National Association of Black member, and an award-winning journalist, sometimes a panelist for NBC's public affairs program Meet the Press, Eugene Robinson.
He is known for being the winner of the Pulitzer Prize in 2009 for his Commentary on Barak Obama’s first presidential campaign.
He began in 1976 on his way to the journalist profession, in San Francisco Chronicle starting small as the trial of publishing heiress. His skill began improving well and more so by being the city-hall reporter at the paper, soon after rose and became the assistant city editor, a foreign correspondent in Buenos Aires, Argentina, and London, England.
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Soon after he started writing columns for the opinion page of the paper in 2005, also writes a twice-a-week column on politics and culture, and conducts a weekly online conversation with readers. Robinson frequently appears as a liberal political analyst on MSNBC cable-TV network's program and still does.
Robinson is a member of the National Association of Black Journalists and has received numerous journalism awards. In 2005, he started writing a column for the Op-Ed page. Eugene is the author of "Coal to Cream: A Black Man’s Journey Beyond Color to an Affirmation of Race" (1999) and "Last Dance in Havana" in 2004. Which most likely gained him millions of net worth and as for salary though he has not disclosed that information to the public but likely in the hundred thousand sections of the number according to some wiki sources.
Including he has a family to look, his wife and son, and a mortgage he must be living a bit of a luxurious lifestyle as he has earned awards and trophies for his work in many pieces he has written in and out of various companies.
Throughout the years, Eugene Robinson, age 65, has been relishing the peaceful married life with his wife, Avis C. Robinson. The couple shared their wedding vows back in 1978 and are in a medieval run of over four decades of married life.
His beloved wife, Avis, is the President and CEO of the organization, Washington Metropolitan Scholars, which provides scholarships for the African American High School student to complete their undergraduate education. She is also an artist and philanthropist best known for her quilts and paintings based on the issues over race, gender, oppression, and history.
Eugene Robinson with his wife-Avis C. Robinson (Photo: Zimbio)
In the course of their blissful married life, the couple welcomed two children, Aaron Eugene Esq. And Lowell Edward.
Currently, Eugene and his wife relish the longterm married life with intimated family love and affection. There are no rumors of his possible divorce with his wife. His marital status eliminates all those gay rumors swirled around the internet.
Young at heart and generous smile his full name being Eugene Harold Robinson does not use social media. Therefore, his measurement was not available due to the insufficient amount of wiki sources, but through it all, he still is a lucky man with amazing children.
He is of African-American Ethnicity and does not use social media, and it is unsure where his parents originated. The sixty-three-year-old was born on 12 March 1954 living together with his wife and their family in Arlington, Virginia with their two sons.