Mona Charen Bio, Age, Height, Husband, Salary, Net Worth The Bulwark

Mona Charen
Mona Charen

Mona Charen Biography

Mona Charen works at The Bulwark website as a Policy Editor and at the Beg to Differ podcast there as a host. She worked on CNN’s Capital Gang as a weekly panelist till it got canceled prior to. Charen went to Barnard College in 1979 and received her B.A. degree with honors and also went to George Washington Campus Law School and earned a J.D. degree in 1984.

Mona Charen Age

Charen was born on February 25, 1957, in New York City, in the United States. She is 64 years old as of 2021.

Mona Charen Height

Charen stands at an average height of 5 ft 4 in/1.6 m tall.

Mona Charen Education

Charen went to Barnard College in 1979 and received her B.A. degree with honors and also went to George Washington Campus Law School and earned a J.D. degree in 1984.

Mona Charen Family

Charen’s parents are George and Claire (Rosenfeld) Charen. She was raised in Livingston, N Jersey, and is Jewish.

Mona Charen Husband

Charen is a married woman to Robert P. Parker who works as a lawyer in Washington, D.C., They have three kids.

Mona Charen Salary

Charen annually earns a salary is $70,124, according to The Bulwark website correspondents salaries.

Mona Charen Net Worth

Mona has an estimated net worth of $1 million.

Mona Charen Career

Charen works at The Bulwark website as a Policy Editor and at the Beg to Differ podcast there as a host. Before, he worked on CNN’s Capital Gang as a weekly panelist till it got canceled. Charen began working in the White House staff, first as Nancy Reagan’s speechwriter in 1984, then she became an  Associate Director of the Office of Public Liaison.

Charen moved to work in the Public Affairs office helping to craft the President’s communications strategy later on. She left the White House and began working as a speechwriter for the presidential campaign of then-Congressman Jack Kemp.

In 1987, Charen commenced her syndicated column, which got printed out in 150 newspapers and websites in 1986. In 2010, for Excellence in Opinion Journalism, she received the Eric Breindel Award. Charen started her career as an editorial assistant at National Review magazine.

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