Sam Sanders is a popular American journalist who currently serves at NPR located in Washington, District of Columbia, the United States as a podcast host and a reporter. He hosts Actors, musicians, and also journalists in his shows. In addition, every week on Fridays and Tuesdays he releases two episodes in his podcast.
Before he served at NPR as a co-host of the NPR Politics Podcast and covered politics in the 2016 election, pop culture, and also intersection of culture. In September 2015, he was the main Co-host of NPR’s Political Podcast.
Sam Sanders Age
Sam Sanders was born in San Antonio, United States, on August 17, 1984, and he’s 37 years of age.
Sam Sanders Height
Sanders stands at a moderate height of 5 ft 10 in ( Approx. 1.75 m).
Sam Sanders Family
Sam was born and brought up in the United States under the love and care of his supportive parents. His lovely mother is called Regina Sanders and he has not disclosed any information regarding his siblings and father.
Sam Sanders Husband
Sam has not shared any details regarding his marital status hence it’s not known if he’s single, married, or dating whereas it’s openly known that he’s gay.
Sam Sanders Education
Sam joined the University of the Incarnate Word in 2007 and graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Music Composition and Political Science. Later in 2009, Sam went to Harvard Kennedy School to further his studies and graduated with a master’s degree in politics, media, and Public policy.
Sam Sanders Salary
He receives an annual average salary of $126,870 and this is according to NPR podcasts’/reporters’ salaries.
Sam Sanders’s Net Worth
He has an estimated net worth of $1 million US dollars and his career as a reporter and podcast is the source of his wealth.
Sam Sanders Career
From 2011 to November 2017, he served at NPR as an assistant producer where he covered several stories such as shootings in Aurora, the 10th anniversary of 9/11, Hurricane Isaac, and the 2012 Iowa Republican Caucuses. He as well would lead the audio editing training for the Summer 2012 NPR Interns and also the 2012 class of NPR Kroc Fellows.
From November 2012 to October 2014, he became the associate producer, at the national desk located in Culver City, CA. While still there he covered several stories such as the mass shooting in Santa Monica, CA in June 2012, the Texas fertilizer plant explosion, and also the LAPD shooter saga in Big Bear.
In addition, he as well served from September 2014 to September 2015 as a weekend duty reporter at NPR located in Los Angeles. He also served from October 2014 to September 2015 as a general assignment reporter, at the news desk.
He as well served in Washington D.C. Metro Area from September 2015 to January 2015 as a politics reporter. While there, he covered several stories such as the intersection of culture, politics in the 2016 election for NPR’s Election Unit, and covered pop culture.