Tim Kawakami Biography
Tim Kawakami is a famous American journalist currently working as the editor-in-chief for the San Francisco Bay Area edition of The Athletic. Before, he worked for the San Jose Mercury News as a sports columnist.
In addition to his print column, Tim communicated on Twitter, had a podcast series, and maintained a blog. Also, Tim appeared frequently on TV on Comcast SportsNet Bay Area. Furthermore, in 2013 he was named the California Sportswriter of the Year by the Sportswriters Association and the National Sportscasters.
Tim Kawakami Age
Tim Kawakami was born in 1966, in Oakland, California, United States of America. He is 56 years old.
Tim Kawakami Height
Tim is a man of standard stature and stands at a height of 5 feet 7 inches (Approx, 1.75 m).
Tim Kawakami Family
Tim was born and brought up in Oakland, California by his loving and caring parents. His grandfather established and owned a San Francisco Japanese-language newspaper known as The New World-Sun. Tim was raised alongside his four brothers and the oldest is known as Paul.
Tim Kawakami Education
Tim joined and graduated from Northwestern University, where he debuted his sportswriting with The Daily Northwestern.
Tim Kawakami Wife
Despite being a popular journalist, Tim has managed to keep a low profile with respect to his love life. Therefore, there is no sufficient verified intelligence affirming if Tim is married, dating, single, or divorced.
Tim Kawakami Salary
He receives a satisfactory salary of $73,654per year. This is in accordance with The Athletic editor-in-chiefs’ salaries.
Tim Kawakami’s Net Worth
Tim Kawakami has amassed a fortune over the years he has worked and has an estimated net worth ranging between $1 million – $5 million.
Tim Kawakami Career
As of now, he works as the editor-in-chief for the San Francisco Bay Area edition of The Athletic. Before, he worked for the San Jose Mercury News as a sports columnist and left in July of 2017. He interned at the Philadelphia Daily News and later was hired as their beat writer for the Philadelphia Eagles in the 1980s.
Tim moved to the Los Angeles Times in 1990 and reported on the Los Angeles Rams before moving to Boxing in 1993. While covering boxing, He began to cover UCLA Bruins men’s basketball in their national title season in 1994-95. Furthermore, Tim became the beat writer for the Los Angeles Lakers in 1998-99, where he covered the basketball team.