Suzette Hackney Bio, Age, Height, Husband, Salary, Net Worth USA TODAY

Suzette Hackney
Suzette Hackney

Suzette Hackney Biography

Suzette Hackney works at USA TODAY, Indianapolis, Indiana since September 202 as Deputy Editor and National Columnist. Prior to that, she worked at The Indianapolis Star as a Columnist for five years and four months. Also, Hackney appeared as a finalist in the Scripps Howard Walker Stone Award.

Suzette Hackney Age

Hackney has not shared any information about her age, month of birth, and year of birth to the public.

Suzette Hackney Height

Hackney stands at a moderate height of  5 ft 7 in/1.74 m tall.

Suzette Hackney Family

Hackney has managed to keep details on her parents and siblings despite being a public figure.

Suzette Hackney Husband

Hackney has not shared out details about his marital status. It’s not known if she is single married or divorced.

Suzette Hackney Education

Hackney earned a bachelor’s degree in journalism in 1994 from Michigan State University. During her tenure there, she worked for The State News as Editor in Chief. Then Hackney went to Butler University and received her master’s degree in Creative Writing in 2021.

Suzette Hackney Salary

Hackney annually earns a salary is $52,100, according to USA TODAY editor’s salaries.

Suzette Hackney Net Worth

Hackney has an estimated net worth of $1 million.

Suzette Hackney Career

Hackney works at USA TODAY, Indianapolis, Indiana since September 2021, as Deputy Editor and National Columnist. Prior she worked at The Indianapolis Star, as a Columnist, for five years and four months. Before, Hackney worked at The Toledo Blade for over one year as an Editorial writer and columnist.

She also studied emerging technologies in social media, professional branding. And also ways to foster online community relationships from the University of Michigan as a Knight-Wallace Fellow for nine months. Hackney also worked for Detroit Free Press, as a Staff Writer from October 1998 to August 2012.  Her career began with her working for the Philadelphia Inquirer as a reporter in August 1996.

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