Gene Demby Bio, Age, Height, Wife, Salary, Net worth, NPR
Gene Demby Biography
Gene Demby is an eminent American journalist presently working for NPR as a correspondent and co-host of Code Switch. Before joining the station, Bemby was serving for BlackVoices on Huffington Post as a managing editor.
Gene Demby Age
Gene was born in South Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, in the United States, on November 4, 1980. He is 41 years old.
Gene Demby Height
Bemby stands at a moderate height of 5 ft 8 inches ( approx 1.73m ).
Gene Demby Education
Domby attained his degree from the University of Hofstra in New York.
Gene Demby Family
Gene was born to his loving parents Ms. Jeanette, and Mr. Afum in South Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, in the United States. Though, his father was never present in his life. She was raised along with his twin sister Stephanie who serves for Grace Dance Theater as an Artistic Director. Additionally, his mother every May 11 celebrates her birthday. Gene is also an uncle to a niece called Ryan.
Gene Demby Wife
He got married on July 4, 2019, to his lovely wife Kainaz Amaria. His wife is a visual editor for Vox. Additionally, his wife Kainaz also runs an interdisciplinary team that specializes in graphics, data, interactives, and photography. In July 2018, The couple got engaged. The duo resides in Washington.
Gene Demby Salary
Gene receives an annual salary of $100,000. This is in accordance with NPR anchor’s/reporters’ salaries
Gene Demby Net Worth
Demby has an approximate net worth of $3 million – $5 million.
Gene Demby Career
He has been serving since December 2012 for NPR. During his tenure at NPR, Demby founded a blog by the name code switch. The Blog talks about race, ethnicity, and culture. Gene also works as the host of Code Switch where he moderates and initiates conversations across an array of platforms.
Before joining NPR in 2012, Gene was working as the managing editor of BlackVoices for Huffington Post after it was launched. Demby while working for Huffington Post also provided coverage for politics. Before joining Huffington Post, He was serving for New York Times where he spent six years working in various positions.
Additionally, Gene launched a blog that talked about politics, media, culture, and race going by the name PostBourgie which in 2009 won Black Weblog Award for Best News/Politics Site. There is also a podcast called PostBourgie. In 2004, Gene also started blogging after he was motivated by frustrations.