Jeffrey Goldberg’s Net Worth is estimated around $1-5 million (USD).
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Jeffrey Mark Goldberg is a well-known American journalist and the editor-in-chief of The Atlantic magazine. He was born on September 22, 1965. Prior to becoming publisher, Goldberg was known for his international affairs coverage during his nine years at The Atlantic. He has received several awards and has contributed to the magazine’s cover stories on eleven occasions.
Jeffrey Goldberg’s Net Worth
Jeffrey Goldberg’s net worth is expected to be between $1-5 million by 2020. His main source of income is his work as a journalist. His precise remuneration is still being determined.
Height, Weight & Body Measurement
Jeffrey Goldberg is about 5 feet 8 inches tall. He is around 70 kg in weight. His eyes are dark brown, and he has brown hair.
Facts of Jeffrey Goldberg
|Real Name||Jeffrey Mark Goldberg|
|Nick Name||Jeffrey Goldberg|
|Born||September 22, 1965|
|Age||54 years old (As of 2020)|
|Known For||Editor-in-chief of The Atlantic magazine|
|Birthplace||New York City, New York, U.S.|
|Residence||New York, U.S.|
|Nationality||1. United States
|Height/ Tall||In feet – 5’8″|
|Eye Color||Dark Brown|
|Parents||Father: Daniel Goldberg
|Spouse/ Wife||Pamela Reeves|
|Education||University of Pennsylvania|
|Net Worth||Approx $1 Million – $5 Million USD (As of 2020)|
|Salary||$3,012.75 – $5,021.25|
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|Awards||1. National Magazine Award,
2. Overseas Press Club’s Joe
3. Laurie Dine Award
Jeffrey Goldberg’s Relationship Status
Jeffrey Goldberg has been married to Pamela Reeves since 2020. The couple is currently blessed with three children.
His past dating experience isn’t public knowledge.
Birth, Parents, Siblings & Education
Jeffrey Goldberg was born on September 22, 1965. He was born in Brooklyn, New York, to a Jewish family, the son of Ellen and Daniel Goldberg, whom he describes as “very left-wing.” He is 54 years old as of 2020. His zodiac sign is Capricorn.
He grew up in the Long Island suburb of Malverne, where he recalls being one of the few Jews in a mostly Irish-American neighborhood.
He was the editor-in-chief of The Daily Pennsylvanian at the University of Pennsylvania, where he received his education. He served in the Hillel kitchen at Penn, serving students lunch.
Jeffrey dropped out of college to join the Israeli Defense Forces as a prison guard during the First Intifada at Ktzi’ot Prison, a detention center for detained Palestinians involved in the uprising.
There, he met Rafiq Hijazi, a leader of the Palestine Liberation Organization, a college math teacher, and a devout Muslim from a Gaza Strip refugee camp, whom Goldberg defines as “the only Palestinian I could find in Ketziot who understood the moral basis for Zionism.”
Jeffrey Goldberg is a writer who lives in New York City Jeffrey’s career started when he returned to the United States and began working as a police reporter for The Washington Post.
He worked as a columnist for The Jerusalem Post while in Israel, and then as the New York bureau chief of The Forward, a contributing editor at New York magazine, and a contributing writer at The New York Times Magazine after returning to the United States.
In October of 2000, Goldberg began working for The New Yorker. David G. Bradley recruited him to write for The Atlantic in 2007.
Bradley had tried for nearly two years to persuade Goldberg to join The Atlantic and was finally successful after renting ponies for Goldberg’s children.
Goldberg joined Bloomberg View as a columnist in 2011, and his editorials are syndicated online, often appearing on Newsday and Newsmax.
In 2014, Goldberg stopped writing for Bloomberg. Before becoming editor-in-chief of The Atlantic, Goldberg worked as a journalist for the publication.
He mostly wrote about international affairs, with an emphasis on the Middle East and Africa. Goldberg has been named “the most prominent journalist/blogger on matters related to Israel” by Michael Massing, editor of the Columbia Journalism Review, and “one of the most incisive, respected foreign policy journalists around” by David Rothkopf, CEO, and editor of the FP Group.
Critics also labeled him a neoconservative, a nationalist, a Zionist, and an anti-Israel critic. According to the New York Times, he “shaped” the magazine’s endorsement of Hillary Clinton in the 2016 US presidential election, which was just the third in the magazine’s 160-year history.
Honors & Awards
- National Magazine Award
- Overseas Press Club’s Joe &
- Laurie Dine Award
Quick Facts of Jeffrey Goldberg
- “Prisoners: A Muslim and a Jew Through the Middle East Divide” was called one of the best books of 2006 by the New York Times, Washington Post, and Los Angeles Times.
- “Realization of the humanity of the ‘other’ is at the core of New Yorker magazine reporter Jeffrey Goldberg’s sharply analyzed and beautifully crafted memoir,” the Los Angeles Times reviewer wrote.
- “In the Party of God,” a two-part study of Hezbollah, was published in October 2002 by Goldberg.
- “Editor in Chief, The Atlantic,” reads his Instagram bio.