Kara Swisher New York Times, Bio, Wiki, Age, Sunglasses, Recode, Scott Galloway, Stroke, and Net Worth

Kara Swisher Bio | Wiki

Kara Swisher (full name Kara Anne Swisher) is an American journalist. She currently works as an opinion writer for The New York Times. Kara has been described as Silicon Valley’s “most powerful tech journalist”, by Newsweek.  She is also a contributing editor at New York, the co-host of the podcast Pivot, as well as the host of the podcast Sway.

Previously, Kara worked as a writer for The Wall Street Journal as well as  The Washington Post. She is the co-found of Recode, the All Things Digital conference, and also the online publication called All Things D. Kara has been covering the internet since 1994.

Kara Swisher Age

She was born on December 11, 1962, in Pennsylvania, United States. Kara is  59 years old.

Kara Swisher Height

She is a woman of average stature. Kara stands at a height of 5 ft 4 in ( Approx 1.6m).

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Kara Swisher Family

She was born to her father and mother on December 11, 1962, in Pennsylvania,  United States of America. However, Kara has managed to keep a low profile about her parents and siblings.

Kara Swisher Wife | Partner | Amanda Katz

She is a Lesbian as far as Sexual Orientation is concerned. Kara was first married to  Megan Smith. They wedded in 2008 and divorced in 2018 but still share two teenage kids whom they adopted. Kara remarried Amanda Katz and the couple tied the knot in 2020.

Kara Swisher Education

She joined  Princeton Day School in 1976 and graduated in 1980. Kara proceeded to join Georgetown University’s Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service. She later graduated with a BS degree in 1984. While still a student, she wrote for  Georgetown’s school newspaper called The Hoya. Kara then lest the paper so as she could start writing for the university’s news magazine called The Georgetown Voice. In 1985, Kara graduated with an MS in journalism from Columbia University.

Kara Swisher Nyt | New York Times |Elon Musk

She became a contributing writer to the New York Times in August 2018 and worked at the Opinion section where she focuses on tech. Kara has written much about topics such as  Kevin Systrom’s departure from Instagram, Elon Musk, an Internet Bill of Rights, as well as Google and censorship.

Kara Swisher Sway

She has a weekly live video on Twitter during which Kara answers questions from her followers. A semiweekly podcast hosted by Kara and Nancy Pelosi called the Times premiered Sway featured as her first guest in September 2020.

Other guests included: Apple CEO Tim Cook, actor Sacha Baron Cohen, Georgia politician and voting rights activist Stacey Abrams, Microsoft co-founder and philanthropist Bill Gates, Airbnb CEO Brian Chesky, United States Senator Amy Klobuchar (D-MN), entrepreneur Mark Cuban, film director Spike Lee, USSF CSO Gen. John W. Raymond, Parler CEO John Matze, as well as Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensberger.

Kara’s other colleagues at New York Times Include:

Michiko Kakutani-literary critic

Nicholas  Kristof-political commentator

Frank Bruni-journalist

Thomas Friedman-author, commentator

David Brooks-commentator

Jessica Grose-columnist

Kara Swisher Sunglasses

Kara suffers а mіnоr рhоtоѕеnѕіtіvе vіѕіоn. This is the reason why she always put on or wеаrѕ а dаrk аvіаtоr ѕunglаѕѕ mоѕt оf thе tіmе. The sunglasses that Kara wеаrѕ helps in рrеvеnt her from being ехроѕed tо direct ѕunlіght.

Kara Swisher Recode | Recode Decode | Podcast

On January 1, 2014, Both Kara and Mossberg struck out on their own with the Recode website, located in San Francisco. They hosted the inaugural Code Conference next to Los Angeles in 2014.  In May 2015, Vox Media acquired the website and in June 2015, they both launched a weekly podcast called Recode Decode. In this podcast, Kara interviews prominent figures in the technology space. Her first quest was Stewart Butterfield. Later, Recode and Vox Media launched Pivot in September 2018. This is a semi-weekly news commentary podcast that is co-hosted by Kara and Scott Galloway.

