Caroline Kitchener Bio, Age, Husband, Washington Post, Award

Caroline Kitchener Biography

Caroline Kitchener is an author and a media personality serving as a national political reporter, covering abortion, at The Washington Post. She won the 2023 Pulitzer Prize for national reporting for her coverage of the impact of the Supreme Court overturning Roe v. Wade. Previously, she was a staff writer for The Lily at The Washington Post.

Caroline Kitchener Age

Kitchener is 31 years old as of 2023. However, her birthday is unknown.

Caroline Kitchener Height

She is 5 feet 6 inches tall.

Caroline Kitchener Nationality

She is American by nationality.

Caroline Kitchener Education

Kitchener attended the Convent of the Sacred Heart from 2006 graduating in 2010. She then joined Princeton University where she graduated Magna Cum Laude with a Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) in History/ Gender and Sexuality Studies in 2014. In 2013, she studied Chinese Language at East China Normal University.

Caroline Kitchener Parents

Caroline is the daughter of Nancy and John Kitchener. She grew up overseas in places including Hong Kong and Germany while her father worked at Avon before her family settled in New Canaan, Connecticut. She has two half-sisters, Milly Smyth, who died in 2016, and Sarah Robbins.

Caroline Kitchener Husband

Is Caroline Kitchener married? Yes, Caroline is married to Robert Marshall, his high school sweetheart and the son of former Representative Jim Marshall, a Democrat from Georgia, and Camille Hope, a bankruptcy trustee. The couple met in 2010 when both were undergraduates at Princeton.

“The first time I met Robert, I was opening my dorm room door as a freshman, and he was standing there with a bunch of other people wearing short shorts and no shirt, Caroline said. He also had a portrait of Jack McCoy, the character played by Sam Waterston on “Law and Order,” painted on his back.”

But Caroline already had a boyfriend. A shift in their relationship occurred in February 2012 when Caroline and Robert took a walk to a CVS. “I needed ear plugs and Caroline needed feminine hygiene products, and we didn’t have a car, so we walked,” Robert said. The 25-minute trek took place along a roaring highway in Orlando, Fla., where they were competing at mock trial regionals.

But back in Princeton, when he told her he felt a spark and asked if she did, too, she said no. “I was in my first serious relationship, and I didn’t really understand how you could have feelings for two people at the same time,” she said.

By the beginning of her junior year, they were a couple. But it wasn’t until the spring of 2013, when Caroline returned to China to study abroad, that she knew she had fallen unstoppably in love. Robert flew to China to visit her at the end of that semester.

In 2014, Caroline moved to Washington to be with her boyfriend Robert. Landing in New York would have been a smarter career move, she said. But taking the world by storm professionally no longer seemed a great idea if it meant living apart from Robert. The couple tied the knot on May 25, 2019, at The Inn at Mount Vernon Farm, Sperryville, Va.  Currently, they live in Washington, D.C. with her two cats.

Caroline Kitchener The Washington Post

Kitchener is a national political reporter, covering abortion, at The Washington Post. Before joining the politics team, she wrote about women and gender for The Lily. She has also written for the Atlantic, the Guardian, Vox, and the Wall Street Journal. Her nonfiction book, “Post Grad: Five Women and Their First Year Out of College,” follows the lives of five women in their first year after their college graduation.

Prior to joining the Washington Post in January 2019, Kitchener was an associate editor for the Atlantic. She first joined the Atlantic in July 2013 as a freelance writer. She was promoted to the role of associate editor in July 2017 and worked there until December 2018.

Kitchener won the 2023 Pulitzer Prize for national reporting for her coverage of the impact of the Supreme Court overturning Roe v. Wade.

Caroline Kitchener Salary

She earns a salary of $66,976 per year. This is the average yearly pay for a political reporter at the Washington Post as of 2023.

Caroline Kitchener Net Worth

She has an estimated net worth ranging between $1 million – $5 million as of 2023

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