David Folkenflik Biography
David Folkenflik is a prominent American journalist currently working for NPR (National Public Radio) as a media correspondent. Prior to joining NPR in 2004, he served for nearly a decade for Baltimore Sun. He kicked off his journalism career while working for the Durham Herald-Sun in North Carolina.
David Folkenflik Age
David Folkenflik was born on 15th September 1969, in the United States of America. He is 53 years old.
David Folkenflik Height
David is a man of standard stature and stands at a height of 5 feet 9 inches (approx 1.75m ).
David Folkenflik Family
He is the proud son of his parents Robert and Vivian Foltenik. Both his parents served as college professors in Irvine, at the University of California. Additionally, his dad is a professor of English at UCI since the year 1975. Previously, his father was teaching at the University of Rochester prior to joining UCI.
David Folkenflik Wife
He is happily hitched to his wife Jesse Baker since 2010. His lovely wife is the co-founder of Magnificent Noise. Previously, she was working as a freelance journalist for ESPN Radio and NPR. Moreover, the pair’s wedding was officiated by Saman Zarifi, a Universal Life Minister in April 2010. The love birds stay in New York.
David Folkenflik Education
He attained his High School Diploma from Laguna Beach High School. Later on, he matriculated at Cornell University where he graduated with a bachelor’s degree in History in 1991.
David Folkenflik Salary
He receives an ample salary of $105,000 annually. This is according to NPR media correspondents’ salaries.
David Folkenflik Net Worth
David Folkenflik has piled up a decent wealth over the years she has worked and has an estimated net worth of $2 million.
David Folkenflik Career
David joined NPR as a media correspondent in 2004. He is stationed in New York City. Moreover, his analyses and reporting are broadcasted on NPR’s news magazines such as Here & Now as well as All Things Considered, Morning Edition. David’s work is as well featured on NPR’s mobile website and platforms.
David’s stories also shed some light on the figures who shape stories of our age, tectonic shifts affecting the news industry, and journalism. While serving at NPR, he secured the first interview with Dean Baquet, New York Times executive editor after his appointment, and also covered Tronc company, the workplace behavior of the CEO of the Los Angeles Times.
Prior to joining NPR, he served for nearly a decade for Baltimore Sun. During his tenure at Baltimore Sun, David covered higher education, National Politics, and the media. He kicked off his journalism career while working for the Durham Herald-Sun in North Carolina.