Who is Madeline Grant?
Madeline Grant is a journalist, political commentator, and author who works at the Telegraph as a parliamentary sketch writer and columnist. She worked previously as a model and was among the finalists for the Mastermind show that was created by Bill Wright and aired on BBC.
Madeline Grant Profile
|Date of birth||1992|
Madeline Grant Bio
Born in 1992 in Warwickshire, London, she has a brother named Roland Grant who reached the finals of Britain’s Brainiest Kid when he was just 10. She attended the King Edward VI School in Birmingham which also happens to be the same school her mom attended thereafter, she proceeded to attend St Hilda’s college a constituent college of Oxford University.
She graduated with a BA in English Language and Literature Degree in 2014 and according to marathi.tv, she was heavily involved in politics while in school. Before gaining admission to college, Madeline worked as a model from 2007 to 2010 while her brother attended Gonville & Caius College which is a constituent of the University of Cambridge.
Madeline Grant Parents
Madeline was born to John Grant, a retired civil engineer, and Sally Jones, a former Real Sports World Champion and BBC Journalist.
Madeline Grant Wiki
While Madeline attended the University of Oxford, she was into political commentary and was a member of the standing committee of the Oxford Union. It is said that she paid £200 voluntarily for lifelong membership because she wanted to watch people speak and this also helped improve her.
Madeline was fined £120 when she was running for the position of Librarian in the school because of her slogan ‘I don’t hack, I have a great rack’. She started out her career as a parliamentary researcher and speech writer before she got a job with the magazine Newsweek as a reporter.
Madeline worked with Newsweek from August 2014 to December 2014 before getting a job as a writer with
Ubiqus from May 2015 to October 2015. She proceeded to the House of Commons where she worked as a Researcher and speechwriter from October 2015 to August 2016.
After her stint with the House of Commons, she moved to the Institute of Economic Affairs – London where she started out as a Digital Officer before she was moved to the position of Editorial manager, a position that she held from June 2018 to January 2019.
Madeline worked with The Telegraph first as an Assistant Comment Editor and Sunday Telegraph Columnist before she was elevated to the role of a Parliamentary Sketch Writer and Sunday Telegraph Columnist. Below is a summary of her career
|Model(Profile Model Management, London)||2007 to 2010|
|Reporter(Newsweek)||August 2014 to December 2014|
|Writer(Ubiqus)||May 2015 to October 2015|
|Researcher and Speechwriter(House of Commons)||October 2015 to August 2016|
|Digital Officer(Institute of Economic Affairs-London)||August 2016 to June 2018|
|Editorial Manager(Institute of Economic Affairs-London)||June 2018 to January 2019|
|The Telegraph(Assistant Comment Editor and Sunday Telegraph Columnist)||January 2019 to September 2020|
|The Telegraph(Parliamentary Sketch Writer and Sunday Telegraph Columnist)||September 2020 to date|
Madeline Grant Social Media
Madeline has a private account @madeline.grant on Instagram with over 1500 followers while her Twitter account with the handle @Madz_Grant has around 50k followers.
Madeline Grant Net worth
As a journalist, Madeline’s income is decent coupled with the fact that she is a veteran. Her estimated net worth is $85k.