Ann Simmons is the Moscow bureau chief of The Wall Street Journal, who has spent nearly three decades of her life reporting from Africa, Europe, the Middle East and North America. Most recently she was a writer/editor at the Los Angeles Times on global development.
Ann Maria Simmons was born and raised in London and is currently in her 50s. She is often referred to as Ann M. Simmons. She received a double bachelor’s degree in Russian and Norwegian from the University of East Anglia. She later received her master’s degree in journalism from Columbia University’s Graduate School of Journalism. She has remained a longtime student of Russia. Before joining the Los Angeles Times, she remained part of Time Magazine in Moscow. She later moved to Africa where she worked as an office manager in Nairobi and Johannesburg.
Ann Simmons career
Ann Simmons served as a Bringing Home the World/Social Justice Fellow in 2014. She was also part of the Los Angeles Times, where she worked as a video journalist but was hired as a subway reporter and domestic and international correspondent. She originally belonged to Russia, where she worked for Times Magazine and gained the identity.
She rose to fame with Times Magazine covering the failed coup against former Soviet President Mikhail Gorbachev. Ann Simmons has worked as a video and multimedia journalist, domestic and foreign correspondent, and subway reporter. She has covered various news and headlines from Iraq.
She has shown her dedication and coverage of headlines from different countries around the world. Ann has also worked as bureau chief in Kenya and South Africa for the Los Angeles Times, covering conflict, politics, social and economic issues in 30 African countries. She has fulfilled her duties in places like Bosnia, Haiti and Iraq. Simmons has worked with the LA Times, where she has remained part of the reporting team and worked on reporting on Southern California wildfires.
While she was part of the team, Simmons won a Pulitzer Prize for Breaking News in 2004. She was later hired as a national reporter for the LA Times, covering the news surrounding Hurricane Katrina. She left the LA Times in 2018. Despite all of those positions, Simmons was a 2003 Neiman Fellow in journalism. She has worked as a part-time associate professor in the journalism department of California State University at Northridge. She was also elected as a journalist to the State University of New York.
Ann Simmons biography
|Ann M Simmons
|date of birth
|Age (as of 2022)
|place of birth
|London, United Kingdom
|in feet inches – 5′ 8” – in centimeters – 172 cm
|in kilograms – 58kg – in pounds – 127 pounds
Ann Simmons Family
|University of Columbia
|Is she lesbian?
No information is available about Simmons’ life. Everything available on the internet has to do with their career or professional life. She has not given the names of her parents, dates of her husband and information about their children. It is certain that she is married, but she has not provided any information about her husband. It seems like she wants to keep her life a secret from the public.
Ann Simmons net worth
Ann Simmons has worked for various media companies, covering news from different countries around the world. She has traveled abroad or to foreign countries where she has spent her time giving news and headlines on politics, natural disasters, wildfires and more. It is certain that she earns quite a bit due to her professional life. Although she has never disclosed her net worth or salary herself, we have estimated her net worth to be around $5 million.