Nicholas Lemann Biography
Nicholas Lemann is a journalist presently working at The New Yorker. As a staff writer has written for the Wayward Press magazine columns and also for Washington magazine since 1999. He first served from 1983 to 1999 as a national correspondent at The Atlantic Monthly before that. Lemann served at The Washington Post as a national staff member previously. Furthermore, he won the 1992 PEN Awards.
Nicholas Lemann Age
Lemann was born on August 11, 1954, in New Orleans, Los Angeles, in the United States of America. He is 67 years old as of 2021.
Nicholas Lemann Height
Lemann stands at an average height of 5 ft 7 inches/ 1.74 m tall.
Nicholas Lemann Education
Lemann attended a private school in New Orleans for his high school diploma in 1972. He earned a bachelor’s degree in history and literature from the University of Harvard graduating in 1976 later on. Lemann was The Harvard Crimson president during his schooling time.
Nicholas Lemann Family
Lemann was born to his caring parents Thomas B. Lemann. And Barbara London Lemann in New Orleans, Los Angeles, in the United States. His father serves at Liskow as counsel.
Nicholas Lemann Wife
Lemann got married to his pretty wife Judith Anne Shulevitz on November 7, 1999. The wedding was officiated at the University Club in New York by her mother Rabbi Marion R. Shulevitz. Judith Anne Shulevitz is presently serving for The New York Times as a contributing writer. The duo has two amazing children a son and a daughter.
Nicholas Lemann Salary
Lemann receives an annual salary of $54,890, in accordance with New Yorker anchors/reporters’ salaries.
Nicholas Lemann Net worth
Lemann has an estimated net worth of $2 million U.S dollars.
Nicholas Lemann Career
Lemann began his career in journalism for an alternative weekly as a writer. After graduating from Havard University, he joined as an associate editor at Washington Monthly and later upgraded as a managing editor to the role. Upon Lemann’s contract termination, he moved to Texas Monthly.
And served at first as an associate editor and was later as an executive editor. In addition, Lemann later became The Washington Post a national staff member and then later as a national correspondent at The Atlantic Monthly. He became Columbia University the dean of the Graduate School of Journalism.
Lemann served for two-five years terms as a dean on September 1, 2003. As of now, he serves since 1999 at The New Yorker as a staff writer and for the Wayward Press magazine has written columns.