Kathryn Jean Lopez Biography
Kathryn Jean Lopez is a well-known American writer and journalist. Presently, she works for National Review as an editor-at-large. At the National Review Institute as a senior fellow, and also as a nationally syndicated columnist.
Jean worked as a government relations intern for three years from 1994 to 1997 at Heritage Foundation on Capitol Hill before. She is known as “K-Lo” and speaks frequently on public life, the dignity of human life, faith, and feminism, among other topics additionally.
Kathryn Jean Lopez Age
Jean Lopez was born in the United States of America on March 22, 1976. She is 46 years old as of 2022.
Kathryn Jean Lopez Height
Jean stands at an average height of 5 ft 5 in/1.69 m tall.
Kathryn Jean Lopez Education
Jean completed her high school course at an all-girls Dominican Academy in New York. Later, she pursued a bachelor’s degree in philosophy and politics graduating. With her degree from The Catholic University of America in Washington.
Kathryn Jean Lopez Family
Jean was raised in the Chelsea section of Manhattan, in the United States of America. But, little is known of her parents and siblings.
Kathryn Jean Lopez Husband
Presently, Jean is single. However, she has not mentioned details on her relationship status.
Kathryn Jean Lopez Salary
Jean receives an annual salary of $70,700.
Kathryn Jean Lopez Net Worth
Jean earns an approximately net worth of $2 Million US dollars.
Kathryn Jean Lopez Career
Jean works for National Review as an editor-at-large, at the National Review Institute as a senior fellow, and also as a nationally syndicated columnist presently. She is often a guest on tv and radio shows including Vatican Radio and Hugh Hewitt’s nationally syndicated program additionally.
Jean worked as a government relations intern for three years from 1994 to 1997 at Heritage Foundation on Capitol Hill before. She has appeared on various stations Oxygen C-SPAN, the Fox News Channel, CNN, and MSNBC further. As an editor, Jean often writes about bioethics, politics, religion, feminism, education, and abortion moreover.
She wrote on family issues, marriage, and anti-abortion from a dogmatic Catholic perspective at NRO. Jean supported the election of Pope Benedict XVI and also supports strong leadership within the Church. Her publications have also appeared in The Washington Times, and The Human Life Review. The National Catholic Register, Our Sunday Visitor. American Outlook, New York Press, The Wall Street Journal, and The Women’s Quarterly.