Jeanna Smialek is New York-based Federal Reserve and economy reporter, based in New York Times. She is a native of Pittsburgh, Tar Heel, and has written books on central banking’s new era, out 2/28. You can find her publications on the links or websites like nytimes.com, mit.edu, bloomberg.com, theage.com.au, economist.com, penguinrandomhouse.com, and bloombergquint.com.
She has written lots of articles and stories on the subjects like business, child care, china, Biden, black, black women, economy, fed, finance, cryptocurrencies, econ, economics, etc. On 28th February 2023, she launched her book called Limitless- THE FEDERAL RESERVE TAKES ON A NEW AGE OF CRISIS. She often stays in the limelight because of her articles and her comments on newly highlighted subjects.
Jeanna Smialek was born on 30th March 1991 and brought up outside Mars, Pa., near Pittsburgh. She is a graduate student of the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, and has completed her part-time study for a master’s in business administration at N.Y.U. (New York University).
Jeanna Smialek Career
Jeanna has been working as the Federal Reserve reporter at The New York Times since April 2019. There, she has covered economic policies (since 2013) and has been covering the subjects like the Treasury Department, growth data, and the European Central Bank. since April 2019, she has been working with New York Times.
Before that, she worked for around six years and four months for Bloomberg News and Bloomberg Businessweek, where she used to write content for them. She has given regular contributions to the subjects like MarketPlace radio, and Wharton Business Daily and occasionally contributes to CNN, BBC Radio, C-SPAN, and CBSN. She is a native of Pittsburgh and often splits her time between two places – Washington, D.C., and New York City. While at Bloomberg News, she was working as an economics reporter and had to contribute her hard work, splitting time between Washington, D.C., and New York City.
During her career, she has written content for various subjects like the gross domestic product (GDP), jobs, the Federal Reserve, European Central Bank, and Treasury Department. She also features stories about the labor market implications of the opioid crisis. With the help of a nun from a small town in West Virginia, she learned about the local labor market barriers and took the help of Ohio police on heroin busts for writing a story explaining the supply and demand in the illicit drug market.
Jeanna Smialek Biography
|Real Name||Jeanna Smialek|
|Birth Date||30 March 1991|
|Age (as of 2023)||31 Years|
|Birth Place||Mars, Pennsylvania, United States|
|College||New York University|
|Height||in feet inches – 5’ 6” – in Centimeters – 168 cm|
|Weight||in Kilograms – 54 kg – in Pounds – 119 lbs|
|Sister||Elezabeth Smialek, Salina Smialek|
|Who is her husband?||–|
Jeanna is a happy-living married woman, as evidenced by her official Instagram profile. She posted several series of pictures on her Instagram back in August 2021, August 2022, and January 2023. It seems that the two went on a trip and posed together for an Instagram picture. Back in September 2018, she posted with a boy (who seems to be around her age) and captioned,
“Got this guy to pose like a tourist in his native land 📸”.
Jeanna Smialek is available on Twitter, LinkedIn, and Instagram. You may find lots of details on her on the various high-profile pages like the New York Times, and Bloomberg News – the places where she has contributes to her duties as an employee. Seeing her Instagram pictures, one can depict that she is fond of traveling. She had a throwback on her old picture of her youth days and posted the same on the eve of Christmas in 2016, on her Instagram. She hardly mentions the details about her parents, siblings, and other relatives of the family.
Jeanna Smialek Net Worth
Jeanna Smialek is maintaining her employment with high-profile media outlets like Bloomberg News and the New York Post. Despite this, she is also an author and writer. Although she has not hinted at her net worth, we assume it is as high as $5 million.