Sarah Stillman New Yorker, Bio, Wiki, Age, Husband, Books, Salary, and Net Worth

Sarah Stillman Bio | Wiki

Sarah Stillman is a talented American journalist and professor presently working as a staff writer for the New Yorker. Moreover, Sarah also works as a professor at both New York University and Yale University.

Throughout her journalism career, she has been awarded several awards such as the Elie Wiesel Prize in Ethics in 2005, the 2012 National Magazine Award for Public Interest, the Hillman Prize for Magazine Journalism, and the Michael Kelly Award among others.

Sarah Stillman Age

She was born in 1984, in the United States. Sarah is 39 years old, however, when she celebrates her birthday remains a mystery.

Sarah Stillman Height

She is a woman of average stature. Sarah stands at a height of 5 ft 6 in (Approx. 1.68 m).

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Sarah Stillman Family

She was raised under the loving care of her supportive and loving parents whose identities are currently under review. Sarah is an American citizen by birth but belongs to the white ethnicity. However, details concerning whether she has any siblings are still away from the public eye.

Sarah Stillman Husband

Despite being a public media personality, Sarah has managed to keep personal details such as her marital status away from the public. Therefore, information on whether she is currently dating, single, or married is still under the radar.¬†However, we shall update you on the matter as soon as we receive relevant and reliable information regarding Sarah’s dating life.

Sarah Stillman Education

She attained her High School Diploma from Georgetown Day School and later pursued her dream career at Yale University, where she graduated in 2006 and was awarded her degree in journalism. While at the university, Sarah founded and edited Manifesta, the university’s interdisciplinary feminist journal. Furthermore, she also enrolled at Oxford University as a Marshall Scholar.

Sarah Stillman Books

Apart from working as a professor and journalist, Sarah is also an author and has published over five books. Some of her most popular books include:

  • Soul Searching (2000)
  • Little Histories for Little People (2020)
  • All We Can Save (2020)

Sarah Stillman New Yorker

As of now, Sarah works as a staff writer for the New Yorker. She is also a professor teaching at both New York University and Yale University. Moreover, Sarah also serves as a visiting scholar at the N.Y.U. Arthur L. Carter Journalism Institute. Previously, she worked at the Columbia Graduate School of Journalism as a director for the Global migration project.

For her outstanding services as a journalist, she has received numerous awards including Elie Wiesel Prize in Ethics in 2005, the 2012 National Magazine Award for Public Interest, the Hillman Prize for Magazine Journalism, the Michael Kelly Award, the Hillman Prize in 2012, and George Polk Award in 2012.

Sarah’s colleagues at The New Yorker include:

David Rohde – Executive Editor

Andrew Marantz – Staff Writer

Jessica Winter – Executive Editor

Katy Waldman – Writer

Dana Goodyear – Staff Writer

Charles Duhigg – Writer

Sarah Stillman Salary

She is rewarded remarkably for her services as a professor at both New York University and Yale University and writer for the New Yorker. Sarah’s average salary is $92,680 annually.

Sarah Stillman Net Worth

From both her career as a professor and journalist, there is no doubt that she has accumulated a decent amount of wealth over the years. Sarah’s estimated net worth is $3 million.

Is Sarah Stillman Married

As a result of her secretive nature, Sarah has managed to keep personal details such as her marital status under wraps. Therefore, it is not known whether she is single or married. We shall update you on the matter soon.

How Old Is Sarah Stillman

She was born to her loving and supportive parents in 1984, in the United States. Therefore, Sarah is 39 years old.

Where Is Sarah Stillman

She is currently serving as a staff writer for The New Yorked. In addition, Sarah is also a professor who teaches at New York University and Yale University. Furthermore, she is also a visiting scholar at N.Y.U. Arthur L. Carter Journalism Institute.

Sarah’s Social Media Handles

  • Twitter – @stillsarita