Who is Dareh Ardashes Gregorian?
Dareh Ardashes Gregorian is an American typist, researcher, journalist as well as a reporter, who is perhaps best known for being the spouse of the famous The New York Times’ journalist Maggie Haberman. Apart from this, he is also widely recognized as the son of Armenian-American academic and the former president of the Carnegie Corporation, Vartan Gregorian.
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Early Life, Family and Education
Dareh was born the youngest of three sons of Clare Russell and Vartan Gregorian, under the zodiac sign of Aries on the 24th March 1970, in Austin, Texas, USA, and apart from being of American nationality, he is also of Armenian ancestry from his father side. He was raised alongside two older brothers named Vahé and Raffi by their mother who was the chairwoman of Literary Partners adult education school. She passed away in 2018. When it comes to his educational background, after matriculating from a local high school in 1988, Dareh enrolled at Boston University, from which he graduated in 1992 earning his Bachelor of Arts degree in journalism and mass communication.
Dareh began his professional career right upon his graduation when he joined a former weekly newspaper magazine – the New York Observer, for which he began his tenure as a reporter. After only a couple of months, due to his great talent and potential as well as his work, he was appointed as its researcher. After honing his professional skills in a course of a year, Gregorian then transferred to The New York Post where he served not only as a reporter, but as an editor as well. Between mid 1990s and 2012, apart from The New York Post, he was also serving as the Supreme Court’s official reporter as well as the reporter for the New York City Police Department.
— Dareh Gregorian (@darehgregorian) August 20, 2019
Between 2013 and 2016, he completed reporting tasks for The New York Daily News before being appointed as its political editor, covering the entire area of New York City. Speaking as of present day, apart from the latter position, Dareh is also regularly contributing and reporting for the NBC News broadcasts. Due to his professionalism and copious reporting experience, he was inducted into the New York Press Club. Additionally, over the years, Dareh Ardashes Gregorian has added numerous accolades to his professional portfolio, including even the New York City Police Department’s Crimestoppers Award.
Interested in Gregorian’s private life, aren’t you? Well, despite his secretive nature, it has been publicly acknowledged that he is married to a famous American journalist and The New York Times’ White House correspondent Maggie Haberman who he first met in 1996 during his tenure at The New York Post. What began as a friendship quickly turned into a love story, and the duo began dating shortly after. The couple deepened their relationship, and Dareh and Maggie’s wedding ceremony took place in November 2003 at the Tribeca Rooftop event venue on Manhattan.
With their family, counting three children named Max, Miri and Dashiell, they resides in New York City’s borough of Brooklyn. There isn’t any other relevant yet available information about Dareh’s private life as he somehow managed to keep it far from the media. He is active on popular social media network Twitter, on which his official profile – @darehgregorian has amassed over 3,000 followers.
Maggie Lindsy Haberman was born on the 30th October 1973, in New York City, USA, the only child of a media communications executive at Rubenstein Associates named Nancy, and The New York Time’s journalist Clyde Haberman. With such a strong background in journalism and communications, it is no wonder that she’s made a name for herself as a journalist.
When it comes to her schooling, after matriculating from Ethical Culture Fieldston School in 1991, Maggie enrolled at Sarah Lawrence College in Yonkers, New York, from which she earned her Bachelor’s degree, graduating in 1995. Maggie’s career began in 1996 when she joined The New York Post and began honing her skills as a reporter. In 1999 she was appointed as its political reporter, covering City Hall stories, before joining The New York Daily News in the early 2000s. In 2008 she briefly returned to The New York Post to cover the 2008 US Presidential elections, while in 2010 she became a senior reporter for Politico. In 2014, Maggie was appointed as a political analyst for CNN, while since early 2015 she is serving as a political correspondent for The New York Times.
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For her professionalism she has been honored with several prestigious accolades such as the White House Correspondents Association’s Aldo Beckman Memorial Award, Newswomen Club of New York’s Front Page Award for Journalist of the Year, and the Pulitzer Prize for National Reporting.
Have you ever wondered how much wealth this 49-year-old American journalist and reporter has accumulated so far? How rich Dareh Ardashes Gregorian is? According to sources, it is estimated that the total of his net worth, as of mid-2019, revolves around the sum of over $3 million, with an annual revenue figuring close to $100,000, all acquired through his professional reporting and journalism career that is currently spanning almost 30 years.
Father, Vartan Gregorian
Dareh’s father Vartan Gregorian was born on the 8th November 1934 in Tabriz, Iran, the older of two children of Shooshanik Mirzaian and Samuel Gregorian, and is of Armenian descent from his father’s side as well. Due to the nature of his father’s job who worked for the Anglo-Persian Oil Company, after completing his elementary education in Iran, he moved to Beirut, Lebanon, where he attended the Collège Arménien. In 1955 he transferred to the US, and in 1956 enrolled at Stanford University, and in 1958 obtained his Bachelor of Arts degree with honors, completing the Humanities Honors program. In 1964 he earned his Doctor of Philosophy from the same university, majoring in history and humanities
— Carnegie Corporation (@CarnegieCorp) May 20, 2016
Between 1962 and 1968, he served at San Francisco State College (now San Francisco State University) where he lectured in European and Middle Eastern history. He then briefly joined the University of California, Los Angles (UCLA), before transferring to the University of Texas where he stayed ’til 1972. Later that year, he was appointed as the Professor of Armenian and Caucasian History at the University of Pennsylvania, before being named as its Dean of the Faculty of Arts and Sciences in 1974. In 1978 he became its chief academic officer. Between 1981 and 1989, Gregorian served as the President of the New York Public Library, while from 1989 to 1997, he was the president of Brown University.
Between 1997 and 2013, Vartan served as the 12th President of the Carnegie Corporation of New York. He is the holder of over 70 honorary degrees, and has also been rewarded with numerous other prestigious accolades such as the National Humanities Medal and the Presidential Medal of Freedom, as well as the the American Academy of Arts and Letters Award for Distinguished Service to the Arts, and S. Roger Horchow Award for Greatest Public Service by a Private Citizen.