Jeff Horwitz Height, Weight, Net Worth, Age, Birthday, Wikipedia, Who, Nationality, Biography

Jeff Horwitz- Biography

Jeff Horwitz is a Wall Street Journal technology correspondent based in San Francisco who focuses on the business and global impact of Facebook. He received a Gerald Loeb Awards finalist commendation and a Society for Advancing Business Editing and Writing award for stories he co-wrote with two colleagues about Facebook’s effort to police hate in India.

What is the Net Worth of Jeff Horwitz? Salary, Earnings

Horwitz was awarded Columbia University’s annual Christopher J. Welles Memorial Prize for his pioneering and unwavering coverage of the Paul Manafort scandal. Horwitz’s net worth has yet to be disclosed. As a journalist who has worked for a number of publications, he is likely to have amassed a substantial fortune. After the information has been made public, we will make it available to you.

Jeff Horwitz- Birth, Age, Ethnicity, Siblings, Education

Personal information about Jeff Horwitz is still unavailable on the internet. Based on his appearance, he appears to be in his forties. He must be a US citizen. Horwitz was a Knight-Bagehot Fellow at Columbia University in 2013-14 and an M.A. graduate of the Columbia Journalism School. He’s worked for the Associated Press for five years.

Quick Facts

Real Name Jeff Horwitz
Birth Date The 1980s
Age (as of 2022) The 40s (Years)
Birth Place United States
Nationality American
Profession Journalist
Religion Christianity
Sun sign Not Known

Jeff Horwitz- Relationship, Married Life

When it comes to his wife and romantic relationships, Jeff has kept a low profile. As a result, we have no way of knowing whether he is single, married, or in a relationship.

Jeff Horwitz- Professional Career

In Washington, D.C., he worked as a staff reporter for The Washington City Paper, The San Bernardino Sun, Legal Times, and American Banker. He worked as a reporter for American Banker from 2009 to 2013, covering bank legal issues and the aftermath of the housing collapse. He revealed how JPMorgan Chase & Co.’s sale of delinquent credit card debts was marred by sloppy record-keeping and Robo-signing, and how banks profited from the sale of expensive insurance. In 2012, he was nominated for a Loeb Award for reports that revealed how banks used insurance to conceal billions of dollars in kickbacks during the housing boom. Jeff has also written for the American Banker, Legal Times, San Bernardino Sun, and Washington City Paper, among other publications. Jeff Horwitz is a Wall Street Journal technology writer based in San Francisco who focuses on the business and global impact of Facebook.

He has spent the last five years working for the Associated Press. On September 13, after months of work on the Facebook Project, he published his first post, observing that “Facebook discreetly excluded “VIP” individuals from its boundaries in “not publicly justified” ways, despite its claims of democratizing voice.” Frances Haugen, a former Facebook Inc. employee in charge of document collection for The Wall Street Journal’s Facebook report series, is currently assisting Jeff. For stories he co-wrote with two colleagues about Facebook’s effort to regulate hate in India, he received a Gerald Loeb Awards finalist commendation and a Society for Advancing Business Editing and Writing award.

Controversy

Jeff Horwitz wore a grey headband that matched his grey business jacket when he appeared on NBC’s “Meet the News” to discuss Facebook’s terrible news. In response to a question about the headband, he tweets,

During a lengthy and unusual Covid-time reporting assignment, I wore the headband almost constantly. I hope everyone who saw the show enjoyed themselves. When I awoke at 4 a.m. Pacific, I had two desires: to take part in a fruitful discussion about a potentially game-changing technological venture or to wear a sport-coat embellished sweatband on national television. I am confident that I succeeded in the latter.”

Mr. Horwitz’s appearance on NBC sparked imitators just hours after it aired. Many of Mr. Horwitz’s supporters are irritated that he is wearing a headband during an interview, with one asking, “What’s with the headband?” During the first few minutes, I’m completely distracted. You don’t need it to be a source of distraction.”

Body Measurements: Height, Weight, Hair color

Height in feet inches – 5’ 9” – in Centimeters – 175 cm
Weight in Kilograms – 68 kg  –  in Pounds –  150 lbs
Shoe Size 9 (US)
Hair Color Brown
Eye Color Green
Body Type Slim

Social Media Details

Jeff Horwitz does is not currently available on social media platforms such as Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, YouTube, and TikTok.