Sarah Kate Ellis (born November 27, 1971 on Staten Island, New York) is an American media executive, journalist, and author. She is well-known for developing and revitalising media brands at publications like New York, InStyle, Real Simple, and Vogue.
Sarah Kate began her career in media with the re-launch of Condé Nast after graduating from Russell Sage College in 1993 with a degree in Sociology and a minor in Women's Studies.
She was named president and CEO of GLAAD, the nation's biggest lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) media advocacy organisation, in January 2014.
Sarah Kate Ellis Birthday | Age
Sarah Kate Ellis was born in the United States on November 27, 1971, on Staten Island, New York. Sarah Kate is a 48-year-old woman. Every year on November 27th, she celebrates her birthday.
Sarah Kate Ellis's stature
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Parents | Sarah Kate Ellis Education
Sarah Kate grew up on Staten Island and went to Staten Island Academy. Barbara and Ken Ellis, Sarah Kate's parents, raised her and her older brother Spencer. Sarah Kate was an athlete in her youth, competing in field hockey and swimming in the Junior Olympics.
Sarah Kate came out as a lesbian in her senior year of college while attending Russell Sage College, where she organised a public campaign against the college administration's plan to close down the only women's centre on campus. Sarah Kate was accepted into the Tuck Executive Education programme at Dartmouth College's Tuck School of Business in 2011 and finished it in 2012.
Wife of Sarah Kate Ellis | Sarah Kate Ellis Henderson, Kristen
On October 22, 2011, Sarah Kate Ellis married her woman Kristen Ellis-Henderson (Kristen Henderson). After marriage equality was passed in the state senate in June 2011, their wedding was the first to be held in the Episcopal Church of New York.
Sarah Kate and her wife, Kristen Ellis-Henderson, wrote the memoir "Times Two, Two Women in Love and the Happy Family They Made," which was published by Simon & Schuster. The book, which was nominated for a Stonewall Book Award, recounted their simultaneous pregnancies as well as the route to motherhood. In 2013, the pair was featured on TIME Magazine's "Gay Marriage Already Won" cover.
Sarah Kate and her wife were also the topic of The Huffington Post's three-part documentary online series "Here Come the Brides," as well as a special New York Times Style piece about marriage equality following its legalisation in New York State.
They are the mothers of two children and were chosen one of GO Magazine's Most Captivating Couples of 2012. Sarah Kate's wedding was the first time a same-sex pair was married in the Episcopal Church of New York State.
Sarah Kate is a member of St. Luke's Episcopal Church's Vestry.
Salary of Sarah Kate Ellis
Sarah Kate Ellis is a media professional, journalist, and novelist from the United States who earns $19442708. Despite her apparent wealth, Sarah Kate likes to live a simple life. However, the facts of her assets and liabilities are still being investigated, making determining her exact remuneration challenging.
Sarah Kate Ellis's net worth is unknown.
Sarah Kate Ellis is a media executive, journalist, and novelist from the United States with a net worth of $26 million in 2020. His annual earnings are $19442708.