Net Worth and Salary

Net Worth and Salary

Director Journalist

Sarah Marshall

Sarah Marshall’s Net Worth is Unavailable.

Sarah Marshall

Sarah Marshall- Biography

Sarah Marshall is a Journalist, Mother, and a Global senior Director of Audience development of Vogue at Conde Nast.

Sarah Marshall’s Net Worth & Salary

Sarah Marshall has made a lot of money in her career by working as a Journalist, Radio Reporter, Visiting, Lecturer, Senior Director, and many other positions. According to sources, information about her net worth is not public. She could also earn money by attending various events.

Sarah Marshall
Sarah Marshall posing for a picture. Source: zimbio

Sarah Marshall Biography

Real Name Sarah Marshall
Birth Date 1980s
Age (as of 2021) 40-50 Years
Birth Place United States
Nationality American
Profession Journalist
Religion Christianity
Sun sign Not Known

Physical Statistics

Height in feet inches – 5’ 7” – in Centimeters – 170 cm
Weight in Kilograms – 60 kg  –  in Pounds –  132 lbs
Hair Color Dark Brown
Eye Color Dark Brown
Body Type Slim





Relationship Status

Marital Status Single
Who is her husband? Not Known

Sarah Marshall’s Bio

Sarah Marshall is a mother, a journalist, and Conde Nast’s Global Senior Director of Audience Development for Vogue. She has previously worked for The Wall Street Journal, BBC,, Johnston Press, and numerous other organizations. In June 2015, she received the One Award from the Dow Jones program.

Sarah Marshall’s Childhood

Sarah Marshall must be in her forties or fifties. She is originally from London, England. Details about her parents or siblings are not prominently displayed. She had a wonderful childhood with her family.

Sarah has completed her high school education but has not disclosed any details about it. In 1996, she enrolled at Universidad del Valle de Mexico to study business.

Later, in 1997, she graduated from University College London with a BSc in Anthropology. She also holds a postgraduate diploma in Broadcast Journalism from the City University of London.

Sarah Marshall’s Professional Career

Sarah has amassed a wealth of theoretical knowledge and has begun her career by putting it to use. She worked as a social enterprise project coordinator for the Bromley by Bow Centre in 2003. After four years, she appeared in Dog Borstal, a BBC show.

She worked as a Broadcast journalist for kmfm and a Multimedia journalist for Kent Messenger Group the same year. She was hired as a Senior Reporter for Johnston Press in 2009. The following year, she worked as a freelance journalist for Fes, Morocco’s new website.

She began working as a Technology Correspondent for in March 2011. The following year, she was promoted to the position of Technology editor and training manager.

She began working as The Wall Street Journal’s Social Media Editor in 2013. After three years, she was hired as an Audience Development Editor, EMEA. She began working as a Visiting Lecturer at City University London in 2015.

She joined Conde Nast in 2017 as Growth editor, Vogue International. In December of the same year, she was working as the Head of Audience Growth for Vogue International.

She was recently hired as their Global Senior Director of Audience Development, Social Media, and Analytics Vogue in March 2021.

Sarah Marshall’s Personal Life

Her personal life is somewhat mysterious because she has been seen with a man. However, there are no reliable sources in the mainstream media that can confirm whether she is married or not. It’s possible she married in the past and is now living alone, focusing solely on her career.

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Quick Facts of Sarah Marshall

  • She speaks English, Arabic, and Spanish.
  • Sarah worked for The Wall Street Journal in Europe, the Middle East, and Africa, and she also trained their EMEA journalists.
  • She is a guest lecturer on the Interactive Journalism MA program.
  • There are 27 Vogue stores worldwide, with a 28th opening soon.
  • She has completed an ONA Poynter Women’s Leadership Academy course.
  • Prior to pursuing a career in journalism, she worked in the charity sector, specializing in social enterprise.
  • She helped organize the news: rewired conference.
  • Sarah is a volunteer director of Hack/Hacks London, an organization dedicated to rethinking the future of news and information.
  • She has 20.8 thousand Twitter followers.