Martha Raddatz  Bio, Age, Height Husband, Salary, Net Worth ABC News

Martha Raddatz Biography

Martha Raddatz works for ABC News as a news anchor, reporter, and Chief Global Affairs Correspondent. Raddatz also is a co-anchor in the program known as ‘This Week with George Stephanopoulos”.

Martha Raddatz Age

Raddatz was born on February 14, 1953, in Idaho Falls, Idaho, the United States. She is 69 years old.

Martha Raddatz Height

Raddatz stands at a moderate height of 5 feet 5 inches 1.7 m tall.

Martha Raddatz Family

Raddatz has not disclosed details on his parents and siblings.

Martha Raddatz Husband

Raddatz was first married to Ben Braddle Jr, he worked as an author. And journalist, they separated and she walked down the aisle again with Julius Genachowski. He worked as a businessman and Lawyer, from 1991 to 1997, sadly they divorced. As of now, she is a married man to Tom Gjelten, they exchanged vows in 1997.

Martha Raddatz Children

Raddatz has two children; Greta Bradlee and Jake Genachowski.

Martha Raddatz Salary

She annually earns a salary of $100,000,  in accordance with ABC news reporter’s/anchors salaries.

Martha Raddatz Net Worth

Raddatz has an approximated net worth of $2.5 Million.

Martha Raddatz Career

Raddatz works at ABC News as an anchor. She worked for National Public Radio (NPR) as the Pentagon correspondent from 1993 to 1998 previously. Raddatz began working at a local station after dropping her degree at the University of Utah.

She worked as senior national security after some time, she was appointed to work for the George W additionally. Bush administration as an ABC’s chief White House correspondent. Raddatz was assigned to work as  ABC’s Chief Global Affairs correspondent in November 2008.

She works at The New Republic as a contributor and works for World News Tonight and Nightline as a reporter also. Raddatz has covered foreign policy for almost two decades.  She worked as the moderator of the Vice-Presidential debate between Paul Ryan.

And Joe Biden at Centre College, in Danville, Kentucky on October 11, 2012. Raddatz worked as a co-moderator for the second presidential debate, between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump, it was in 2016 at Washington University in St. Louis together with Anderson Cooper.