Jennifer Harper Biography
Jennifer Harper is a brilliant and active American journalist presently working. In Washington as a political columnist and media analyst at The Washington Times. In 2009, she has been a part of the family since officially joining the family.
Harper has been awarded 14 awards throughout her journalism career. She loves traveling and spending time with her friends and family during her free time.
Jennifer Harper Age
Jennifer Harper was born in Elizabeth, New Jersey, in the United States of America. But, she has not shared her exact age, day, date, and year of birth with the media.
Jennifer Harper Height
Harper stands at a moderate height of 5 ft 5 inches/ 1.65 m tall.
Jennifer Harper Family
Harper was born in Elizabeth, New Jersey but grew up in Texas in the United States of America to her loving parents. She holds an American nationality by birth but belongs to the white ethnicity. Harper was the only child.
Jennifer Harper Husband
Harper has not disclosed any information about her love life to the limelight.
Jennifer Harper Children
Harper’s children and not known to the public.
Jennifer Harper Education
Harper earned her High School Diploma from a local High school and later decided. To further her studies at Syracuse University, where she attained HarperBachelor of Arts degree in broadcast journalism.
Jennifer Harper Salary
Harper receives an annual salary that ranges from $32,797 to $51,514, according to The Washington Times political columnist and media analyst salary.
Jennifer Harper Net Worth
Harper earns an estimated net worth of $1 million U.S dollars.
Jennifer Harper Career
Presently, Harper works as a political columnist and media analyst at The Washington Times. In 2009, she has been part of the family since officially joining the station. Harper writes in the Beltway column and the daily Inside.
She also covers various sectors including public opinion, popular culture, politics, and media issues furthermore. Harper has been awarded 14 journalism awards due to her outstanding and remarkable skills.
She has appeared as a commentator in major television stations including MSNBC, C-SPAN. Citadel Broadcasting, Talk Radio Network, Voice of America, CNN, and Fox News other than working for the Washington Times.