth is $1 million.
Ashley Parker Career
She and her husband both work as Washington-based reporters covering the White House. Parker’s spouse Michael Charles Bender works for The Wall Street Journal while she works for The Washington Post.
Parker was among the reporting team at The Washington Post that was awarded the Pulitzer prize. In 2018, National, Reported for their coverage of Russian interference during the 2016 United States elections.
She worked at the Gaithersburg Gazette as an intern after Parker graduated. She reported on local government such as city planning meetings also. Parker worked for The New York Times called Maureen Dowd.
As a researcher for a columnist additionally. She appears on PBS on Washington Week presently. Parker also worked as a writer for The New York Times Magazine.