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Stephanie Flanders

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Date of Birth: 1968 , August-5
Birth Nation: British Virgin Islands

Quick Timeline of Stephanie Flanders

1968 Born in British
1984 Graduation from St Paul's Girls' School
2000 Married with John Arlidge
1994 Began career at London Business School

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August 5 , 1968

Born in British

Stephanie Hope Flanders is a British former broadcast journalist who was the editor of the economic section in BBC for five years. Born on 5 August 1968 in UK she is the daughter of British actor and comic singer Michael Flanders and activist Claudia Cockburn. Flanders has one sister named Laura Flanders who is an English broadcast journalist living in the United States.

1984

Graduation from St Paul's Girls' School

She went to the independent St Paul's Girls' School and was a student at Balliol College, Oxford, where she obtained a first class degree in Philosophy, Politics, and Economics. Then she attended Harvard University as a Kennedy Scholar.

2000

Married with John Arlidge

Flanders is currently at the age of 48. She has married John Arlidge and they have a son, born in 2006, and a daughter, born in 2008. Her husband is also a journalist who has written for The GuardianThe Observer, and other newspapers.

1994

Began career at London Business School

Flanders began her career as an economist at the London Business School and the Institute for Fiscal Studies. Then she became a leading writer and columnist at the Financial Times from 1994. Furthermore, U.S. Treasury Secretary Lawrence H. Summers in 1997.

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Flanders in recent days is at the age of 48. She married John Arlidge and they have a son, born in 2006, and a daughter, born in 2008 together. Her husband who is a writer for some famous newspapers like The GuardianThe Observer, and few other newspaper are reported to be living happily in recent days. Flanders reportedly dated Ed Balls and Ed Miliband before getting married to John. 

 

Stephenie Flanders began her career as an economist at the London Business School and the Institute for Fiscal Studies. Then she became a leader writer and columnist at the Financial Times from 1994. Also, She became a speechwriter and advisor to U.S. Treasury Secretary Lawrence H. Summers in 1997 and joined the New York Times in 2001. 

Flanders has earned a lot from her career, however, She hasn't disclosed about her actual net worth and salary.