Jane Coaston is an American political journalist and has worked with various journalism companies. She graduated from the University of Michigan and received the Stephen J. Tonsor Award for Best Oral Thesis Presentation on “Nazi Propaganda Before and After the Battle of Stalingrad.” She recently came under the spotlight for working as a host and editor for The Argument at The New York Times.
Jane Coaston was born on September 3, 1987 in Cincinnati, Ohio, United States. Her parents’ names are Byron Coaston and Jody Coaston. She also has a sister whose name is Susannah Coaston. At a young age, she was really a studious child and enjoyed showing interest in current affairs. Jane completed her secondary education at a local school in her hometown. Later, in 2005, she went to the University of Michigan. From there she received a BA in History and Political Science. She was also invited to attend the Collegiate Network’s Geostrategic Journalism Conference in Prague, Czech Republic.
After completing his studies, he began to develop his professional career. In June 2009, she worked as a staff writer for the St. Louis Post Dispatch in St Louis, Missouri. The next year, in September, she worked as an editorial research intern for The Chronicle of Higher Education. In January 2011, she worked as a writer and staff writer for Arabella Advisors in Washington, DC. The next year, in March, she worked as the Media Relations Coordinator for the Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation. Later, in 2013, she served as Press Secretary for the Environmental Working Group.
In September 2014 she worked as a writer for the human rights campaign. Later, in February 2016, she worked as a political reporter at MTV Networks / Logo. She there she covered the 2016 elections and American politics. The following year, she worked as a senior political reporter for Vox Media Inc. In November 2020, she was seen working as a host and editor for “The Argument.” She is currently building her fan base through an Opinion podcast and a loyal audience. Along with that, she’ll have a rotating cast of guests and debaters that includes Ross and Michelle.
Jane is an active user of social media apps like Instagram and Twitter. She likes to share her opinion on current issues and posts photos about her lifestyle and her work. On her Instagram account she has 4,492 followers and 1,326 followers. While on her Twitter account she has obtained more than 139.8 thousand followers and 692 followers.
Biography of Jane Coaston
|Real name||coastal jane|
|Birthdate||September 23, 1987|
|Age (as of 2022)||34 years|
|place of birth||Cincinnati, Ohio, United States|
|Colleague||University of Michigan|
|Height||in feet inches – 5′ 6” – in centimeters – 168 cm|
|Weight||in kilograms – 59 kg – in pounds – 130 lbs|
|Hair color||Dark brown|
|eye color||Dark brown|
|Who is your partner/boyfriend?||Jefcoate O’Donnell|
Jane Coaston is currently married. On May 2, 2015, he married his wife named Jefcoate O’Donnell. The duo tied the knot in a private and intimate wedding ceremony. His wife previously worked at MTV Networks. They like to keep their relationship low-key and out of the limelight, but they are seen spending a lot of quality time together.
Jane Coaston Net Worth
Jane Coaston has earned a fortune from her career working in the field of politics and journalism. Lately, she has been working for the New York Times, which brings in a lot of income. She earns an average salary of $69,121 per year. According to sources, her net worth has been estimated to be around $699,122. She also attends many events and makes guest appearances.
- Her father is a retired librarian, while her mother claims to be a case manager at Lighthouse Youth & Family Services.
- His mom has helped thousands of abused children so far.
- At the University of Michigan, she was editor-in-chief of the Michigan Review in 2009.
- He is a two-time recipient of the James B. Angell Scholar Award and a four-time recipient of University Honors.
- Jane’s wife completed her graduation from Harvard and Oxford.
- At Vox Media Inc, he has written about the Republican Party and American conservatism; and also co-host of The Weeds.