Giles Snyder Biography
Giles Snyder is an illustrious American award-winning journalist presently serving in Martinsburg, West Virginia, United States as a newscaster for NPR. He as well works for National Public Radio as an erstwhile humor writer. Initially, he served for West Virginia Public Broadcasting for almost 15 years.
Giles Snyder Age
He was born in West Virginia, United States of America. He is around 58 years old, although details with reference to his exact date and year of birth are currently unavailable.
Giles Snyder Height
Giles is a man of standard stature and stands at a height of 5 feet 9 inches (approx. 1.75 m).
Giles Snyder Family
He was born to his hardworking and caring parents in the southern region of West Virginia and brought up in Charleston, South Carolina, United States of America. Nevertheless, there are no available details concerning his parents or siblings as of now and we will update you once we have clear information.
Giles Snyder Education
Giles attained his High School diploma from George Washington High School. Additionally, he matriculated at Marshall University in the Ohio River town of Huntington where he graduated with a bachelor’s degree.
Giles Snyder Wife
Giles is a married man and along with his family, he resides in Martinsburg. Notably, he never quite made it all the way to Washington, DC after being commissioned by NPR in June of 2004.
Giles Snyder Salary
He receives an ample salary of $135,564 annually. This is in accordance with NPR newscaster /reporters’ salaries.
Giles Snyder Net Worth
Giles Synder has amassed quite an impressive fortune in his career as a journalist over the years and has an estimated net worth of $5 million.
Giles Snyder Career
Giles joined NPR in June of 2004 and currently serves as a news broadcaster and reporter. Also, he is a former humor columnist for NPR based in Washington D.C. Furthermore, Giles used to write an award-winning humor column for The Journal, his local newspaper stationed in Martinsburg, West Virginia.
He has attained much recognition through his works as a columnist from the National Society of Newspaper Columnists throughout his career. Moreover, Giles has also been recognized and honored twice by the West Virginia Press Association. From November 1989 to June 2004, Giles worked as a newscaster for West Virginia Public Broadcasting.