Hannah Allam is a well-known American reporter and journalist. Hannah has been working as a DC-based correspondent for The Washington Post since 2021, covering extremism, domestic terrorism, and national security. Hannah formerly worked at NPR on the national security unit before joining the Washington Post. She also serves on the board of the International Women’s Media Foundation.
Hannah Allam Age
Hannah Allam was born in Oklahoma, in the United States in 1977. She is 44 years old.
Hannah Allam Height
Hannah stands at a moderate height of 5 ft 5 in/1.65 m tall.
Hannah Allam Family
Allam was born in 1977 in Oklahoma, United States, to parents who spoke English, French, and Arabic. She grew up in Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates, but she returned to the United States to finish high school in Oklahoma. Hannah has not given any information about her parents or siblings as of yet.
Hannah Allam Husband
Hannah currently resides in Washington, D.C. Hannah prefers to keep her personal life private, so she has not published any information about her marital status. As a result, it is unknown whether Hannah is single, dating, or married.
Hannah Allam Education
Hannah attended Oklahoma University after finishing primary and secondary school. She later received a bachelor’s degree in mass communication from Oklahoma University.
Hannah Allam Salary
Hannah pockets an annual salary of $73,387.
Hannah Allam Net Worth
Hannah’s approximate net worth is $1 million.
Hannah Allam Career
Since 2021, Hannah has been a Washington Post correspondent covering extremism, domestic terrorism, and national security. She began her career as a national security correspondent for NPR in Washington, focused on domestic extremism. She worked as a national journalist for BuzzFeed News in Washington, DC before joining NPR. McClatchy Newspapers’ Middle East Bureau Chief (Baghdad) was her title.
She interned for The Washington Post recently in her career. She eventually became a staff reporter for the St. Paul Pioneer Press, from which McClatchy hired her in 2003 to assist with, and later lead, their in-depth investigation on the Iraq War.
She was a long-time McClatchy foreign correspondent, serving as bureau head in Baghdad during the Iraq War and in Cairo during the Arab Spring rebellions. Hannah returned to the United States in 2012 and has written extensively about American foreign policy, race and religion, and the mainstreaming of radical beliefs.