Susan Goldberg Biography
Susan Goldberg is a popular American journalist working as editor-in-chief of the National Geographic Magazine since 1988. She is renown as the first woman to edit the magazine since its inception. Susan gained fame while working at Bloomberg and US Today as an editor for Bloomberg’s Washington Post.
Susan Goldberg Birthday and Age
Susan was born in Michigan, in the United States. Details about her birth, including birthdate and sign, are publicly unavailable.
Susan Goldberg Family
Goldberg was born and raised by both parents in Michigan in the United States. Susan hails from a Jewish family. However, she is a secretive person that keeps a low profile on her personal life.
Susan Goldberg Height and Weight
Susan has an above-average height and weight.
Susan Goldberg Marriage
Susan is married to her longtime boyfriend, fiancée, and companion Geoffrey Entire, who works as a real estate lawyer.
Susan Goldberg Education
Susan received her education in the United States of America. After elementary and highs school education, Goldberg obtained her bachelor’s degree in Journalism from Michigan State University. She once dropped out of college to serve as a reporter for Seattle Post-Intelligencer Paper.
Susan Goldberg Career
Susan commenced her career at Detroit Free Press as a reporter, where she covered capital news and covered Governor and legislature. She later moved to San Jose Mercury News as a reporter and covered the Loma Prieto earthquake. In 1989, Goldberg secured employment with USA Today Magazine and worked on several subjects, including news, life, and business enterprises. She was made the papers newspaper depute editor due to her fantastic work as a journalist. In 1999, Susan returned to San Jose Mercury News as the managing editor after the death of her husband. She resigned in 2007 to join The Plain Dealer in Cleveland. She worked at the station for a short while before quitting. Goldberg secured employment with Bloomberg in 2010 as Bloomberg’s Washington Bureau executive editor. In 2013, Susan was the American Society of News Editors president, and she concentrated on developing leaders in journalism. She was also announced the most powerful and influential woman in the Media by the Washingtonian Magazines in 2013. In 2014, Susan secured a job with National Geographic Magazine as an Editor, the position she holds. Goldberg is a member of The Reports Committee for Freedom of Press and the National Museum for the Women in the Arts in Washington.
Susan Goldberg Awards and Recognition
- Exceptional Woman in Publishing Award
- Best News, Politics Choice Award
- Best Cover Readers Choice Award at ASME Cover Contest
- Most Powerful Woman in Media by Washington’s
Susan Goldberg Salary
Susan is one of the highest-earning American journalists. She is approximated to earn $99,000 annually.
Susan Goldberg Net Worth
Susan is one of the richest and influential American journalists. She is rated to be worth $1.3 million.