Susan Stamberg Bio, Wiki, Age, Husband, NPR, Net Worth, Salary, Twitter

Susan Stamberg Biography

Susan Stamberg is an American radio journalist, best known as the former co-host of NPR’s flagship program All Things Considered. Susan made history as the first female host of a national news program in that capacity. After over five decades in the media, she now works as a Special Correspondent.

Susan Stamberg Age

Susan is 83 years old as of 2021. She was born on September 7, 1938, in Newark, New Jersey, United States of America. She celebrates her birthday on the 7th of September every year.

Susan Stamberg Height

Stamberg stands at a height of approximately 1.7 meters.

Susan Stamberg Family

Stamberg has managed to keep her personal life away from the limelight hence she has not disclosed any information about her parents. It is also not known if Susan has any siblings. She is a cousin to Ari Shapiro, the current All Things Considered host.

Susan Stamberg Husband

Stamberg is the wife of the late Louis C. Stamberg who passed away on October 9, 2007. Her late husband served as a program officer with the Agency for International Development. He spent over two years at the USAID mission in New Delhi. The two were blessed with one son; actor Josh Stamberg.

Susan Stamberg Son

Joshua Collins Stamberg, her son, who is an actor was born in the United States on January 4, 1970.  From 2009 through 2012, Joshua starred in the Lifetime comedy-drama series Drop Dead Diva. He also appeared on Parenthood, The Affair, and WandaVision on a regular basis.

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Susan Stamberg Net Worth

Stamberg has an estimated net worth of $2.5 Million which she has earned through her successful career as a journalist.

Susan Stamberg Salary

Stamberg earns an annual salary of $76,938.

Susan Stamberg Education

Barnard College awarded Stamberg his bachelor’s degree. Susan has also received honorary degrees, including a Doctor of Humane Letters from Dartmouth College. Susan is a member of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, as well as Silliman College and Yale University. She has previously served on the boards of the PEN/Faulkner Fiction Award Foundation and Columbia University’s Graduate School of Journalism’s National Arts Journalism Program.

Susan Stamberg NPR – All Things Considered

Susan is a special correspondent for NPR at the moment. Susan has worked for the network since it first began in 1971. She hosted NPR’s award-winning news magazine All Things Considered for 14 years beginning in early 1972. Susan went on to host Weekend Edition Sunday after that.

She currently works for Morning Edition and Weekend Edition Saturday, where she covers cultural problems. Novelist E.L. Doctorow has praised Susan’s interviewing abilities, calling her “fresh,” “warm,” and “the closest thing to an enlightened humanist on the radio.” Susan’s most vital interviews are unified with Luciano Pavarotti, Dave Brubeck, Rosa Parks, Billy Crystal, and Laura Bush.

Prior to joining NPR, she was a maker, program chief, and senior supervisor of NPR Member Station WAMU-FM/Washington, DC. Aside from her Hall of Fame acceptances, Susan got different acknowledgments, for example, the American Women in Radio and Television Distinguished Broadcaster Award, The Ohio State University’s Golden Anniversary Director’s Award, the Corporation for Public Broadcasting Edward R. Murrow Award, as well as the Armstrong and duPont Awards.

Notwithstanding her news-casting work, Susan facilitated various series on PBS. She directed three Fred Rogers television specials for grown-ups, highlighted as a storyteller in execution with the St. Louis Symphony Orchestra as well as the National Symphony Orchestra. Likewise, she filled in as an analyst, visitor, and o-have on various business TV programs. Susan’s voice was highlighted on Broadway in the Wendy Wasserstein play called An American Daughter.

Susan Stamberg Hall Of Fame

Susan was named to the National Radio Hall of Fame in 1996. For her achievements in radio, she was honored with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame on March 3, 2020. She interviewed Fred Rogers multiple times while hosting All Things Considered. In the 1980s, Susan and Rogers collaborated on multiple television shows.

Susan Stamberg Cranberry Relish Recipe

Since 1971, Susan has given NPR listeners her mother-in-cranberry law’s relish recipe, known as Mama Stamberg’s Cranberry Relish Recipe. The recipe is for a cranberry relish sauce that includes horseradish as one of the main components. Every year, she comes up with a distinct and creative manner to offer the recipe. Susan famously shared the dish in 2010 with rapper Coolio. Craig Claiborne first published Mama Stamberg’s Cranberry Relish Recipe in his culinary column in 1959.

Susan Stamberg Book

Susan is also a published author, in addition to covering news and doing interviews. She has co-edited a third book and is the author of two books. Susan’s book, Talk: NPR’s Susan Stamberg Considers All Things, documents her twenty years at NPR. In 1982, Pantheon published her debut book, Every Night at Five: Susan Stamberg’s All Things Considered Book. She also co-edited W. W. Norton’s 1992 book The Wedding Cake in the Middle of the Road. Susan commissioned a series of pieces for Weekend Edition Sunday, which became the book.

Stamberg NPR

Susan works at NPR as a correspondent alongside other talented journalists, who include;

  1. Arun Rath
  2. David Schaper
  3. Vanessa Romo
  4. Alina Selyukh