Maria Aspan Biography
Maria Aspan is a world-renowned American journalist. She is currently employed as a senior writer at Fortune Magazine, where she has worked since November 2019. She worked as an editor-at-large at Inc. Magazine for one year and seven months before joining Fortune Magazine.
Maria Aspan Age
Maria Aspan was born in 1982 in the USA. She is 40 years old.
Maria Aspan Height
Maria stands at a moderate height of 5 ft 5 in/1.65m tall.
Maria Aspan Family
Maria was born in the United States to a devout father and a loving mother. On October 22, 1978, her parents exchanged wedding vows. They are celebrating their 43rd wedding anniversary together. Maria also has two gorgeous brothers named Paul and Dan.
Maria Aspan Husband
Maria is currently unattached. She is currently focused on furthering her work and has not been involved in any previous relationships. We will keep you updated on this module once it becomes available to the public.
Maria Aspan Education
Maria went to Notre Dame Academy. She later enrolled at Georgetown University in 2000, where she earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Foreign Science and International Politics in 2004.
Maria Aspan Salary
Maria pockets an annual salary of $86,419.
Maria Aspan Net Worth
Maria’s approximate net worth is $1 million.
Maria Aspan Career
Maria began working for Fortune Magazine in Greater New York City in November 2019. She works as a senior writer at the moment. She specializes on gender analysis and features, as well as the nexus of business and policy. Maria also contributes to the Lady Business newsletter. It is about female entrepreneurs.
Her 2020 inquiry into the hazards of breast implants resulted in actions from both Allergan and the FDA. It also initiated a new search for tens of thousands of women who had implants recalled over a year before. She formerly worked at Inc. Magazine in the Greater New York City Area before joining Fortune Magazine.
She worked as a senior editor there from May 2014 to May 2018. She was appointed as an editor-at-large and will serve until November 2019. Maria formerly worked at SourceMedia. From August 2011 to August 2012, she worked as a consumer finance editor for American Banker. Maria was later promoted to national editor, a position she held until May 2014.
She previously worked with Thomson Reuters for a year and six months. She worked as a reporter there from March 2010 to August 2011. She was in charge of banking, payments, and finance. She previously worked at SourceMedia for two years and one month. From March 2008 through March 2010, she worked as the consumer finance reporter for American Banker.
She started her journalism career in September 2005. She was employed for The New York Times at the time. She was hired there to write for the business and media. Also, she served as a news assistant. She worked there for two years and six months up to February 2008.