Geoff Bennett Biography
Geoff Bennett (born April 25, 1980) is an American journalist who is the PBS NewsHour’s chief Washington correspondent and the host of PBS News Weekend. Geoff graduated from Morehouse College with honors.
|Date of Birth||April 25, 1980|
|Age||42 years (2022)|
Geoff Bennett Education
Morehouse College awarded Geoff Bennett (journalist) a Bachelor of Arts in English. He served as The Maroon Tiger’s editor-in-chief while he was a student.
Geoff Bennett Career
He covered the White House and Congress for NPR before joining NBC News in. During that time, Bennett served as a guest host for the live, three-hour news and public affairs program “Washington Journal” on C-SPAN.
Geoff co-moderated a debate in the 2016 election for the 24th congressional district of New York, the most competitive district in the country.
Geoff was the first to report in December 2015 that House leaders broke their impasse over funding health care for 9/11 responders and that the Zadroga Act would be incorporated into a significant spending bill approved by Congress.
Additionally, Bennett provided political commentary on “This Week” on ABC and “Red and Blue” on CBSN.
Geoff Bennett (Journalist) previously reported for NY1 News on Capitol Hill and national politics.
Geoff Bennett Wife
Geoff Bennett is married to Beth. He and his wife Beth reside in northern Virginia.