The veteran American Journalist, Judy Woodruff has worked for numerous television organizations, including NBC News, CNN, and PBS. Judith is a member of the Council on Foreign Relations and board member of the International Women’s Media Foundation. She currently co-hosts the PBS NewsHour show with her fellow debate moderator Gwen Ifill. Judy has earned a Duke Distinguished Alumni award, the Edward R. Murrow Lifetime Achievement Award in Broadcast Journalism, Cine Lifetime Achievement Award and the University of Southern California Walter Cronkite Award for Excellence in Journalism.
Career and Progression:
Judy started her journalistic career in 1970 as a news anchor at CBS affiliate WAGA-TV in Atlanta, Georgia. She then entered NBC News and covered in Atlanta about the 1976 U.S. Presidential Campaign of then-governor of Georgia Jimmy Carter in 1975. Judy served as a Chief White House Correspondent for NBC News from 1977 to 1982 and then worked for the program of NBC named The Today Show for a year.
Judy has also worked in the several documentaries including Generation next. She has authored a book named This Is Judy Woodruff at the White House and The Theodore H. White lecture with Judy Woodruff. She currently is on the advisory board of a nonprofit organization, America Abroad Media.
How much is Judy worth?
Judy Woodruff has contributed more than four decades of her life in journalism. She has served as reporter, host, analyst and documentary. Her works in the big scale media not only provided her recognition but the enormous sum of salary. It enabled her to enjoy the splendid net worth of $3 million.
Personal Life: Husband, Children, and Family
The gorgeous anchor, Judy tied the knot with Al Hunt, a former journalist of CNN and the wall street journal and now an executive editor of Bloomberg News based in Washington D.C. The couple is enjoying a lovely family life along with three children.
Judy mostly stays numb regarding her children, but according to a source, her son, Jeff Hunt was born in Spinda Bifida who is young now. Judy has a beautiful family of five who are committed to help and support each other.
Belonging to white ethnicity, Judy Woodruff was born on 20 November 1946 in Tulsa Oklahoma. She currently resides in Washington D.C with her husband and children. She was crowned Young Miss Augusta 1963 in Augusta, Georgia. She earned a degree in Political Science from Duke University after being transferred from Meredith College. Judy is blessed with a tall height and lovely smile that enhances her personality.