Lulu Garcia Navarro Bio, Age, Height, Husband, Salary, Net Worth, NY Times

Lulu Garcia Navarro Biography

Lulu Garcia Navarro is an eminent award-winning English-born American journalist currently working as an anchor in the Opinion section of The New York Times since September 2021.

Before joining  New York Times, Garcia spent 17 years at NPR as host of National Public Radio’s Weekend Edition Sunday. In addition, Navarro is the winner of the Peabody and Edward R. Murrow Awards for her report on Libya.

Lulu Garcia Navarro Age

Lulu Garcia was born in London, England, United Kingdom. She is around 49 years old.

Lulu Garcia Navarro Height

Garcia is a woman of average stature and stands at a height of 5 ft 6 inches (Approx 1.71 m).

Lulu Garcia Navarro Education

She enrolled at the University of Georgetown  School of Foreign Service and graduated with a bachelor’s degree in Latin American Studies as an undergraduate. Lulu later graduated with a master’s degree in international journalism from City University London.

Lulu Garcia Navarro Family

Lulu was born in London, England, United Kingdom to her hardworking father and mother. She spent her childhood life in Miami and she said her parents are Panamanian and Cuban a tight-knit Latino community.

Lulu Garcia Navarro Husband

She is happily married to her beloved husband called James Hider. James is a journalist and author who has served as a Latin America Correspondent at The Times for over three years. Her husband is also a graduate of the University of Bristol. Lulu became an American citizen in 2017 and together with James, they have a daughter.

Lulu Garcia Navarro Salary

Lulu’s annual salary is $80,230 per year. This is according to The New York Times anchors’ and reporters’ salaries.

Lulu Garcia Navarro Net Worth

Navarro has an approximate net worth of $1 million – $5 million U. S dollars.

Lulu Garcia Navarro Career

She is currently working as a host in the Opinion section of The New York Times, in the United States since September 2021. Before joining New York Times, Garcia spent 17 years at NPR as host of National Public Radio’s Weekend Edition Sunday. She served at the station until she left on October 17, 2021. Moreover, Garcia reported everything from MeToo to immigration to the pandemic. Lulu was also the co-host of the “UpFirst” podcast

Lulu has also served as a station correspondent at NPR based in Brazil, Israel, Mexico, and Iraq. In 1999, Garcia was employed by Associated Press Television News as a producer. She was later upgraded to the role of the news agency’s radio division. Further, Lulu also covered the invasion as a unilateral reporter. In 2006, she received Daniel Schorr Journalism Prize for her work in Mexico.

Her career as a journalist started serving as a freelance at BBC World Service and Voice of America. The two stations sent her to Syria, Panama Cuba, and several European countries on assignment.

In addition, through her insightful and empathetic work has received a Lowell Thomas Award from the Overseas Press Club, an Edward R. Murrow Award from the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, two Peabody Awards, and the Alliance for Women and the Media’s Gracie Award for outstanding individual achievement.

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