Net Worth and Salary

Net Worth and Salary

Journalist

Kimberley Strassel

Kimberley Strassel’s net worth is about $20 million.


Kimberley Strassel

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Kimberley Strassel is a conservative columnist and author from the United States. She serves on the editorial board of the ‘Wall Street Journal.’ Strassel publishes a weekly column, ‘Potomac Watch,’ on Fridays. She received the Bradley Prize in 2014.

What is the net worth of  Kimberley Strassel?

Kimberley Strassel’s net worth is estimated to be around $20 million. She is a well-known journalist and author.

She has not, however, disclosed her annual salary.

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Kimberley Strassel: Bio, Parents,Siblings, & Education

Kimberley A. Strassel was born on July 24, 1972, in Buxton, Oregon, in the United States of America. Her current age is 47 as of 2019.

She is of Caucasian ethnicity and was born to parents Mike Strassel (father) and Annie Strassel (mother).

She grew up in Buxton, Oregon, with her family.

Kimberley attended Banks High School in Banks, Oregon, and graduated in 1990.

In 1994, she received her bachelor’s degree in public and international affairs from Princeton University in Princeton, New Jersey.

Kimberley Strassel: Professional Career

Kimberley Strassel began her career as a news assistant for The Wall Street Journal’s European edition in Brussels, Belgium. She worked as a news assistant from 1994 to 1996.

She was appointed to the Editorial Board in 1996. She worked as a staff writer for The Wall Street Journal Europe in London, United Kingdom, from 1996 to 1999.

After that, in 1999, she relocated to New York. She began covering real estate there.

She then went to work as a staff writer for The Wall Street Journal Europe in London for three years.

Following that, in 2007, she joined the Wall Street Journal and began writing a long-running Potomac Watch column with Paul Gigo.

Kimberley Strassel: Books

Kimberley Strassel co-wrote ‘Leaving Women Behind Modern Families, Outdated Laws’ in 2006, arguing that government regulation stifles market initiatives to provide economic opportunities for women.

She published a book titled ‘The Intimidation Game: How the Left Is Silencing Free Speech’ in June 2016, in which she slammed the left for using campaign finance laws to stifle free speech and free association.

She recently published ‘Resistance (At Any Cost): How Trump Haters are Breaking America’ on October 15, 2019.

Kimberley Strassel: Achievement

Kimberley Strassel received the Bradley Prize in 2014. She shared the $250,000 grand prize with columnist Mr.

Kimberley Strassel: Height and Weight

Her height, weight, and body measurements have not been revealed. Her hair is blonde, and her eyes are blue.

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Quick Facts of Kimberley Strassel

  • Kimberley Strassel began her career as a news assistant for The Wall Street Journal’s European edition in Brussels, Belgium.
  • She worked as a news assistant from 1994 to 1996.