Jay Ambrose Bio | Wiki
Jay Ambrose is an American journalist and columnist. Currently, he serves as an op-ed columnist for Tribune News Service. Tribune is a renowned news provider covering political, breaking, as well as lifestyle news.
Previously, Jay served as editor of the Rocky Mountain News and the El Paso-Herald Post. He is a talented writer with numerous years of news writing experience. Additionally, Jay is also associated with The Seattle News and The Daily World, and his news about Trump received attention from the public.
Under Jay’s leadership, Rocky Mountain News became a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize in Spot News Reporting. During his tenure, the newspaper also received numerous national awards for education reporting and established a daily science and environment page, a rarity among American newspapers.
Jay Ambrose Age
Jay was born in 1944, in Kentucky, United States. He is 78 years old.
Jay Ambrose Height
He is a man of average stature and stands at a height of 5 ft 7 in (Approx. 1.72 m).
Jay Ambrose Family
He was born and raised in Kentucky by his parents. Jay holds an American nationality and belongs to the caucasian white ethnicity. However, he has not shared information about his parents and/or siblings.
Jay Ambrose Wife
Jay is married to his beautiful wife, Fran. The couple shares three sons and two granddaughters.
Jay Ambrose Education
He graduated from Transylvania College in Lexington, Ky. After that, Jay worked for a year as a professional journalism fellow at the University of Michigan as part of a National Endowment for the Humanities program. In 1987, he graduated from the Harvard Business School Program for Management Development. He commenced his career as a reporter, assistant city editor, and editorial page editor at the Knickerbocker News in Albany, N.Y.
Jay Ambrose Tribune News Service
Jay serves as an op-ed columnist for Tribune News Service, a renowned news provider covering political, breaking, as well as lifestyle news. Prior to joining Tribune, he served as editor of the Rocky Mountain News and the El Paso-Herald Post. At El Paso-Herald Post, he replaced Harry Moskos who became editor of the Knoxville News-Sentinel in 1983.
He served as editor of Denver’s Rocky Mountain News in 1989 and became a chief editorial writer for the Washington, D.C.-based Scripps Howard News Service later that summer. Jay also held various editorial positions at the Rocky Mountain News from 1977 to 1983. He won the Walker Stone Award for outstanding editorial writing in 1981 from the Scripps Howard Foundation.
Between his two stints at the Rocky Mountain News, Jay worked for five years as managing editor and then editor of another Scripps newspaper, the El Paso Herald-Post. In El Paso, he helped launch a campaign against illiteracy and spearheaded a community forum designed to revive the community’s long-term economic, educational and social resources. Moreover, Jay became the founding chairman of the literacy committee of the American Society of Newspaper Editors and has served on the ASNE’s board of directors.
Jay Ambrose Conservative | Political Affiliation
Jay is an independent voter and votes for candidates from both political parties. He does not appear to be a conservative as much as he is a Republican hack who bashes Democrats/liberals in every article he writes.
Jay Ambrose Articles
Some of Jay’s recent articles include:
Biden should institute Russia sanctions this minute: DECEMBER 17, 2021
The Russia fiasco NOVEMBER 16, 2021
Jeff Bezos is again trying to change the world JULY 29, 2021
The progressive disunity project JANUARY 29, 2021
Believe it or not, Trump deserves some gratitude on NOVEMBER 17, 2020
Jay Ambrose Salary
He serves as an op-ed columnist for Tribune News Service. Therefore, he earns a decent income. Jay’s average salary is $84,342 per year.
Jay Ambrose Net Worth
He earns his wealth through his career. Therefore, he has amassed a fortune over the years. Jay’s estimated net worth is $854,674.
Who Is Jay Ambrose
Jay is an American journalist and columnist. Currently, he serves as an op-ed columnist for Tribune News Service.