Tanya Dua is a senior reporter at Business Insider and an Indian-born American journalist. She was a reporter for Digiday before joining Business Insider.
Tanya Dua Age
Tanya Dua was born in New Delhi, India. However, she has not released her exact birth date or year to the public.
Tanya Dua Height
Tanya’s height is 5 ft 6 in/1.68m tall.
Tanya Dua Family
Tanya was born in New Delhi, India. She was born into an Indian household. Her parents also continue to live in New Delhi. As a result, she visits her parents every year or vice versa. She expected her parents to fly to New York from New Delhi in December 2021, after two years. She urged her parents to stay despite having been inoculated with AstraZeneca and Covaxin vaccines, both of which are accessible in India. The reason for this was an increase in the number of patients who tested positive for the Omicron strain.
Tanya Dua Wife
Tanya is a well-known business reporter who has kept her personal life private. Tanya has not revealed whether she is single, dating, engaged, or married.
Tanya Dua Education
Tanya graduated from Lady Shri Ram College For Women in 2013 with a bachelor of arts in History (Indian, European, and American History. She participated in the Non-Graduating Exchange Scholarship at the National University of Singapore from 2011 to 2012 while attending Lady Shri. In addition, she holds a master of science in journalism from Columbia University.
Tanya Dua Salary
Tanya receives an annual salary of $100,000.
Tanya Dua Net Worth
Tanya’s approximate net worth is $2 million.
Tanya Dua Career
Tanya has been a senior correspondent for Business Insider since June 2018. On the other hand, she joined Business Insider as a correspondent in June 2017. While working at Insider, she covers advertisements, media, and marketing.
She also focuses on brands, both gig and DTC upstarts, and ad agencies, and how culture and technology are shaping their businesses as the world goes digital. She also writes on Google, Facebook, Amazon, and other tech companies, as well as their impact on the advertising sector. She also informs readers about the blending of shopping and advertising.
She formerly worked as a brand reporter for Digiday between June 2014 and May 2017. During her time at Digiday, she covered the advertising and marketing beat. She also reported on the achievements, disappointments, and obstacles that brands and agencies face as they try to stay up with the ever-changing world of digital media.
Also, she worked as a staff writer for DU Beat from August 2012 until April 2013 during her journalism career. She was a member of the editorial team for the student-run weekly newspaper at the University of Delhi while working for DU Beat in New Delhi.
Prior to starting at DU in August 2012, she worked as a newsdesk intern for NDTV in India from June to July 2012. She covered the Assam molestation crisis and the election of a new Prime Minister in Pakistan while interning for NDTV. She has also worked as an intern at Bennett, Coleman and Co. Ltd. (Times Group) and Tehelka.