Eugene Scott is a Washington-based African-American journalist and political reporter, at present working for the Washington Post’s ‘The Fix’, covering political news. He has won various awards and fellowships for his work primarily related to covering politics, business, and education.
Eugene Scott started his political journalism career in the 1990s when he participated in a scholarship program founded by Donald E. Graham, a former Washington Post publisher. In September 2017, he joined the Washington Post’s “The Fix” to write about identity politics.
Prior to joining the Washington Post, he served as a breaking news reporter at CNN Politics.
At CNN Politics, Scott reported the 2016 presidential election and was the senior reporter on the website’s breaking news team. He routinely provides on-air analysis for CBS, NPR, and MSNBC. He has served as a reporter for the Charlotte Observer and Cape Argus. He is also a member of the National Association of Black Journalists. He worked as a reporter at the Arizona Republic for 9 years.
Eugene Scott has an estimated net worth of $1 Million
According to sources, Eugene Scott has a net worth of $1 million, which he made through his journalism career. Since he has been a political reporter at the Washington Post for 3 years, his annual salary is estimated at $75k.
The Political Reporter’s Early Life
Eugene Scott, 35, was born and raised in Washington, D.C., U.S. He attended schools in North Carolina and Massachusetts. He has worked in Kanas City and Phoenix and also spent some time in South Africa.
Scott completed his graduation from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill with a Bachelor’s degree in Journalism. He then attended the Harvard Kennedy School, where he acquired his Master in Public Administration.
Eugene has not revealed his marital status and is not known whether he is married or not.
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