Drew Grant bio, Career, Early life, Personal life, Net worth, Facts
Who is Drew Grant?
Drew is a vertical TV founder, TV Download. She currently serves as The New York Observer's editor of Arts and Entertainment. The career-focused woman has also been working at RealCearLife since November 2017 as a managing editor.
In the Early Life of Drew Grant
Grant was born in Park Slope. Throughout most of her childhood years, she grew up in Delaware along with her parents. She is of American nationality. Additionally, there are no details available about her ethnic background. Talking about her education, Grant attended Oberlin College in 2002. Later, she graduated with a Bachelor of Arts with a major in English Language and Literature in 2006.
In the career of Drew Grant
Fig: Drew Grant lifestyle
Drew Grant joined the workforce in the following year after graduating from Oberlin College in 2006 as a pop culture editorial assistant at 236.com, Huffington Post's sister site. Before joining Jossip Initiatives, a web publisher who publishes blogs, she worked there for one year and four months as an editor. From August 2008 to May 2009, she was employed there for ten months. Starting in April 2009, she started blogging at Nerve, a digital communications company that focuses on strategy, creativity, and technology to teach audiences how to be more engaged, informed, inspired, and empowered to act. Grant joined Crushable.com at the time she started to blog for Nerve as an employee writer. Crushable was previously an online news agency that reported solely on pop culture but later changed its name to Alloy and became an online women's magazine.
Grant joined Salon Media Group as a Pop Culture Author for nearly two years after working there until February 2011. Founded in 1995 by David Talbot, Salon is a political progressive, liberal website of American news and opinions. Grant worked in the New York office of the company. She spent seven months working for Salon and subsequently joined the New York Observer in September of that year as a writer. The New York Observer tenure of Grant was considerable. For five years and ten months, she worked there until June 2017. She finally rose up and became the editor of arts and entertainment. She also set up the vertical TV, tvDownload from the Observer. Grant was hired by the RealClear Media Group, 14 brands mixed with different interests after leaving Observer. She went to Los Angeles from New York to take her new job. For six months, between November 2017 and April 2018 she worked for RealClear Media Group. She has been a writer and listmaker at Ranker since May 2018. She has also worked in many fashions and fun news outlets such as Cosmopolitan, Forbes, AV Club, Observer, Maxim, The Toast, Jezebel and RealClearLife, along with Bunny Ears.
How much is the net worth of Drew Grant?
Grant has not disclosed its existing wages. However, she currently has an estimated net value of approximately $500,000.
In the Personal Life of Drew Grant
Fig: Drew Grant with her ex-husband Ari Melber
Drew Grant was born in Park Slope, Northwest Brooklyn, New York City, a residential neighborhood. Early life and childhood are little known. She moved with her family to Delaware when she was young. She grew up in Oberlin College and, after graduating from high school, enrolled in Oberlin, Ohio. She graduated from an English Language and Literature Bachelor of Arts in 2006. Grant met Ari Melber at the 2010 social event. Ari proposed to grant after three years. She agreed and sometime in 2014 they were married. In his professional career, Melber steadily increased to the ranks and in July 2017 was the host of MSNBC's Beat with Ari Melber. In 2017, the couple divorced. There were no children in the relationship. Drew Grant currently has a relationship with a man named Richard Alexander and he often appears on her posts in the social media. She is now living in California's Los Angeles.
Facts of Drew Grant
On social media platforms, especially Twitter and Facebook Drew became quite popular. Her Twitter official account has nearly 10,000 people, with whom she shared her recent work, her personal opinions, and insights, including her thoughts on the new "Fantastic Beasts" film, among many other articles. You also can find Drew on Facebook, but she has more personal information about this account and you must ask her for access to friendship. However, you can still see her posts, including this image of her preparation for work. On Instagram, Drew is not active.
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