Elisabeth Rosenthal Biography
Elisabeth Rosenthal works as editor-in-chief since joining back in September 2016 at Kaiser Health News. She worked as a reporter at New York Times previously. However, Rosenthal is a writer and she authored the 2017 book christened An American Sickness.
Elisabeth Rosenthal Age
Rosenthal was born on April 29, 1956, in New York City, New York, United States of America. She is 65 years old as of 2021.
Elisabeth Rosenthal Height
Rosenthal stands at a height of 5 ft 5 in/1.65m tall.
Elisabeth Rosenthal Family
Rosenthal’s parents are Dr. Martin Rosenthal works at Mount Sinai Hospital located in New York as a hematologist. And Elaine Rosenthal works as a fashion consultant as a freelance, before she worked for the New York Times.
Elisabeth Rosenthal Husband
Rosenthal is blissfully married to her handsome husband Erik Peter Eckholm.
Elisabeth Rosenthal Children
Rosenthal has kept details on whether she has kids or not hidden away from the public.
Elisabeth Rosenthal Education
Rosenthal received a Bachelor of Arts Degree in History and Biology at Stanford University. She graduated as a Marshall Scholar with a Master’s Degree of Arts in English from the University of Cambridge. Also, from Harvard Medical School, Rosenthal received a Doctor of Medicine Degree.
Elisabeth Rosenthal Salary
Rosenthal annually earns a salary of $88,447, according to Kaiser Health News editor’s salaries.
Elisabeth Rosenthal Net Worth
Rosenthal has an estimated net worth of $826,337.
Elisabeth Rosenthal Career
Rosenthal works as editor-in-chief since joining back in September 2016 at Kaiser Health News. Previously, she worked as a reporter at New York Times, Rosenthal also worked here for six years as a Beijing correspondent. He also worked for New York Times in Rome as the European environment and health correspondent.
In addition, she worked for the newspaper as the global environmental correspondent after moving to New York. Rosenthal covered the Affordable Care Act back in 2012 and adding into the bargain she is a writer and she authored the 2017 book christened An American Sickness.