Farai Chideya Bio, Age, Height, Wife, Salary, Net Worth Podcast
Farai Chideya Biography
Farai Chideya is a well-known American multimedia journalist, radio host, as well as a novelist. Currently, he works on the podcast Our Body Politic, which launched in September 2020 as the creator and host. She also hosted and produced for a period of 15 years, Pop and Politics with Farai Chideya, which is a series of radio specials on politics. Before she worked at NPR as a Host, News, and Notes.
Farai Chideya Age
Farai Chideya was born in Baltimore, Maryland, in the United States on July 27, 1969. She is 52 years old.
Farai Chideya Height
Farai stands at a moderate height of 5 ft 6 in/1.65 m tall.
Farai Chideya Education
Farai finished her high school course at Western High School (Baltimore, MD) in 1986. Then she went to Harvard College and received a Bachelor of Arts in English Literature in 1990.
Farai Chideya Family
At this present moment, Farai has kept details on his parents and siblings all to herself, however, research on this segment is ongoing and will soon update this segment.
Farai Chideya Husband
Farai is quite a reserved person, she has managed to keep off the media details on her lovelife, it isn’t known whether she is in a relationship or not, but soon as we have correct details within our reach will update this section.
Farai Chideya Kids
Farai has always wanted to be a mom and she opted for adoption, she has been matched up three times but always changed her mind, soon as changes are made this will fill out this section.
Farai Chideya Salary
Farai annually receives a salary of $76,502.
Farai Chideya Net Worth
Farai has an approximated net worth of $1 million.
Farai Chideya Career
Farai serves for the podcast Our Body Politic, which launched in September 2020 as the creator and host. Also, she hosted and produced Pop and Politics with Farai Chideya, for a period of 15 years which is a series of radio specials on politics. Before she worked at NPR as a Host, News, and Notes.
She began her career at Newsweek Magazine as a reporter. Then she worked for a period of two years as a Political Editor at VIBE and also served at CNN as a political analyst. Then she worked as a reporter and guest host at ABC News. Moreover, she also worked from 1999 to 2000 at Syndicated as a political columnist. Also, she worked at Knight Foundation as a Member of, the Journalism Advisory Committee.
She has won various awards due to her work; an Enterprise reporting award from the National Association of Black Journalists due to a piece on Skid Row in 2007; a special award from the Lesbian and Gay Journalists Association for AIDS coverage in 2008; and many more.
In 2002, she received a Foreign Press Center fellowship that took her to Japan, a Freedom Forum Media Studies Center fellowship in 1996 as well as a Knight Foundation fellowship at Stanford University in 2001.