Hansi Lo Wang Biography
Hansi Lo Wang is a preeminent American journalist presently serving at NPR as a national correspondent where he covers the power, people, as well as money behind the U.S. census. Moreover, he became the first journalist to reveal plans by previous President Donald Trump’s administration to finish the 2020 census counting early.
Hansi Lo Wang Age
Hansi Lo Wang was born in the United States of America. However, Hansi likes to maintain a low profile hence he has not divulged her exact birth details. He is around 36 years old from his appearance.
Hansi Lo Wang Height
Hansi is a man of standard stature and stands at a height of 5 feet 9 inches (Approx 1.75 m).
Hansi Lo Wang Family
Hansi Lo Wang was born and raised by his caring and supportive father and mother in the United States. As of now, Hansi has not disclosed any information with respect to either his parents or whether he has siblings. We shall update this portion, once the details regarding his parents and siblings are within our reach.
Hansi Lo Wang Wife
He resides in the United States. However, Hansi likes to maintain a low key when it comes to matters with regard to his private life hence he has not disclosed any information about his love life. Therefore, it’s unknown whether Hansi is married, dating, or single.
Hansi Lo Wang Salary
He earns a satisfactory salary of $66,147 per year. This is according to NPR national correspondents’ salaries.
Hansi Lo Wang Net Worth
Hansi Lo Wang has managed to accumulate a decent fortune over the years he has served and has an estimated net worth of $1 million – $5 million.
Hansi Lo Wang Career
At this present moment, Hansi works for NPR as a national correspondent. Most of the time he covers the power, people, and money behind the U.S. census. Moreover, he became the first journalist to reveal plans by previous President Donald Trump’s administration to finish the 2020 census counting early.
Hansi’s reports of the administration’s stalled push for a census citizenship question made him garner the American Statistical Association’s Excellence in Statistical Reporting Award. He won the National Headliner Award for his reporting from the remote village in Alaska where the 2020 count officially began. Hansi was the first journalist to display plans by previous President Donald Trump’s administration to end 2020 census counting early.
His investigation into the decades-long campaign for a census citizenship question was honored with a Sigma Delta Chi Award by the Society of Professional Journalists.