David Folkenflik Bio, Age, Height, Wife, Salary, Net worth, NPR
David Folkenflik Biography
David Folkenflik is an American journalist presently working for NPR( National Public Radio ) as a media correspondent. Before joining NPR in 2004, Folkenflik spent at least a decade working for Baltimore Sun.
David Folkenflik Age
David was born in the United States, on September 15, 1969. He is 52 years old.
David Folkenflik Height
David’s height is 5 ft 9 inches ( approx 1.75 m ).
David Folkenflik Father
David was born in the United States to his caring parents Robert and Vivian Foltenik. Both his parents were college professors at the University of California in Irvine. Furthermore, since 1975 at UC his father is a professor of English and was previously teaching at the University of Rochester.
David Folkenflik Wife
He got married in 2010 to his wife Jesse Baker. His wife is the co-founder of Magnificent Noise. Jesse was previously working as a freelance journalist for ESPN Radio and NPR. Additionally, the couple’s wedding was officiated in April 2010, by a Universal Life Minister, Saman Zarifi. The duo stored their wedding cake in a freezer for more than a year before feeding each other in September 2011 with Dan Pashman at The Sporkful.
David Folkenflik Education
He joined Laguna Beach High School for his Diploma. David later joined the University of Cornell where he received a bachelor’s degree in History in 1991.
David Folkenflik Salary
David’s salary is $105,000. This is according to NPR anchor’s/reporters’ salaries.
David Folkenflik Net Worth
Folkenflik has an estimated net worth of $1 million – $5 million.
David Folkenflik Career
In 2004, He joined NPR as a media correspondent. Furthermore, his analyses and reporting are broadcasted on NPR’s news magazines including All Things Considered, Here & Now and also, and Morning Edition. His work is also featured on NPR’s website and mobile platforms.
While working for NPR, He has provided coverage for workplace behavior of the CEO of the Los Angeles Times, Tronc company, and he also secured the New York Times executive editor after his appointment and interview with Dean Baquet.
David has also received various awards for his coverage including Arthur Rowse Award for Press Criticism from the National Press Club, the inaugural 2002 Mongerson Award for Investigative Reporting, and the Bart Richards Award.