This Biography is about one of the best Newspaper Columnist Maureen Dowd including her Height, weight,Age & Other Detail…
|Biography Of Maureen Dowd|
|Real Name||Maureen Dowd|
|Profession||Journalists, Newspaper Columnists|
|Nick Name||Maureen Bridgid Dowd|
|Famous as||American Columnist|
|Personal Life of Maureen Dowd|
|Born on||14 January 1952|
|Born in||Washington, D.C.|
|Family Background of Maureen Dowd|
|Education||Immaculata High School B.A., Catholic University of America|
|Awards||1991 – Breakthrough Award 1994 – Matrix Award|
|Personal Fact of Maureen Dowd|
Maureen Dowd is one of the most well-known columnists in America, who won the Pulitzer Prize for her columns on the ‘Lewinsky scandal’ during the presidency of Bill Clinton. Her career in journalism took birth after she became an editorial assistant with the newspaper, the ‘Washington Star’, where she rose up the ladder to become a sports reporter, feature writer and metropolitan reporter.
She later worked for the Times magazine for a brief period, before joining the ‘The New York Times’ Washington bureau as a correspondent. She also authored the column On Washington for The New York Times Magazine. She was later appointed as the The New York Times Op-Ed page columnist.
Known for her powerful articles on politics and political figures, her skilful, sharp commentary earned her a loyal readership, making her a popular writer. She has also authored two books Bushworld: Enter At Your Own Risk’ and the controversial Are Men Necessary When Sexes Collide’. She has a B.A in English from The Catholic University. She has been a recipient of numerous awards and anecdotes including The Damon Runyon Award.