Inga Saffron Biography
Inga Saffron is an American architecture critic and journalist currently writing for The Philadelphia Inquirer about planning issues, architecture, and design. While writing for The Philadelphia Inquirer in 2014, she won the Pulitzer Prize for Criticism.
Inga Saffron Age
Inga Saffron was born in Levittown, New York, United States of America, on 9th, November 1957. She is 64 years old.
Inga Saffron Height
Inga is a woman of standard stature and stands at a height of 5 ft 5 in (Approx. 1.65 m).
Inga Saffron Family
Inga saffron was born and brought up in Levittown, New York, United States of America, on 9th, November 1957 by her supportive and caring parents. She holds American citizenship by birth and belongs to the white ethnic group. However, Inga has not revealed details regarding her parents or siblings.
Inga Saffron Husband
Inga Saffron is happily married to her lovely husband Ken Kalfus. The duo resides in Philadelphia and shares a daughter called Sky.
Inga Saffron Education
Inga Saffron went to New York University. Later, she studied for one year, abroad in France then moved to Dublin after deciding not to return to school. While in Ireland, Inga worked as a freelancer with Newsweek for many local publications.
Inga Saffron Salary
Inga Saffron receives an average salary of $93,256 annually. This is in accordance with The Philadelphia Inquirer writer’s salaries.
Inga Saffron Net Worth
Inga Saffron attains her wealth from her career and has an estimated net worth of $1 million.
Inga Saffron Career
Inga Saffron is currently writing for The Philadelphia Inquirer about planning issues, architecture, and design. While writing for The Philadelphia Inquirer in 2014, she won the Pulitzer Prize for Criticism. While in Ireland, Inga worked as a freelancer with Newsweek for many local publications.
She kicked off her journalism career in Ireland as a magazine writer and worked for the Courier-News in Plainfield, N.J., prior to joining The Inquirer as a suburban reporter in 1985. Moreover, Inga Saffron is the author of “Caviar: The Strange History and Uncertain Future of the World’s Most Coveted Delicacy,” published in 2002 by Broadway Books.
Inga Saffron wrote for the Courier-News of New Jersey, after returning to the United States. She joined The Philadelphia Inquirer in 1984. Inga covered the Yugoslav Wars and First Chechen War, while she worked as Inquirer’s Moscow correspondent from 1994 to 1998.
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