Irin Carmon Bio | Wiki
Irin Carmon is an American journalist and commentator with roots of origin in Israel. She currently serves as the senior correspondent at New York Magazine as well as a contributor at CNN. Irin is the co-author of Notorious RBG: The Life and Times of Ruth Bader Ginsburg. Before joining her current network, Irin served as a national reporter at MSNBC. Her role there was to cover women, politics, as well as culture for the website and on air.
Also, Irin was a Visiting Fellow at Yale Law School in the Program for the Study of Reproductive Justice. She was named one of Forbes’ “30 under 30” in 2011 in media. She was also featured as a face of young feminism in New York Magazine. Irin received the November 2011 Sidney award presented to her by The Sidney Hillman Foundation. The award was meant to recognize her reporting on the Mississippi Personhood Initiative for Salon. Also, Mediaite named Irin among the four in its award for Best TV pundit of 2014.
Irin Carmon Age
She was born on July 15, 1983, in Israel. Irin is 39 years old.
Irin Carmon Height
She is a woman of average stature. Irin stands at a height of 5 ft 5 in ( Approx 1.65m).
Irin Carmon Family
She was born to her mother Rakeffet Carmon and her father Haggai Carmon on July 15, 1983, in Israel. Irin’s parents hold bachelor’s degrees in Law from Tel Aviv University and master’s degrees from St Johns University. They primarily work on US-Israel issues as their main focus. Rakeffet works with Israel citizens living in the USA while Haggai deals with the USA government and other clients in Tel Aviv, Israel
Irin grew up along with her two brothers.
Irin Carmon Husband | Wedding
She married Ari Richter. Irin shared an engagement photo with Ari on October 10th, 2016 via her Instagram account. The couple exchanged their wedding rings in September 2017. The wedding ceremony took place at Waterfront Museum in New York City and was officiated by The Supreme Court’s US celebrated justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.
Irin Carmon Education
She graduated from Waldorf School of Garden City in 2001. From there, Irin went to further her studies at Harvard College and graduated with an AB in Literature in 2005. While at Harvard, Irin wrote for The Harvard Crimson as well as Let’s Go (book series).
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Early in her career, Irin wrote regularly for the Boston Globe, the Village Voice, as well as The Anniston Star. From 2006 to 2009, Irin served as a media reporter for the fashion industry trade journal Women’s Wear Daily. She served as a Jezebel staff writer from 2009 to 2011. In response, the women of the Daily Show published an open letter defending their workplace. Irin posted her email thread with the Daily Show publicist in response to allegations that she had failed to provide adequate time for comment.
This took place one week prior to the publishing of the story. Two years later, Irin noted her appreciation for changes at The Daily Show since the controversy. From 2011 to 2013, Irin served as a staff writer for Salon. In October 2012, she and Jezebel founder Anna Holmes launched the trending #sorryfeminists. This was a hashtag that mocked negative stereotypes of feminists. The book was released in October 2015 and debuted at #7 on the New York Times Best Seller list. In February 2015, Irin conducted an exclusive interview for MSNBC for The Rachel Maddow Show with Ruth Bader Ginsburg.
She teamed up with the Washington Post in late 2017 and early 2018 to break the news of sexual harassment as well as assault allegations against Charlie Rose and CBS’s knowledge of his conduct. That coverage won a 2018 Mirror Award from the Newhouse School at Syracuse University. In July 2018, Irin started working for the New York Magazine as their senior correspondent. In November 2018, she became a CNN contributor.
Irin’s colleagues at CNN include:
Julian Zelizer – comentator
Coy Wire – anchor
Nick Valencia – correspondent
Eleni Giokos – anchor
Ben Wedeman – correspondent
Jennifer Westhoven – correspondent
Sandra Gonzalez – reporter
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In June 2013, Irin joined MSNBC, she wrote for MSNBC.com and also contributed the shows such as The Reid Report, Melissa Harris-Perry, and All In with Chris Hayes. Irin was named in a four-way tie among the “Best TV Pundits” of 2014 for bringing ” By Mediaite. In January 2015, New York Magazine reported that Irin would be co-authoring the biography Notorious R.B.G.: The Life and Times of Ruth Bader Ginsburg with the creator of the Notorious R.B.G. blog called Shana Knizhnik.
Irin Carmon Salary
She earns an average salary of $67,947 as a CNN contributor and an average salary of $70,836 as a New York Magazine senior correspondent
Irin Carmon Net Worth
She has earned a respectable fortune from her journalism career. Irin has an estimated net worth of $1,847,624.
Who Is Irin Carmon
Irin is a 39-year-old American journalist and commentator with roots of origin in Israel. She currently serves as the senior correspondent at New York Magazine as well as a contributor at CNN.
How Old Is Irin Carmon
Irin is a 39-year-old journalist who was born on July 15, 1983, in Israel.
Is Irin Carmon Married
Irin married Ari Richter. Irin shared an engagement photo with Ari on October 10th, 2016 via her Instagram account. The couple exchanged their wedding vows in September 2017. The wedding ceremony took place at Waterfront Museum in New York City and was officiated by The Supreme Court’s US celebrated justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.