Caitlin Dickerson Biography and Wiki
Caitlin Dickerson is an American journalist who is a reporter for The Atlantic, focused on immigration. She previously worked as a national reporter for The New York Times, a political analyst for CNN, and an investigative reporter for NPR. Dickerson is a frequent guest on the news podcast The Daily and has hosted several episodes
Caitlin won a 2015 Peabody Award for an NPR special series on race-based testing of mustard gas on American troops in WWII.
Caitlin Dickerson Age and Birthday
Caitlin is currently 36 years old as of 2021. However, her date of birth, and birthday are unknown at the moment since she has not disclosed them publicly. This section will be updated as soon as it is available.
Caitlin Dickerson Height
Dickerson stands at an average height and stature. However, actual measurements concerning her height have not yet been revealed. We are keeping tabs and will update when her height details have been established.
Cailin Dickerson Education
Caitlin attended Golden Valley High School and graduated in 2007. She later joined California State University, Long Beach where she graduated with a degree in Bachelor of Arts/Science.
Caitlin Dickerson Family
The journalist hails from the United States. She belongs to mixed ethnicity and holds an American nationality. However, efforts to identify her parents were to no avail since she has not revealed any details about them. Her parents raised her along with her sister named Kelly Dickerson. This section will be updated soon.
Caitlin Dickerson Husband
Caitlin has managed to keep her romantic life private since there is no record of any of her relationships. We are keeping tabs and will update her current partner soon.
Caitlin Dickerson Salary
Dickerson earns an average salary of around $95,352 per year.
Caitlin Dickerson Net Worth
Caitlin has an estimated net worth of $1 million to $5 million as of 2021. Her primary source of income is her career as a journalist.
Caitlin Dickerson New York Times
Dickerson joined the staff of The New York Times as a national immigration reporter in 2016. She made several major stories for the Times on the deportation and detention of undocumented immigrants. In June 2019 she reported on crowding and unsanitary conditions at a border station facility housing hundreds of children.
Caitlin Dickerson Career
Dickerson kicked off her career as an intern at National Public Radio(NPR). She worked at NPR as a producer, before landing a role on NPR’s Investigations Desk. She made her first reporting on the testing of mustard gas by the U.S. military on American troops during WWII, in which subjects were grouped by race.
Her report revealed that the Department of Veteran Affairs had broken promises it had made in the 1990s to seek out and provide compensation to veterans who had suffered permanent injuries as a result of the testing. Dickerson and her investigative team were later awarded a 2015 Peabody Award and a 2016 RTDNA National Edward R. Murrow Award.