Bill Keller NY Times, Bio, Age, Wife, Family, Kids, Salary and Net Worth

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Bill Keller Biography and Wiki

Bill Keller is an American journalist who previously worked as New York Times columnist and paper’s executive editor from July 2003 until September 2011. He officially announced his resignation on June 2nd, 2011 to become a full-time writer and his position taken by Jill Abramson.

He is also the founding editor-in-chief of The Marshall Project, a nonprofit that reports on criminal justice in the United States. Between 1986 and 1991, Keller worked with Times Moscow as Bureau chief during the dissolution of the Soviet and final years of cold war.

Bill Keller Age and Birthday

Bill is 72 years old as of 2021 and celebartes his birthday on January 18 every year. He was born on January 18, 1949 in California, United States of America.

Bill Keller Height

Bill height is 5 feet 10 inches (1.77 meters).

Bill Keller Education

Bill went to the Roman Catholic schools St. Matthews and Junípero Serra High School in San Mateo, California for his high school studies. He later joined Pomona college where he graduated with Bachelor’s degree in Broadcast journalism.

Bill Keller Family – Parents and Siblings

Bill father is known as George M. Keller, a former chairman and chief executive with Chevron Corporation. He has not shared any information on his mother or whether he has any siblings.

Bill Keller Wife| Is he married?

Bill was first married to his first wife by the name of Ann Cooper. The couple later divorced with no kids yet. He later got married to Emma Gilbey (1999) and both share three children, Alice Keller, Molly Keller and unknown son.

Bill Keller Salary

Bill is a retired journalist and currently a permanent writer. He was paid more than $100,000 a year while still a columnist at New York Times but his current earnings not available.

Bill Keller Net Worth

Bill net worth is $1 Million as of 2021. This is estimated from his longest career as a journalist and a professional writer

Bill Keller NY Times and Marshall Project

Bill is an American journalist who previously worked as New York Times columnist and paper’s executive editor from July 2003 until September 2011. He officially announced his resignation on June 2nd, 2011 to become a full-time writer and his position taken by Jill Abramson.

He is also the founding editor-in-chief of The Marshall Project, a nonprofit that reports on criminal justice in the United States. Between 1986 and 1991, Keller worked with Times Moscow as Bureau chief during the dissolution of the Soviet and final years of cold war. Between 1970 and March 1979, he was a reporter in Portland with The Oregonian, followed by stints with the Congressional Quarterly Weekly Report and the Dallas Times Herald.

The Marshall project was originally conceived by Neil Barsky, a former hedge fund manager, filmmaker and journalist, He first announced the birth of Marshall Project in his byline in an unrelated New York Times article in November 2013. The New York Times reported on February 2014 that Keller was going to work for the Marshall Project. It was formally launched in November 2014 and As of 2017, Keller is still working and leading the editorial efforts there.

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