Toluse Olorunnipa is a famous Nigerian-American journalist currently working at The Washington Post as the White House journalist since joining back in January 2019. Previously he worked at CNN News for two years and eleven months as a political analyst.
Before joining The Washington Post, Toluse worked as a Washington Correspondent for four years for Bloomberg LP.
Toluse Olorunnipa Age
Toluse Olorunnipa was born on December 21, 1986, in Nigeria. He is around years old.
Toluse Olorunnipa Height
Toluse stands at the height of 5 feet 7 inches (approximately 1.70m).
Toluse Olorunnipa Family
Toluse was born in Nigeria to his stalwart parents. Nevertheless, he has disclosed no resilient facts with concern to his parents or if he has any siblings. Consequently, his parent’s and siblings’ whereabouts are presently absent.
Toluse Olorunnipa Wife
As for now, he is single. He is seemingly concentrated on his career and there has been no history of his one-time relationships either. Nevertheless, we will update these parts swiftly as it is seen in the public eye.
Toluse Olorunnipa Children
He has ignored this portion of public attention. As a result, we cannot disclose whether he has any kids. Regardless, this issue at hand will be improved swiftly once seen in the public eye.
Toluse Olorunnipa Education
Toluse joined a local high school. Afterward, he enrolled at Stanford University and graduated with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Sociology. Further, he also achieved a Master’s Degree of Arts in Sociology from the University of Stanford.
Toluse Olorunnipa Salary
Olorunnipa receives an annual average salary of $88,752.This is according to The Washington Post anchors/reporters’ salaries
Toluse Olorunnipa Net Worth
Olorunnipa has an estimated net worth of $1.5 Million US dollars.
Toluse Olorunnipa Career
Olorunnipa joined The Washington Post back in January 2019. As for now, he serves as a White House reporter. Olorunnipa also works in a political enterprise and as an investigative reporter for the magazine. He was earlier commissioned as a political analyst from May 2019 to March 2022 by CNN News.
Before joining The Washington Post and CNN News, he served at Bloomberg LP for six years. Here, he began out as a Florida correspondent back in 2013. Olorunnipa concealed politics, breaking news, and business news in the Sunshine State. He was then glorified as a Washington correspondent in February 2015. Olorunnipa worked for four years up to January 2019.
Earlier, he operated at The Miami Herald Media Company in Miami, Florida for four years. Here, he worked as a business and politics reporter from 2009 to 2013. His roles included real estate, covering financial news, real estate, and the economy in Latin America and South Florida. He also shielded the Governor’s Office, the Legislature, and politics for the Miami Herald as well as Tampa Bay Times Tallahassee bureau.
Before, he served in San Fransisco, California for one year at New Media Lab, San Fransisco State University. Here, he worked as a media producer from 2009 to 2010. Prior to that, he served at Stanford, California. While still there, he worked as an author and founder for 73rd & Ps. Publishing Co from 2009 to 2010. He began his journalism job operating in New York. Here, he worked at The Wall Street Journal for less than a year in 2008 as a multimedia producer.