Nicholas Kristof – Know About Nicholas Carerr, Net Worth, Wife & Family Read Nicholas Books and Quotes

Nicholas Kristof was born on April 27, 1959 in Yamhill, Oregon, USA as Nicholas Donabet Kristof who is an American journalist and political commentator and a winner of two Pulitzer Prizes, he is a regular CNN contributor and has written an op-ed column for The New York Times since November 2001. His columns have often focused on global health, poverty and gender issues. Kristof is recognized for having “rewritten opinion journalism” with his emphasis on human rights abuses and social injustices, such as human trafficking, climate change, and race in America. He has lived on four continents, reported on six, and traveled to more than 150 countries. His co-author with his wife, Sheryl WuDunn, of five best-selling books, including the No. 1 best-seller Half the Sky (2009). Their most recent book is “Tightrope,” published in 2020.

NameNicholas Kristof
OccupationJournalist
Age61
Date of Birth27 April, 1995
Place of BirthChicago, United States
Star SignTaurus
CountryUnited States
GenderMale
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Nicholas Kristof Family

WifeSheryl WuDunn
MotherJane Kristof
FatherLadis Kristof
ChildrenGeoffrey Kristof, Caroline Kristof, Gregory Kristof
Nicholas Kristof & Sheryl WuDunn to Speak in Hartford - Hartford Courant

Nicholas Kristof Physical Stats

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Nicholas Kristof Education

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Alma MasterMagdalen College Oxford, Harvard University
UniversityHarvard University, The American University in Cairo,
University of Oxford
CollageHarvard Collage, Magdalen Collage
High SchoolYamhill Carltron High School
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Some famous Books by Nicholas Kristof

  • Tightrope: Americans Reaching for Hope in 2020
  • A Path Appears in 2014
  • Half the Sky in 2008
  • U.S and Japan in 2002
  • Thunder from the East in 2000
  • China Wakes in 1994
  • Freedom of the high school press Nicholas Kristof in 1983
  • China: Rising Power Nicholas Kristof

Nicholas Kristof Awards

  • Nicholas Kristof has won Pulitzer Prize for International Reporting
  • Nicholas Kristof has won Pulitzer Prize for Commentary
Nicholas D. Kristof | Academy of Achievement

Nicholas Kristof Net Worth:

Nicholas Kristof’s net worth or net income is estimated to be $1 million – $8 million dollars. He has made such an amount of wealth from his primary career as a Journalist.

Net Worth$1 million – $ 8 Million
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Source of IncomeJournalist
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Nicholas Kristof Inspirational & Motivational Quotes

  • The greatest problem is not with flat-out white racists, but rather with the far larger number of Americans who believe intellectually in racial equality but are quietly oblivious to injustice around them. – Nicholas Kristof
  • A basic element of the American dream is equal access to education as the lubricant of social and economic mobility. – Nicholas Kristof
  • I think we need to rethink a lot of business skills. In finance, for example, social impact bonds are potentially a way of providing capital for investments that save the public money in a context in which government often doesn’t invest in things that would save it money. – Nicholas Kristof
  • Maybe our best family trip started at Victoria Falls, which drenches you with spray and is so vast that it makes Niagara Falls seem like a backyard creek. Then we rented a car and made our way to Hwange National Park, which was empty of people but crowded with zebras, giraffes, elephants and more. – Nicholas Kristof
  • Since the end of the 1970s, something has gone profoundly wrong in America. Inequality has soared. Educational progress slowed. Incarceration rates quintupled. Family breakdown accelerated. Median household income stagnated. – Nicholas Kristof
  • Most moms and dads, they want to be good moms and dads. But it’s an incredibly hard job when you are stressed out, when you are poor, when your life is in chaos. And giving them some of the tools to be better parents, to whittle away at that parenting gap, gives those kids a much better starting point in life. – Nicholas Kristof
  • You educate a boy, and he’ll have fewer children, but it’s a small effect. You educate a girl, and, on average, she will have a significantly smaller family. – Nicholas Kristof
  • The best escalator to opportunity in America is education. – Nicholas Kristof

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