Khadeeja Safdar Biography
Khadeeja Safdar is a prominent American journalist currently working as a reporter for The Wall Street Journal since June 2013. Besides her current station, Khadeeja has appeared on CNN, Today Show, Good Morning America, BBC, and CNBC to discuss various A1 stories. She worked as a teaching associate at Columbia University from August 2016 to December 2017.
Khadeeja Safdar Age
Khadeeja Safdar was born in the United States of America. Nevertheless, her exact date, year, and place of birth remain a mystery, hence her exact age and when she celebrates her birthday remain in the dark.
Khadeeja Safdar’s Height
Khadeeja stands at a height of 5 feet 4 inches (approx. 1.62 m).
Khadeeja Safdar Family
She was brought up in the United States of America under the care of her hardworking and caring parents, whose names are currently under thorough review and will be updated as soon as possible. Moreover, Khadeeja was raised along with her good-looking brother.
Khadeeja Safdar Boyfriend
Khadeeja is presently single and solemnly focused on developing her career. We shall keep you updated on her marital status as soon as we obtain pertinent and reliable information from reliable sources.
Khadeeja Safdar Education
She attained her High School Diploma from the Academy of the Holy Names. Later on, Khadeeja matriculated at Columbia College where she graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Philosophy and Political Science. Moreover, holds a Master of Arts degree in Business and economic journalism from the same University.
Khadeeja Safdar Salary
She bags a desirable salary of $82,690 annually. This is in accordance with The Wall Street Journal reporters’ salaries.
Khadeeja Safdar Net Worth
Khadeeja Safdar amassed a decent amount of wealth from her profession as a journalist over the years and has an estimated net worth of $1.5 million.
Khadeeja Safdar Career
She is currently working as a reporter for The Wall Street Journal since June 2013. There, Khadeeja mainly covers topics such as big data workplace culture, consumer behavior, popular brands, and business leaders.
Previously, Khadeeja covered the U.S. retail industry. Lately, she was part of the team that was a Pulitzer Prize finalist for its investigation into Amazon in 2020. She worked as a teaching associate at Columbia University from August 2016 to December 2017.