Taliesin Woodward is an American reporter, editor, and adjunct professor of journalism at Columbia University. She is well-known as the daughter of Washington Post journalist Bob Woodward.
|Full Name||Taliesin Woodward|
|Famous as||Daughter of Bob Woodward|
|Date of Birth||10 November 1976|
|Education||University of California, Berkeley in 1994|
|Parents||Father- Bob Woodward
Mother –Elsa Walsh
Early Life of Taliesin Woodward
Taliesin was born on 10 November 1976, United States. She celebrates her birthday on November 10 every year and her birth sign is Scorpio. Tali confessed that she originally had no desire to become a reporter like her dad. However, she still enjoyed writing. She began her college career at the University of California, Berkeley in 1994 with that intent in mind. But a summer internship at the San Francisco Bay Guardian changed her mind entirely. She went on to earn a bachelor’s degree in history before accepting a full-time job in San Francisco.
Taliesin Woodward Family
Taliesin is the daughter of Elsa Walsh and Bob Woodward. Her father has worked for the Washington Post for his entire career, mainly covering presidential administrations, meaning Tali grew up surrounded by politics and journalism. He is an investigative journalist. He has worked for The Washington Post since 1971 as a reporter and is currently an associate editor. Bob is 80 years as of 2023. He was born on March 26, 1943, in Geneva, Illinois, U.S.
Her mother is an Author and Journalist. She has worked as a correspondent for the Washington Post. She has authored books such as “Divided Lives: The Public and Private Struggles of Three American Women,”. Elsa is a current New Yorker staff writer. Elsa is 66 years as of 2023. She was born on August 25, 1957, in the US. She celebrates her birthday on August 25th every year.
Taliesin Woodward Career Path
After completing her undergraduate education, Tali went to work for the San Francisco Bay Guardian full-time. She worked as a staff writer for the free alternative newspaper from February 1999 until May 2006. According to her LinkedIn profile, Tali wrote about a wide range of topics, including local politics, health care, the media, and education. She published investigate pieces and magazine-style features as well.
One of those investigate stories was a deep-dive into the Fang family, which owned the San Francisco Examiner. She interviewed at least 28 Examiner employees for the story. Tali revealed that the Fangs paid family members more than $1 million to salaries, and used company funds to pay for other Fang-owned enterprises.
Is Taliesin Woodward married?
Tali Woodward is married to Gabriel Roth, a senior editor at Slate Magazine. They tied the knot in 2008 and live in Brooklyn, New York. The couple has two children.
Taliesin Woodward Net Worth
Taliesin has not revealed her net worth. She is a simple person and never likes to attract public attention by publicly displaying her wealth. However, this section is under review, we will update you when details about her net worth are revealed.
Taliesin has one sister Diana Woodward who was born in 1996.
Tali left San Francisco in 2006, choosing to take her talents back to the east coast. She enrolled in the Columbia Graduate School of Journalism, earning a Master’s degree in 2007. After completing graduate school, Tali focused on freelance writing. According to her LinkedIn page, she wrote for various online and print publications and continues that work to this day.
Publications she has written for include Newsweek, Sierra, and National Geographic. In 2009, she returned to Columbia as an assistant director and adjunct associate professor. She helped guide the next generation of journalists. She explains that part of her job was overseeing the thesis process and editing students’ work. While there, she took steps to offer more instruction on longform reporting, by creating annual workshops focused extensively on this type of investigate journalism. Tali also played a role in deciding the winners of research grants.