Walter Robinson Biography
Walter Robinson is an American investigative reporter serving as editor-at-large. At The Boston Globe, where he has worked as a reporter and editor for 34 years. He was a distinguished professor of journalism.
At the Northeastern University School of Journalism from 2007 to 2014. Robinson has reported for the Globe from 48 states and more than 30 countries.
Walter Robinson Age
Walter Robinson was born in Boston, Massachusetts, in the United States on January 13, 1946. He is 76 years old as of 2022. He celebrates his birthday on January 13th every year.
Walter Robinson Height
Robinson stands at a height of 5 ft 10 in (Approx 1.78 m) tall.
Walter Robinson Family
Robinson was born in Boston, Massachusetts, in the United States to his amazing and supportive parents. But, he has not shared much about his parents and siblings to the limelight.
Walter Robinson Wife
Robinson is cherful married to his charming wife Barbara Wojtklewicz. Together, they are blessed with a daughter named Jessica Robinson.
Walter Robinson Children
Robinson and his loyal wife Barbara Wojtklewicz are the parents of their daughter called Jessica Robinson.
Walter Robinson Education
Robinson attended and graduated from Boston College High School after completing his primary education. He attended Northeastern University earning a journalism degree later on, in 1963. Robinson interrupted his college studies to join the Army during the 1960s.
Walter Robinson Salary
Robinson receives an annual salary that ranges between $84,155 – $109,733 per year, according to the Boston Globe Editors salary.
Walter Robinson Net Worth
Robinson earns an estimated net worth of $761,151 US dollars.
Walter Robinson Boston Globe
Robinson works as Editor-at-Large at The Boston Globe, since May 2014. He has served as a reporter and editor for 34 years at Boston Globe. Robinson worked as a Distinguished Professor of journalism. At the Northeastern Campus School of Journalism from 2007 to 2014.
He is also the Donald W. Reynolds Visiting Professor of Journalism at the Walter. Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication at Arizona State Campus. And as a Professor of Practice at the Northeastern Campus School of Journalism. Robinson has covered for the Globe from 48 states and over 30 countries.
Robinson led the Globe’s coverage of the Roman Catholic clergy sexual abuse scandal. For which the newspaper topped, and he personally accepted, the 2003 Pulitzer Prize for Public Service.
Robinson led the Spotlight Team, “Debtors Hell”, which exposed the practices of debt collectors during the last investigation. In 2007, it became a finalist for the Local covering Pulitzer. He was a local, state, and national political reporter over his Globe career. Robinson was the Globe’s city editor from 1992 to 1993, as well. As an assistant managing editor for local news from 1993 to 1996.