Susan Ferrechio is a journalist, news correspondent, and reporter who works as the National Politics Correspondent for The Washington Times, a role she assumed in 2022. SEED will explore her education, biography, career, and other aspects of her life on this page.
Susan Ferrechio Biography
She was born in 1954 in Marlboro, Massachusetts, in the New England region of the Northeastern United States. Susan loves to keep a low profile, and we could not gather information about her siblings or parents, but once we can do that, this page will be updated immediately.
Apart from being a professional journalist, she is also a wife and mother, a role she has performed very well. She is married to Doug Mckelway, a journalist who is an anchor for the Good Morning Washington Show.
Susan Ferrechio Education
The name of the high school she attended is unknown, but upon completion, she proceeded to Clark University, where she obtained a B. A in Psychology and Sociology. Susan furthered her education by attending Harvard Extension School in 1991 and graduating in 1992, obtaining a Communication, Journalism, and Related Programs degree.
Susan Ferrechio Career
Her first role dates back to 1992, when she worked as a Production Assistant – Intern for CNN for seven months. She joined Times Community Newspaper in January 1993 and was assigned the Reporter and county Editor role.
After working with Times Community Newspaper for over two years, she joined The Journal Newspaper. She stayed there for eight months before moving to the Washington Times in March 1996 to work as a Correspondent.
Susan left The Washington Times after three years. She worked with the following organizations: The Miami Herald, Congressional Quarterly, and The Washington Examiner, which whom she worked for 14 years and eight months before moving to take up the role of National Politics Correspondent in The Washington Times.
Susan Ferrechio’s Net worth
Susan’s average salary is slightly over $70,000, and she has an estimated net worth of $1.8million, having worked as a journalist for a long time.