Abram Brown is a senior editor at Forbes in the United States. He covers social and digital media, as well as all of its wild offshoots, creators, Web 3, metaverse, misinformation, and more. He formerly directed Forbes.com’s feature content and edited for Forbes magazine.
As a writer, he has reported from three continents, from Nigerian mines to Greenwich mansions. He has been on more than a dozen Forbes lists, estimating more than $300 billion in fortunes. He has been named the world’s 63rd, 153rd, and 478th richest person, and once spent an enjoyable evening debating murder mysteries with James Patterson over 25-year-old scotch.
Abram Brown Age
Abram Brown was born in the United States. He maintains his personal information confidential, therefore his precise date and year of birth are unknown to the general world.
Abram Brown Height
Abram stands at a height of 5 ft 8 in/1.72 m tall.
Abram Brown Family
Abram was born and reared in America by his parents. Abram is of Caucasian ethnicity and has American citizenship. There is currently no information available regarding his parents or siblings.
Abram Brown Wife
Abram is a young man who enjoys his life and career, but he is secretive about his marital status. As a result, whether he is married or single is not known to the general public.
Abram Brown Education
Abram enrolled at Syracuse University in 2007. He received his BA degree in Magazine Journalism and non-Wester history in 2011.
Abram Brown Salary
Abram annually receives a salary of $250,123.
Abram Brown Net Worth
Abram’s approximated net worth is $2 million.
Abram Brown Career
Abram has been with Forbes since December of 2012. He is currently employed as a Senior Editor, a position he has held since March 2020. He writes about digital culture and social media, including TikTok, the creator economy, GameStop craze, the NFT boom, YouTube, internet cults, and technology during social distancing. He formerly directed features coverage for Forbes.com from 2017 to 2020, editing pieces on technology, innovative firms, entrepreneurs, and luxury lifestyles.
Also, he worked as an assistant editor and editorial operations manager from October 2015 to June 2017. He edited the book’s magazine cover, oversaw all parts of its production, and came up with tale ideas.
From April 2014 to October 2015, he worked as an associate editor for Forbes, where he co-managed 35 reporters and freelancers from around the world for the company’s largest packages. In December 2012, he began his work at Forbes as the deputy head of reporters.