Luke Broadwater Biography
Luke Broadwater works in the Washington bureau of the New York Times as a congressional reporter. Before he worked at The Baltimore Sun, for nearly a decade, Broadwater covered the Maryland State House and Baltimore City Hall. Also, he worked at Patuxent Publishing as a senior editor, at B, The Sun’s free daily newspaper as a managing editor, and from Jan 2009 – Jan 2010, he was the co-founder of Investigative Voice.
Luke Broadwater Age
Broadwater was born on May 4, 1980, in the United States. He is 41 years old.
Luke Broadwater Height
Broadwater stands at a height of 5 ft 8 in/1.75 m tall.
Luke Broadwater Family
Broadwater’s father is known as Dennis P. Diehl. He works as a Presbyterian minister and St. Francis of Assisi, Fulton, pastor. However, Broadwater has not disclosed details on his mother and siblings.
Luke Broadwater Wife
Broadwater is a married man to Jennifer Broadwater, a fellow reporter. They tied the knot at Markle Chapel of the Annunciation where Auxiliary Bishop Mitchell T. Rozanski married them. They have a daughter together.
Luke Broadwater Education
Broadwater completed his high school course at the McDonogh School in 1998. Then he earned a Bachelor’s degree in writing from Ithaca College in 2002. He worked at The Howard County Times as a reporter, after college.
Luke Broadwater Salary
Broadwater annually earns a salary of $78,657, according to New York Times reporters/anchors’ salaries.
Luke Broadwater Net Worth
Broadwater has an estimated net worth of $1 million.
Luke Broadwater Career
Broadwater works in the Washington bureau of the New York Times as a congressional reporter. Before he worked at The Baltimore Sun, for nearly a decade, he covered the Maryland State House and Baltimore City Hall. Also, he worked at Patuxent Publishing as a senior editor, at B, The Sun’s free daily newspaper as a managing editor.
And from Jan 2009 – Jan 2010, Broadwater was the co-founder of Investigative Voice. He began his career working from Jun 2002 – May 2006, at The Howard County Times in Columbia, Md as a reporter, then from May 2006 – Mar 2009, he worked at The Baltimore Examiner in Baltimore, Maryland as a reporter.
Broadwater covered the deactivation of hundreds of speed cameras that were giving drivers inaccurate tickets. And also one of his stories led to the passage of a state constitutional amendment. That directed money back to the state’s public schools from the billions in casino revenue.
And also for reporting on conditions teachers face in Baltimore schools he earned the Education Writers Association Award for investigative reporting in 2015.