Betsy Woodruff Swan Biography
Betsy Woodruff Swan is an American journalist who works for Politico as a national political reporter and as a contributor to MSNBC. She covers reports on US politics and policies. Betsy is from the United States. Betsy previously worked as a writer for the “Washington Examiner,” the “National Review” as a William F. Buckley fellow, and “The Daily Beast” before joining Politico.
Betsy Woodruff Swan Age
How old is Betsy? The famous reporter is 32 years old as of October 31, 2021. She was born on October 31, 1989, in Purcellville, Virginia, United States.
Betsy Woodruff Swan Education
She graduated with a BA in English from Hillsdale College in 2012.
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Betsy Woodruff Swan Height
The celebrated news reporter stands at a height of 5 feet 6 inches (1.68m).
Betsy Woodruff Swan Parents | Family
Betsy was born and raised in Purcellville, Virginia, the daughter of Jane and Scott Woodruff. She has two siblings: a brother, Chris Woodruff, who works as an executive director for Life Raft International, and a lawyer sister, Jane. Betsy has stated that her parents helped her develop a strong work ethic, with her father especially teaching her to work hard and always follow the rules.
Betsy Woodruff Swan’s husband |married| Wedding
Betsy is a happily married lady. She is married to Jonathan Swan, a Jewish national political reporter for AXIOS. The couple married on September 14, 2019, after getting engaged on March 11, 2018. Jonathan is an Australian journalist who began his career at Fairfax Media.
Betsy Woodruff Swan Net Worth
Betsy has an estimated net worth of 1.5 million dollars.
Betsy Woodruff Swan Surgery
Details regarding her Surgery are currently not yet available. Her exact body weight is still under review and will be updated once confirmed publicly.
Woodruff Swan MSNBC |Career
Betsy Woodruff, a 2012 Hillsdale College BA in English graduate, began her journalism career as a reporter and William F. Buckley Fellow at National Review. She did this while still a student at Hillsdale. She also contributed to the Toledo Free Press and interned at the Washington Examiner in 2014 as a political writer covering electoral politics and Capitol Hill. She returned to “Slate,” an online news magazine, as a national political reporter in late 2014. Betsy started working for the Daily Beast, a piece of American news and opinion website, in March of 2015. Betsy covered immigration, justice, and federal law enforcement stories for the Daily Beast.
In 2016, she was also involved in the coverage of the Presidential election. In her career as a political reporter, she shares her opinions on matters affecting her country while covering hot stories involving Capitol Hill. For her unwavering opinions on politics, Woodruff has appeared on Fox Business, CNN and MSNBC, being a contributor for the latter. Betsy’s exit from the Daily Beast was announced on March 4, 2020 as she also announced of her new job at Politico.