Ellen Barry Biography
Ellen Barry is the New England Bureau Chief for the New York Times in the United States. She was the paper’s Chief International Reporter from 2017 to 2019, and the South Asia Bureau Chief in New Delhi, India, from 2013 to 2017. Ellen was the Moscow Bureau Chief from March 2011 to August 2013.
How old is Ellen Barry? – Age
On April 11, 1971, she was born in Tarrytown, New York. She is 50 years as of 2021.
Where did Ellen Barry go to school? – Education
In 1993, she graduated with a B.A. in English from Yale University, where she also worked as a writer and editor for the Yale Daily News. She was awarded the Wallace Non-Fiction Prize and the Wright Memorial Prize for excellent senior essays at Yale in 1993.
Ellen Barry – Family
She was born and raised in Tarrytown, New York, by her father and mother. She hasn’t revealed anything about her parents or whether she has siblings.
Ellen Barry husband
Keith Wilson is a fantastic husband. Their two adorable children are Alice and June.
What is Barry’s Salary?
Her annual salary is expected to be $71,881.
Barry Net Worth
Her estimated net worth is $779,691.
Ellen Barry Career
She began her career as a journalist in 1993 when she was appointed to the management board of the Yale Daily News. From 1993 until 1995, Ellen served as a staff journalist for The Moscow Times. In 1996, she began her career as a feature writer for the Boston Phoenix. She began working at The Boston Globe in 1999. Ellen was the Los Angeles Times’ Atlanta bureau chief from 2004 to 2006. Ellen began her career as a Metro reporter for the New York Times in January 2007, and she was named the Times’ Moscow correspondent in June 2008.
In 2010, she and her Times colleague Clifford J. Levy were awarded the George Polk Award and the Pulitzer Prize for their reporting on “corruption and abuse of power in Russia” for the “Above the Law” series. Ellen was a Pulitzer Prize nominee for feature writing in 2002, and she also received the American Society of Newspaper Editors Distinguished Writing Award for Non-Deadline Writing. In 2004, Ellen was named a Pulitzer Prize nominee for her beat reporting on mental health.
Barry and her Times colleague Clifford J. Levy received the George Polk Award and the Pulitzer Prize in 2010 for their work for the “Above the Law” series on “corruption and abuse of power in Russia.”
She was a Pulitzer Prize nominee for feature writing in 2002, and she received the American Society of Newspaper Editors Distinguished Writing Award for Non-Deadline Writing.
She was a Pulitzer Prize nominee in 2004 for beat reporting on mental health. She was a Pulitzer Prize contender for feature writing in 2020 for her work on “The Jungle Prince of Delhi.”