Libby Casey

Libby Casey, The Washington Post editor, has managed to keep her love life a secret despite being in the spotlight for a long time for her incredible work.

Awards and Honors, as well as Net Worth

The National Federation of Community Broadcasters honored the journalist with a Silver Reel for her hard work in journalism. Similarly, the Alaska Press Club honored her with a Public Service Award. She also received the Edward R. Morrow (RTDNA) Northwest Regional Award, which is one of the most prestigious awards in journalism.

Although it is unknown how much the journalist has earned from her successful career, according to one source, her salary at The Washington Post could be around $89 thousand per year.

Is Casey in a relationship?

Regardless of how well-known her professional career has been, the journalist prefers to keep her personal life private. However, it is known that Casey is married, but further information about her marriage is unavailable.

Although she is active on her social media accounts, she prefers to share news and updates as well as work-related posts and rarely shares personal events.

Furthermore, the journalist does not yet have any children, and it is unknown whether she and her husband are still together.

Libby Casey
Casey, Libby, and her husband. (Image courtesy of Hollywood Mask)

How She Achieved Success in Her Career

After graduating from Sarah Lawrence College and the University of Alaska Fairbanks with a journalism degree, the 45-year-old began her professional career in Alaska at a radio station and KUAC TV.

She joined the Alaska Public Radio network in 2008 as a Washington Correspondent, where she stayed for four years before leaving in 2012. She continued her journey by becoming a host for C-SPAN tv’s Washington Journal. Casey’s exposure had increased significantly as a result of her work with C-SPAN.

After four years with C-SPAN, she left in 2013 to join AI Jazeera America as a Washington DC Correspondent. She stayed for almost three years before landing a job at The Washington Post in 2016.

She began her career at The Washington Post as a Facebook Live Video Host for six months before moving on to become a Video Journalist covering content on politics and accountability since 2017 and is still going strong with her effort and dedication.

Quick Information

Date of Birth 1976 Nationality American
Profession Journalist Marital Status Married
Husband/Spouse Not Disclosed Divorced/Engaged Not Yet
Gay/Lesbain No Ethnicity White
Net Worth Under Review Social Media Twitter
Children/Kids Not Yet Height N/A
Education Sarah Lawrence College, University of Alaska Fairbanks

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