Facts of Jan Crawford
|Birth Name||Jan Crawford Greenburg|
|Date of Birth||1965|
|Birth Country||Alabama, USA|
|Net worth||$1.8 Million|
|Spouse||Douglas N. Greenburg|
|Height||5 ft 5 in|
|Education||Albert P. Brewer High School|
|TV Show||CBS News, CBS This Morning|
Jan Crowford is an award-winning journalist, who garnered millions of attention from her legal analysis over the conflicts at the United States Supreme Court. She is well known for her reporting on the 2000 historical presidential election.
Crawford was born in 1965 in the state of Alabama, United States of America. Her mother, Carolyn Crawford was the pageant holder of Miss Alabama USA/Teen USA. She spent her childhood days on a cattle ranch in Baileyton, Alabama.
Jan attended Albert P. Brewer High School for a diploma. Later, she enrolled at The University of Chicago but transferred to The University of Alabama, where she earned a Bachelor in Journalism degree in 1987. She, further, holds a Juris Doctorate in Law degree from the University of Chicago Law School in 1993. Also, read about Meg Oliver‘s biography.
Salary & Net Worth
Jan Crawford started her journalism career as a reporter for a daily newspaper, Chicago Tribune in 1987. Furthermore, she worked as a fill-in news anchor for an evening newspaper, The NewsHour with Jim Lehrer from 1998 to 2007. She also served as the Supreme Court analyst for weekly morning public affairs program, Face the Nation on CBS network.
Former ABC News senior legal correspondent, Crawford is reportedly working as a national correspondent for CBS News. She currently earns an average salary of $121,828 from the lower percentile of $118,306 to the higher percentile of $125,231, which is similar to a CBS News national correspondent. Currently, her total net worth is $1.8 Million in 2020.
Supreme Conflict author, Crawford is enjoying her conjugal life with her longtime boyfriend turned husband, Douglas N. Greenburg, with whom she completed high studies from the University of Chicago Law School in the class of 1993. The two shared their wedding vows in a small and private nuptial.
What’s more to this? Crawford and her husband, Douglas are the proud parents of four grown-up children, including three daughters, Carolyn Greenburg (born in 1997), Louisa Greenberg (born in 1998), Page Greenberg (born in mid-2003), and one son, Jack Greenburg (born in 2001). The Crawford-Greenburg family resides in the greater New York area
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