Libby Casey, The Washington Post editor, despite being under the spotlight for a long time for her astounding work, has managed to keep her love life a mystery.
Is Casey Married?
No matter how famed her professional journey has been, the journalist likes to keep her personal matters to herself. However, it is known that Casey is a married woman, but further details regarding her marriage is unavailable.
Although she is actively present on her social media accounts, she prefers sharing her news and updates and work-related posts and barely shares any of her personal events.
Also, the journalist doesn’t have any children yet, and the fact whether she and her husband are still is yet unknown.
Libby Casey and her husband. (Source: Hollywood Mask)
How She Progressed Into an Accomplished Career
The 45-years-old, having completed her education in journalism from Sarah Lawrence College and the University of Alaska Fairbanks, began her professional journey working at a Radio station and KUAC TV in Alaska.
In 2008, she joined the Alaska Public Radio network as a Washington Correspondent, where she worked for four years and bid her farewell in 2012. Continuing her journey, she began working for C-SPAN tv as a host of Washington Journal. Working with C-SPAN, Casey’s exposure had significantly increased.
After dedicating four years to C-SPAN, she left the network in 2013 and joined AI Jazeera America as a Washington DC Correspondent. There she spent almost three years and stepped up her career by landing on The Washington Post in 2016.
At The Washington Post, first, she worked as a Facebook Live Video Host for six months and then as a Video Journalist covering content on politics and accountability since 2017 and is still going strong with her effort and dedication.
Awards and Honors and Net Worth
Recognizing her diligent work in journalism, the journalist was honored with a Silver Reel by the National Federation of Community Broadcasters. Similarly, she also received a Public Service Award from Alaska Press Club. Moreover, she bagged Edward R. Morrow (RTDNA) Northwest regional Award, another of the most prestigious awards in journalism.
Although it is yet unrevealed how much the journalist has earned from her successful career, as per a source, her salary at The Washington Post could be around 89 thousand dollars annually.