Susan Page, a famous name among American journalists and a strong position holder at USA Today. She has an American nationality and white ethnicity. Susan was born on 12th February 1951, but she still looks young and beautiful. Her pictures surprised many as she has maintained herself along with her career.

She is the current Washington Bureau Chief for the above mentioned newspaper agency. Susan is a journalism graduate with prior work experience as editor-in-chief. She is a postgraduate and has covered many big events and has interviewed great personalities. Susan has served high positions at various clubs and associations and has gotten many awards in her career. Susan is a married woman with a successful married life. She has her interest in music and journalism and she has shown her best in both the fields

Personal life

As far as her personal life is concerned, Susan did her graduation from Northwestern University and served as editor of chief at Daily Northwestern. She completed her post graduation from Columbia University with Pulitzer Prize. Page introduced journalism to herself in school life, and till now she is dedicated to it. She is married to Carl Leubsdorf, former chief at The Dallas Morning News, much is not shared about their married life. They got married on 22nd May,1982. She used to play orchestras during her school life but as one has to be on one side, she chose to be a journalist and left music behind.

Net worth

Susan’s net worth is not clearly mentioned but it believes to be more than $10 million, which shows how popular she is!!

Career

Susan’s career has been remarkable. She had a great journey in Journalism field and is a well experienced journalist. The journalist has covered White house events and presidential elections. She received journalism award for her excellence. She is remarked as first woman music chairperson at Gridiron Club. in 2000, the journalist got the honor as The president of White House Correspondents Association. She got various awards including Merriman Smith Memorial Award, Aldo Beckman Memorial Award etc. and even some awards she got twice, which all concludes : how bright her career is!! Page even got the opportunity to interview great personalities. She also hosted The Diane Rehm Show on radio.