After being in love with love of her life Henry Little Griggs III, Jill and Henry finally tied their married knot as a loving husband and wife in 1981. They first met each other when they were attending Harvard University. They are still bonded into this married life. Her nationality is American and she is of white ethnicity.
Jill Abramson continued her high school education at Ethical Culture Fieldston School and she also earned her high school diploma from there. After that, she joined Harvard University with a major in History and Literature. She also attended Radcliffe College and she finally received her Bachelor of Arts degree from there in 1976. While she was pursuing her undergraduate degree at Harvard University, she worked at The Harvard Independent as the Arts Editor. In 1973, she joined Time magazine and she worked there for the next three years. In 1976, she was hired by The American Lawyer and she worked there as a senior staff reporter for the next decade. In 1986, she worked for the Legal Times in Washington, D.C as an editor in chief. She worked there for the next two years and then she joined Washington bureau of The Wall Street Journal as a senior reporter. Few years later, she was named the deputy bureau chief. In 1997, she was hired by The New York Times and was named the Washington bureau chief at the end of 2000. In September 2011, she was promoted as an executive editor of The New York Times and she was in this position till May 2014. She is now aged 62 years old. Her net worth is unknown.