David Abel Biography
David Abel is a journalist as of now serving as a reporter for The Boston Globe as an environmental. Since joining in 1993, he has been a part of the station’s family. Abel is also a documentary film producer other than his journalism career.
He has released different documentaries including the “Sacred Cod,” this film is all about the collapse of the iconic cod fishery. Abel enjoys traveling, writing, and reading during his free time.
David Abel Age
David Abel was born in a city, in the United States of America. Although, he has not shared his exact age and date of birth with the media.
David Abel Height
He stands at an average height of 5 ft 8 inches/ approx. 1.72 m tall.
David Abel Education
Abel decided to further his studies at the University of Michigan, and later on. He graduated with a degree in political science and philosophy Immediately after he attained his High School Diploma. Abel joined the University of Northwestern, where he earned a master’s degree in journalism later on.
David Abel Family
Abel is a reserved person and has managed to keep his life private regarding. His family members and siblings despite being a popular journalist in the media industry,
David Abel Wife
Abel likes to keep his details private away from the public’s spotlight despite being a public eye. Hence no information concerning his marital status.
David Abel Salary
Abel receives an annual salary of $87,940, according to The Boston Globe anchors/reporters’ salaries.
David Abel’s Net Worth
He earns an approximated net worth of $1 Million – $5 Million.
David Abel Career
Abel serves at The Boston Globe as an environmental reporter presently. He has been a part of the station’s family since officially joining in 199. Abel has covered various major stories including the Boston Marathon bombings.
Which won him the 2014 Pulitzer Prize for Breaking News, the war in the Balkans, national security issues in Washington D.C. Climate change, and poverty in New England, and the terrorism in New York and Boston in his line of duty as the station’s reporter.
He has produced several documentary films including “Sacred Cod”. And is a documentary filmmaker other than his journalism career. Abel has received the Sigma Delta Chi Award, the Ernie Pyle Award. From the Scripps Howard Foundation, and Edward R. Murrow Award due to his unique reporting.