Josh Reyes Biography
Josh Reyes is a preeminent American journalist presently serving at Atlanta Journal-Constitution as the Gwinnett County education reporter. It is located in Atlanta, Georgia. Before joining Atlanta Journal-Constitution, he covered Portsmouth city government for The Virginian-Pilot.
Josh Reyes Age
Josh Reyes was born in the United States. Nevertheless, Josh has not babbled any information with regard to his personal details including his age or his dates of birth. He may be around 28-33 years old from his appearance.
Josh Reyes Height
Josh is a man of standard stature and stands at the height of 5 feet 7 inches (Approx 1.70m).
Josh Reyes Family
Josh Reyes was born in the United States of America to his dedicated and supportive father and mother. Nevertheless, Josh has not uttered any conspicuous intel concerning his staunch parents. Moreover, Josh was raised alongside a prepossessing sibling sister.
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Josh Reyes Salary
He pockets a satisfactory salary of $72,119 annually. This is according to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution Gwinnett County education reporters’ salaries.
Josh Reyes Net Worth
Josh Reyes has managed to garner good affluence in his career over the years and has an estimated net worth ranging between $1 million – $5 million.
Josh Reyes Career
As of now, Josh works as the Gwinnett County education reporter at the Atlanta Journal-Constitution stationed in Atlanta, Georgia. Before joining Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Josh served as a journalist for The Virginian-Pilot located in Hampton Roads, Virginia Metropolitan Area. There, he reported on the Portsmouth city government.
Initially, he worked for Dail Press as a reporter where he covered a number of local government beats. Moreover, Josh also produced public accountability and watchdog stories for Daily Press. Additionally, he wrote features and enterprise pieces.
Previously, Josh worked as editor-in-chief for The Captain’s Log-based in Newport News, Virginia for one year and one month from May 2015 to May 2016. He kicked off his journalism career at Christopher Newport University as a writing intern from May 2014 up to August 2014. Later, he was commissioned as a writing consultant where he served for two years and five months from January 2014 to May 2016.