Rukmini Callimachi is a Romanian-American correspondent and journalist. Nowadays, Rukmini serves for The New York Times. Rukmini shields Islamic extremism, including the Islamic State and Al Qaeda. Callimachi has exposed the institutionalization of sex slavery by ISIS and linked child labor in gold mines in Senegal to banks in Switzerland.
Rukmini Callimachi Age
Rukmini Callimachi was born on June 25, 1973, in Bucharest, Romania. Callimachi is
Rukmini Callimachi Height
Callimachi is a woman of average height. She stands at the height of 5 feet 5 inches (Approximately 1.65 m).
Rukmini Callimachi Family
She was born and raised by her parents in Bucharest, Romania. She earned her name “Rukmini” via her family’s nearness to the Indian theosophist Rukmini Devi Arundale. She is the inventor of the Kalakshetra Foundation in Chennai, India. Together with her grandmother and mother, she departed Romania during the communist regime for Switzerland and then the United States of America.
Rukmini Callimachi Husband
She is wedded to her handsome husband Mikhael Lafarge. The pair are merrily married, nevertheless, it is not known whether they have children.
Rukmini Callimachi Education
She joined The Thacher School in Ojai and The Oak Grove School, in California. Afterward, she graduated from the College of Dartmouth and Exeter of the University of Oxford, where she graduated with a course in linguistics.
Rukmini Callimachi Salary
Callimachi receives an annual average salary of $82,545. This is according to The New York Times Anchors/reporters’ salaries.
Rukmini Callimachi Net Worth
Callimachi has an estimated net worth of $1 million-$5 million US dollars.
Rukmini Callimachi Career
She presently serves for The New York Times. Callimachi shields Islamic extremism, including the Islamic State and Al Qaeda. Callimachi has revealed the institutionalization of sex slavery by ISIS and connected child labor in gold mines in Senegal to banks in Switzerland. Also, she has disclosed massacres committed by government powers from the Ivory Coast to Mali.
However, she was the first journalist in the 75-year history of the Overseas Press Club to win both the Bob Considine and Hal Boyle Awards in that same year. She also won the 2016 International Center for Journalists Integrity in Journalism Award for her exceptional contribution to uncovering crimes against humankind.