In April 2020, an announcement was made by the New York Magazine that Pivot would join the magazine’s properties. However, it would be forced to drop the Recode branding, Kara would also join in as an editor-at-large. In May 2020, she wrote on her Twitter account that she had not been involved in editing as well as assigning stories on Recode for some years.

Kara Swisher Scott Galloway

In May 2015, Vox Media acquired the website and in June 2015, they both launched a weekly podcast called Recode Decode. In this podcast, Kara interviews prominent figures in the technology space. Her first quest was Stewart Butterfield. Later, Recode and Vox Media launched Pivot in September 2018. This is a semi-weekly news commentary podcast that is co-hosted by Kara and Scott Galloway.

Kara Swisher Silicon Valley

Currently, Kara works as an opinion writer for The New York Times. Kara has been described as Silicon Valley’s “most powerful tech journalist”, by Newsweek.  She is also a contributing editor at New York, the co-host of the podcast Pivot, as well as the host of the podcast Sway.

Kara Swisher Stroke

In 2011,  Kara ѕuffеrеd а mајоr ѕtrоkе whеn ѕhе wаѕ оn her trір to visit the city of Ноng Коng. Ѕhе noticed the stroke аftеr ѕоmе tіmе whеn hеr experienced a very sharp сhеѕt раіn that kept on іnсrеаѕing. However, kara wаѕ tаkеn tо thе hоѕріtаl іmmеdіаtеlу and her dосtоrѕ соnfіrmеd thаt ѕhе hаd а hеаrt аttасk.

Kara Swisher Interview

In 2003, Kara and colleague Walt Mossberg launched the All Things Digital conference. They later expanded it into becoming a daily blog site titled AllThingsD.com. The conference dealt mostly with interviews with top technology executives by Kara and Mossberg. Their guests included Bill Gates, Larry Ellison, and also Steve Jobs. All of their guests appeared on stage without prepared remarks or even slides.

Kara Swisher Book

She has authored books such as  aol.com: How Steve Case Beat Bill Gates, Nailed the Netheads and Made Millions in the War for the Web. The book was published in July 1998 by Times Business Print Books. Kara has another book titled The sequel, There Must Be a Pony in Here Somewhere: This book was published by Crown Business Print Books in the fall of 2003.

Kara Swisher Email

You can contact Kara through her email address [email protected]

Kara Swisher Salary

She earns her salary mainly by working as an opinion writer for The New York Times. Kara’s average salary is $88,723 per year.

Kara Swisher Net Worth

She is a very successful woman who has accumulated a lot of wealth from her career. Kara has an estimated net worth of $2.99 million.

Who Is Kara Swisher Husband

She is a Lesbian as far as Sexual Orientation is concerned. Kara was first married to  Megan Smith. They wedded in 2008 and divorced in 2018 but still share two teenage kids whom they adopted. Kara remarried Amanda Katz and the couple tied the knot in 2020.

What Does Kara Swisher Make

Kara earns her salary mainly by working as an opinion writer for The New York Times. She earns an average salary is $88,723 per year.

What Happened Kara Swisher

In 2011,  Kara ѕuffеrеd а mајоr ѕtrоkе whеn ѕhе wаѕ оn her trір to visit the city of Ноng Коng. Ѕhе noticed the stroke аftеr ѕоmе tіmе whеn hеr experienced a very sharp сhеѕt раіn that kept on іnсrеаѕing. However, kara wаѕ tаkеn tо thе hоѕріtаl іmmеdіаtеlу and her dосtоrѕ соnfіrmеd thаt ѕhе hаd а hеаrt аttасk.

Why Did Kara Swisher Leave Recode

In April 2020, an announcement was made by the New York Magazine that Pivot would join the magazine’s properties. However, it would be forced to drop the Recode branding, Kara would also join in as an editor-at-large. In May 2020, she wrote on her Twitter account that she had not been involved in editing as well as assigning stories on Recode for some years.

Kara Swisher Twitter