David Nakamura Bio, Age, Height, Salary, Net Worth Washington Post
David Nakamura Biography
David Nakamura is a renowned American journalist, currently working for the Washington Post as a White House reporter. He started working at the Post in 1992 as a summer intern prior to working as a sports reporter. Adittionally, he has also worked in Japan for a year as a teacher of English.
David Nakamura Age
David Nakamura was born in northern Virginia, in the United States in 1971. He is 50 years old.
David Nakamura Height
David is of a height of 5 ft 7 in/1.7m tall.
David Nakamura Education
David studied High school in northern Virginia, during his time there he worked as a contributor of sports stories to the weekly local Vienna Times. Then he earned a bachelor of arts degree in journalism from the University of Missouri.
David Nakamura Family
David’s parents were both high school teachers. David grew up together with his sister. His father worked in the US Army for two decades and also finished two tours of Vietnam, where he later retired as a Lieutenant Colonel before working in Fairfax County as a teacher of Mathematics in High School.
David Nakamura Wife
David is a married man to Kris Schenck. Kris studied and graduated at Georgetown University from the School of Foreign Service. They are blessed with three children and the family stays in Washington D.C. together.
David Nakamura Salary
David pockets an annual salary of $115,500. This is in accordance with the Washington Post reporter’s salaries.
David Nakamura Net Worth
David’s estimated net worth is $3 million.
David Nakamura Career
David presently works as a White House reporter for the Washington Post. He started working at the Post in 1992 as a summer intern before working as a sports reporter. He worked for four years as a sports director. He was accepted for the Japanese Exchange and Teaching program in Japan where he worked as a teacher of English in 2001.
He came back to the United States after a year when he worked at the Washington Post as a local news staff. He was assigned to writing both in Virginia and Maryland on education and also at the City government in the District. He was part of the team that was awarded the Selden Ring Award in 2005, for investigative reporting after they provided the coverage of high levels of lead contamination in D.C. tap water in 2004.
During his journalism career, he also earned an honorable mention from the Merriman Smith Memorial Award for excellence for the 2016 presidential news coverage under the deadline. In addition, he also reported from Afghanistan, Pakistan, and Japan.