Matt Vensel Biography
Matt Vensel works as a writer and editor for HCPro since December 2017. Vensel is the lead writer and editor of monthly digital newsletters that focus. On patient and employee safety issues in the healthcare industry.
He worked at Star Tribune for three years and five months as a Vikings beat reporter previously.
Matt Vensel Age
He has managed to keep details on his exact day, year, and place of birth away from media.
Matt Vensel Height
He stands at a moderate height of 5 ft 7 in/1.74 m tall.
Matt Vensel Family
He has not mentioned out to the public details on his parents and siblings.
Matt Vensel Wife
He has kept information on his love life confidential. Hence it’s not known if Vensel is married, engaged, or single.
Matt Vensel Education
He graduated with a bachelor’s degree in Media studies, from Pen State University in 2005. Vensel worked as a Media Relations Intern at The Pittsburgh Penguins also. He also studied at Townson University and got his master’s degree in Professional Writing in addition.
Matt Vensel Salary
He receives an annual salary of $59,670, according to HCPro editor’s salaries.
Matt Vensel Net Worth
H earns an estimated net worth of $1 million.
Matt Vensel Career
Since December 2017, he works for HCPro as a writer and editor. Vensel is the lead writer and editor of monthly digital newsletters that focus on patient and employee safety issues in the healthcare industry.
He worked at Star Tribune for three years and five months as a Vikings beat reporter previously. Vensel worked for nine months as a Community Coordinator at The Baltimore Sun prior. He was reassigned as Blogger and Reporter from February 2011 to March 2014.
Also, Vensel spent two years working at The Towerlight as a Columnist, Staff Writer. Associate Sports, and Editor, this was after he graduated. He wrote columns for students’ newspapers and over 1000 articles at the school’s newspaper furthermore.
In 2008 , Vensel worked as a reporter at b free daily, after completing his master’s degree. He worked for the station for three years until February 2011.