Gregory Warner Biography
Gregory Warner is a preeminent American journalist presently working at the National Public Radio, where he serves as the International Correspondent since August 2012 and serves as the host of NPR’s Podcast “Rough Translation” since January 2017. Before joining NPR, he worked as a Senior reporter at Marketplace.
Gregory Warner Age
Gregory Warner was born in the United States, unfortunately, his date, year, and state of birth remains a mystery to the public. Nevertheless, he may be 36 years old from his appearance.
Gregory Warner Height
Gregory is a man of standard stature and stands at a height of 5 feet 8 inches (Approx. 1.72 m).
Gregory Warner Family
Gregory was born and also brought up under the love, support, and care of his hardworking and staunch parents in the United States of America. Nevertheless, Gregory has not divulged any information with respect to either his parents or whether he has siblings.
Gregory Warner Education
After his primary and high school education, Gregory enrolled at Yale University where he graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in English.
Gregory Warner Wife
Due to his secretive nature, he has managed to keep his private life away from the limelight. Therefore, his relationship status is not available, hence it’s not known if Gregory is single, dating, married, or divorced. We will update you on the matter as soon as Gregory discloses the information to the public.
Gregory Warner Salary
He earns an ample salary of $99,780 annually. This is according to NPR International Correspondents’ salaries.
Gregory Warner Net Worth
Gregory Warner has successfully stockpiled his legally acquired fortune over the years and has an estimated net worth of $1 million – $5 million.
Gregory Warner Career
As of now, Gregory serves at the National Public Radio, where he works as the International Correspondent since August of 2012 and as well works as the host of NPR’s Podcast “Rough Translation” since January 2017. He officially came to the station back in 2012, when he was first commissioned as a Foreign Correspondent primarily covering East Africa.
While covering East Africa, he reported on unparallel economic growth, religion, and terrorism. Before joining NPR, he worked as a Senior reporter at Marketplace. Gregory primarily focused on reporting on American Health Care. In his line of duty as an American journalist, he has been awarded various awards including the Best News Feature award from the Third Coast International Audio Festival, Peabody Award, PRNDI, and Edward R. Murrow Award.