E. J. Dionne Biography
E. J. Dionne is an American political commentator, long-time op-ed columnist, and journalist currently working for The Washington Post. E. J. Dionne also serves at the Brookings Institution as the Senior Fellow in Governance Studies and he is also a professor in the McCourt School of Public Policy of Georgetown University as well as the Foundations of Democracy and Culture.
E. J. Dionne Age
E. J. Dionne was born in Boston, Massachusetts, in the United States on 23rd April 1952. He is 70 years old.
E. J. Dionne Height
He stands at a standard stature. However, he has not disclosed his exact height measurement.
E. J. Dionne Family
E. J. Dionne was born and brought up by his father Eugène J. Dionne, a dentist and the late Lucienne (née Galipeau), a librarian and teacher.
E. J. Dionne Education
Dionne is a graduate of both Portsmouth Priory and Benedictine college preparatory school in Portsmouth, Rhode Island. He also graduated from Harvard University, where he attained his A.B. summa cum laude in Social Studies in 1973. Dionne also attended Balliol College, Oxford, and received his DPhil in Sociology after graduation. While there he was a Rhodes Scholar.
E. J. Dionne Wife
He is happily married to his lovely wife Mary Boyle Dionne and they share three children namely, James Dionne (son), Margot Dionne (daughter), and Julia Dionne (daughter).
E. J. Dionne Salary
He bags an estimated salary of $24,292 and $72,507 annually, working as a political commentator and journalist.
E. J. Dionne Net Worth
E.J. Dionne has an estimated net worth ranging between $500,000- $1 million.
E. J. Dionne Career
E.J. Dionne kicked off his career as a political commentator and journalist after his University education. Dionne publishes his books and sells them around the world. His books included: Our Divided Political Heart: The Battle for the American Idea in an Age of Discontent (2012), Souled Out: Reclaiming Faith and Politics After the Religious Right of (2008), to Stand up in a Fight Back: Republican Toughs, Democratic Wimps, and Politics of Revenge (2004), and They Only Look Dead: Why Progressives Will Dominate the Next Political Era (1996).
Before becoming a columnist for the Post in 1993, Dionne worked for The New York Times and that paper as a reporter. He later moved to the left-liberal The National Memo news-politics website. He has been condemned for his declarations concerning the NRA, calling them “terrorists” in 2012, op-ed published after the Sandy Hook shooting in the Washington Post, in 2012.