Julia Ioffe Bio, Age, Height, Family, Husband, POLITICO, Salary and Net worth

Julia Ioffe Biography

Julia Ioffe is a Russian-born American journalist, she is known for being a founding partner and the Washington correspondent for Puck. Julia also appeared on television programs on MSNBC, CBS, PBS and other news channels as a Russian expert.  

Julia Ioffe Education

Julia attended Princeton University and graduated magna cum laude.

Julia Ioffe Career

In 2005, Ioffe started her work as a fact-checker for The New Yorker. She also worked with the Knight Case Studies Initiative at Columbia Journalism School, where she wrote case studies on complicated journalistic issues that arose in newsrooms around the world.

She wrote for The New Yorker, The New York Times, The Washington Post, Foreign Policy, Bloomberg BusinessWeek, Forbes, GQ, The New Republic, Politico, Buzzfeed, Huffington Post Highline, and The Atlantic throughout the next decade. Ioffe worked as a journalist for The New Yorker and Foreign Policy in Moscow for three years, from 2009 to 2012. She returned to the United States in 2012 to work as a senior editor for The New Republic in Washington, D.C.

Ioffe was awarded a Fulbright Scholarship to work in Russia in 2009. There, she also became the Moscow reporter for The New Yorker and Foreign Policy.

The New Yorker published Ioffe’s profile on Alexey Navalny, a lawyer and anti-corruption activist at the time, on April 4, 2011. In her Foreign Policy column “Kremlinology 2012,” Ioffe investigated the protests and political maneuvering around Putin’s return to the presidency.

In February 2012, The New Yorker published a profile of Mikhail Prokhorov, then the third richest man in Russia who fought the 2012 presidential elections. “Are Putin and Prokhorov running against or alongside each other for President?” In the profile, Ioffe inquired.

Ioffe wrote about American politics for The New Republic, including a looming civil war inside the Republican Party. Her Livingston Award-winning profile on Kentucky Republican Senator Rand Paul in 2013 was a finalist. She also reported on the 2014 protests in Ferguson, Missouri, as well as President Barack Obama’s decision not to strike President Bashar al-Assad for deploying chemical weapons against Syrian rebels.

Ioffe joined Politico as a contributing writer in May 2016. She covered Stephen Miller, one of President Donald Trump’s advisers, and Carter Page, an investor in Russia and the energy sector, for the website. Ioffe was dismissed from Politico in December 2016 after she speculated on Twitter about Trump behaving improperly with his daughter Ivanka. Regarding President-elect Donald J. Trump and his daughter Ivanka, Ioffe tweeted: “Trump is either banging his daughter or avoiding nepotism laws. Which is the worst of the two?”

Julia Ioffe Salary

Ioffe receives an annual salary $98,800.

Julia Ioffe Net worth

Ioffe has an estimated net worth of $ 1 million dollars.

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Julia Ioffe Age

Ioffe is 39 years old as of 2021. She was born on October 18, 1982 in Moscow.

Julia Ioffe Height

She stands at a height of 5 feet 6 inches tall.

Julia Ioffe Family

Ioffe was born into a Russian Jewish household in Moscow. Her family came to the United States when she was seven years old, in 1990. They chose Columbia, Maryland as their new home.

Julia Ioffe Husband

Ioffe has kept matters concerning her love life private from the public eye. It is unknown if she is married or involved with anyone.

Julia Ioffe Articles

The David Zaslav Honeymoon Is Already Over
Anyone who’s sat with David Zaslav over the past 11 months—and that includes me—has received one message above all: Tell me what I need to know. Despite being a successful media executive for decades, the incoming Warner Bros. Discovery C.E.O. has executed a listening tour for the ages, chatting with everyone from Steven Spielberg to labor experts to lower-level agents.
“Never Again” Again: The History of Putin’s Terror
When the world saw the horrors in Bucha and the towns around Kyiv, it was like a tide had gone out, leaving behind the grisly driftwood of dead bodies. By now, you’ve seen the photos and read the stories: the women raped in front of their children, the men executed with their hands behind their backs, the people who fell off their bicycles and lay for weeks under the open sky until the photographers arrived.


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