Margaret Talev Biography
Margaret Talev is a reporter and a news anchor. Currently, she serves at Axios as the Managing Editor of Politics. Talev works as a political analyst at CNN. Her role at Axion networks is to oversee election coverage.
Politics, and Axios’ White House at the same time. She served for Bloomberg News as a White House correspondent before that. Talev’s major role was to cover foreign policy and U.S. politics while there.
Margaret Talev Age
Margaret Talev was born in the United States of America, on June 9, 1972. She is 50 years old as of 2022.
Margaret Talev Height
Margaret stands at a moderate height of 5 ft 5 inches /Approx 1.65 m tall.
Margaret Talev Education
In 1990, Margaret joined the University of Maryland at College Park. And graduated earning a degree in Journalism and political science in 1994.
Margaret Talev Family
Margaret was born to her caring and loving parents in the United States of America. After their wedding, her parents moved from Bulgaria Europe to the USA immediately.
Margaret became the first American generation of her family. She is a native of Bulgaria who speaks both Bulgarian and English. Margaret says that it’s important for her to speak the language as a way of honoring her heritage.
Margaret Talev Husband
In the early 2000s, Margaret met her current husband Ray Locker after she moved to Washington. Ray was serving as a political reporter by then. She and rays were wife and husband soon after.
Margaret still uses her maiden name professionally, however. Ray was a father and a divorcee after their wedding before marrying Margaret. Margaret became Ray’s children’s stepmother. The couple was blessed with two daughters later.
Margaret Talev Salary
She receives an annual salary of $73,275 per year, according to Axios News anchors/reporters’ salaries.
Margaret Talev Net worth
Margaret earns an approximated net worth of $100k – $1 million US dollars.
Margaret Talev Career
In 2007, Margaret reported and covered former USA president Barack Obama his presidential campaign when Obama began. She covered Florida politics, California, and Congress previously.
Margaret has reported for the Los Angeles Times, McClatchy Newspapers, the Sacramento Bee, and the Tampa Tribune also. She was part of a three-member team of the Justice Department.
That exposed the former USA president George W Bush’s administration’s politicization in 2008. Margaret and her team won the Scripps Howard Clapper Memorial Raymond Award as a result of the coverage.
She was part of a reporting team on the crash of Alaska Airlines Flight 261 that covered breaking news also. In 2001, the team’s coverage earned a finalist spot for the Pulitzer.