Kathleen Kingsbury Biography
Kathleen Kingsbury is a pre-eminent Pulitzer Prize-winning American journalist and editor. She works as The New York Times’s Opinion Editor as of now. Kingsbury worked for Digital as the Boston Globe’s Managing Editor previously.
However, she served as a New York-based staff writer and as a Hong Kong-based correspondent for Time Magazine.
Kathleen Kingsbury Age
Kingsbury was born in Portland, Oregon, in the United States. However, she seems to be around 49 years old.
Kathleen Kingsbury Height
Kingsbury stands at a moderate height of 5 ft 6 in/1.6 m tall.
Kathleen Kingsbury Education
She did her undergraduate service at Georgetown Campus at the Walsh School of Foreign Service. Kingsbury studied at the Columbia Journalism School and earned a graduate degree. While there she had been the recipient of a Pulitzer Traveling Fellowship.
Kathleen Kingsbury Family
She has not shared out details about her parents and siblings to the limelight.
Kathleen Kingsbury Husband
She is a cheerfully hitched journalist however she has not yet disclosed details about her unknown husband.
Kathleen Kingsbury Salary
She annually receives a salary of $81,921, according to The New York Times Opinion Editor’s salaries.
Kathleen Kingsbury Net Worth
She earns an estimated net worth is $1 million US dollars.
Kathleen Kingsbury Career
She worked as a New York-based staff writer and as a Hong Kong-located correspondent for Time Magazine. Kingsbury joined the editorial board of The Boston Globe in 2013.
Kathleen also worked at the Globe’s Sunday supplement section, Ideas as a managing editor and frequent contributor. She joined The New York Times working as a deputy editorial page editor in August 2017.
Kingsbury was titled “as acting Editorial Page Editor through the November election” at The New York Times, replacing James Bennet on June 7, 2020. In January 2021, She was titled Opinion Editor by Publisher A.G Sulzberger.
She also contributed to Time, Reuters, The Daily Beast, BusinessWeek, and Fortune additionally. In 2015 Kingsbury won a Pulitzer Prize due to her Editorial Writing, for a series of articles exposing.
The unfair service conditions facing restaurant workers, such as the real human cost of cheap menu items. The prevalence of wage theft, and the negative financial effects of the American tipping system moreover.