Mara Shalhoup Biography
Mara Shalhoup works as the South editor since joining back in December 2020 at ProPublica based in Atlanta, Georgia. Prior to this, she worked for three consecutive years (January 2018 to December 2020), at Atlanta Magazine as a deputy editor.
Mara Shalhoup Age
Shalhoup’s age, year of birth, and date of birth are publically unknown. It’s also not known when she celebrates her birthday.
Mara Shalhoup Height
Shalhoup stands at an average height of 5 ft 5 in/1.65m tall.
Mara Shalhoup Family
Shalhoup has severally thanked her parents for their support during her education and career. However, she has not shared any information regarding her parents and siblings.
Mara Shalhoup Husband
Shalhoup is a married woman, however, she has managed to keep her personal life away from the public. It’s not known if she is married, single, or dating.
Mara Shalhoup Children
Shalhoup has kept a low profile on details of whether she has kids or not, however, research on this is still getting dug up, and as soon as information is available will update this.
Mara Shalhoup Education
Shalhoup received a Bachelor’s Degree of Arts in Journalism in 1998, from the University of Georgia.
Mara Shalhoup Salary
Shalhoup annually earns a salary of $79,006. This is according to ProPublica editor’s salaries.
Mara Shalhoup Net Worth
Shalhoup had an estimated net worth is $1 million.
Mara Shalhoup Career
Shalhoup works as the South editor since joining back in December 2020 at ProPublica based in Atlanta, Georgia. Previously, she worked for three consecutive years (January 2018 to December 2020), at Atlanta Magazine as a deputy editor.
She also worked for two years and ten months(from February 2015 to November 2017) at LA Weekly in Greater Los Angeles Area as the editor-in-chief. She also worked as the editor-in-chief for four years ( from March 2011 to February 2015 ) at Chicago Reader based in Greater Chicago Reader.
For ten years and six months(from September 2000 to February 2011) she worked in Greater Atlanta Area, at Creative Loafing Atlanta as an editor in chief. Her career in journalism commenced in September 1998, she worked for two years and one month, for The Telegraph as a staff writer. Also, she has written a book titled BMF.