Kimberley Strassel Biography
Kimberley Strassel is an American Author and Conservative Columnist working for the Wall Street Journal editorial board. She is also the writer of “Potomac Watch,” a weekly column airing every Friday.
Strassel was hired by The Wall Street Journal (WSJ) immediately after graduating from college. The conservative Bradley Foundation honored Strassel with a $250,000 Bradley Prize in the year 2014. She was one of the panelists for a Republican presidential primary debate held in S.C. in February 2016.
Kimberley Strassel Education
Strassel graduated from Banks High School in the year 1990 and then attended the Princeton School of Public and International Affairs. She graduated from Princeton in 1994 with a Bachelor of Arts (B.A.). She completed a senior thesis called “The Democratization of the Russian Secret Security and Intelligence Apparatus”, under Aaron Friedberg’s supervision, at Princeton.
Kimberley Strassel Age
Strassel is 50 years old as of 2022. She was born on July 24, 1972, in Buxton, Oregon, United States. She celebrates her birthday on the 24th of July every year.
Kimberley Strassel Height
Strassel stands at an approximate height of 5 feet 7 inches (1.70 m).
Kimberley Strassel Family
Strassel was born to Annie Strassel (mother) and Mike Strassel (father). She grew up in Buxton, Oregon alongside her 3 sisters, whose names are unknown.
Kimberley Strassel Remarried / Ex-Husband
Strassel was married to Matthew Rose (born Matthew Justin Rose). The duo first met when they were all working for the Wall Street Journal in New York. They tied the knot on July 15, 2000. They however divorced due to unknown reasons. The date of their divorce is also unknown. Since their divorce, Strassel remarried another guy, whose information is under review.
Matthew is a British-born journalist working for the Wall Street Journal in N.Y. as the enterprise editor. He is 50 years as of 2022 having been born on September 30, 1972. His parents are Susan Rose (mother) and Philip Rose. Matthew is a proud graduate of Oxford University and the Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS) (a Master of Arts Degree in international affairs).
Kimberley Strassel Children
Strassel and her ex-husband Matthew Rose were blessed with 3 kids; 2 daughters and one son, whose names are currently under review. Strassel likes spending her spare time with her children.
Kimberley Strassel Net Worth
Strassel has an annual estimated net worth ranging from $5 Million to $10 Million, which she earns through her career as an Author and Conservative Columnist.
Kimberley Strassel WSJ – The Wall Street Journal
Strassel served at the European edition of The Wall Street Journal in Brussels as a news assistant for 2 years (1994-1996). She has also served at The Wall Street Journal Europe in London as a staff writer covering technology, for 3 years (1996-1999). In the year 1999, Strassel moved to N.Y. to cover real estate prior to joining the editorial page as an assistant features editor. In the year 2005, she began serving as a senior editorial writer at The Wall Street Journal (WSJ). She also became an editorial board member of WSJ in the same year. After 2 years, Strassel took the role of the writer of “Potomac Watch,” the long-running column for WSJ.
During the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School shooting, Strassel’s suggestion was that teachers be equipped with stun grenades to protect students. Trump posted a retweet in October 2019 on Strassel’s commentary over 20 times – Trump even for a Pulitzer Prize for Strassel. In the win of Joe Biden in the presidential election in the year 2020, she had a claim that there were irregularities in the voting.
Kimberley Strassel Teeth
Strassel’s dental formula is perfect in shape and has no problem. There will be an update as soon as any information about her teeth is updated in the limelight.
Kimberley Strassel Books / Author
Strassel has authored 3 books;
- Resistance (At All Costs): How Trump Haters are Breaking America (Twelve, 2019)
- The Intimidation Game: How the Left Is Silencing Free Speech (Twelve, 2016)
- Leaving Women Behind: Modern Families, Outdated Laws (Rowman & Littlefield, 2005)