Sewell Chan is an eminent American journalist currently working as the editor-in-chief at Texas Tribune since October 2021.
Since he officially joined in September 2018, He has been a part of the station. Previously, Chan served as the editorial page editor at the Los Angeles Times. In his free time, Sewell enjoys reading and having a good time with his friends and family.
Sewell Chan Age
Sewell Chan was born in Manhattan, New York, the United States of America, on August 29, 1977. He is 45 years old and on August 29 every year celebrates his birthday.
Sewell Chan Height
Chan stands at an average height of 5 ft 8 inches (approx. 1.72 m).
Sewell Chan Education
He attended the New York City public schools before graduating from Hunter College High School, where Chan co-founded The Observer the school’s independent newspaper.
Later on, Sewell enrolled at the University of Harvard and graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Social Studies in 1998.
Sewell Chan Family
Sewell was born and raised to his loving and caring parents in Manhattan, New York, in the United States of America. Chan holds an American nationality by birth but is of Chinese descent. His father served as a Taxi Cab driver. Sewell was brought up in a small family where he was the only child.
Sewell Chan Wife
Despite being a popular media personality, He has managed to keep personal details off the public’s spotlight. Therefore, it is not known whether Sewell is single, dating, or in a relationship. However, we shall update you on his relationship status as soon as he reveals it to the public dominion.
Sewell Chan Salary
Sewell’s average salary is $86,740 per year. This is according to Texas Tribune anchors’ and reporters’ salaries.
Sewell Chan Net Worth
Chan has an approximate net worth of $1 million – $5 million U. S dollars.
Sewell Chan Career
Immediately after graduation, Sewell was hired at The Washington Post as a writer. There, Chan mainly covered education, social services, and municipal politics, poverty. Currently, since October 2021, He serves as editor-in-chief of The Texas Tribune, however, in September 2018, he officially joined the station.
Previously, Chan served for 14 years for the New York Times. He began his journalism career in July 2000, when he was hired as a reporter at the Washington Post majoring in education, local government, and social services.
While still a student at the university, He enrolled in internships in different networks such as The Philadelphia Inquirer, The Washington Post, and The Wall Street Journal.