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Kathleen Kingsbury Biography

Kathleen Kingsbury is an award-winning journalist and editor from the United States who has won the Pulitzer Prize. She’s the Opinion Editor at The New York Times.

How old is Kathleen Kingsbury? – Age

She prefers to keep her personal life private, making it impossible to determine her precise age.

Where did Kathleen Kingsbury go to school? – Education

earned her bachelor’s degree from Georgetown University’s Walsh School of Foreign Service. She received a master’s degree from Columbia Journalism School, where she was a Pulitzer Traveling Fellowship recipient.

Kingsbury – Family

Kathleen Kingsbury was born and raised in Portland, Oregon.

Kingsbury husband

She is a married woman though she hasn’t mentioned her husband and children as well.

Kathleen Kingsbury The New York Times journalist
Kathleen Kingsbury The New York Times journalist

What is Kingsbury Salary?

Her earning are unknown.

Kingsbury Net Worth

Her net worth is under review.

Kathleen Kingsbury Career

As a staff writer in New York and a Hong Kong reporter for Time Magazine, Kingsbury spent time in both cities.

The Boston Globe’s editorial board welcomed Kingsbury into their ranks in 2013.

She was also managing editor of the Globe’s Sunday supplement section, Ideas, and a regular contributor to the section. As a deputy editorial page editor, Kingsbury joined the New York Times in August 2017. She was selected “as acting Editorial Page Editor through the November election” at The New York Times on June 7, 2020, to take over for James Bennet.

In January 2021, she was selected as Opinion Editor by A.G. Sulzberger, the publisher. She’s also written for Time, Reuters, The Daily Beast, BusinessWeek, and Fortune, among others.

Kingsbury won a Pulitzer Prize for Editorial Writing in 2015 for a series of articles detailing the unfair working conditions faced by restaurant workers, including the negative financial effects of the American tipping system, the prevalence of wage theft, and the true human cost of low-cost menu items.

She ordered the spike of a Bret Stephens essay in February 2021, in which he attacked the Times’ sacking of Donald McNeil Jr. The New York Post later published Stephens’ comment.

 

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