Tonya Mosley Biography
Tonya Mosley is prominent American television and radio journalist and podcaster. As of now, the Murrow and Emmy award-winning Tonya co-host NPR and WBUR’s midday talk show known as Here & Now. She co-hosts the show alongside her other two co-hosts called Scott Tong and Robin Young. She also hosts a podcast, an advice show about race from KQED known as Truth Be Told. In 2015, she earned the John S. Knight journalism fellowship at Stanford.
Tonya received an Emmy Award for her televised piece “Beyond Ferguson” in 2016. She also won a national Edward R. Murrow award for her public radio series known as “Black in Seattle.” In 2010, She created a website that she christened NewNaturalista.com in the year 2010. As of now, the site is so famous as it is aimed at building wealth for women of mental well-being, color, social justice, healthy living, and natural hair.
Tonya Mosley Age
Tonya Mosley was born in Detroit, Michigan, United States of America. However, Tonya has not revealed her childhood details such as her date and year of birth. She may be around 38 years old from her appearance.
Tonya Mosley Height
She is a woman of average stature. Tonya Stands at the height of 5 ft 5 in ( Approx 1.65m).
Tonya Mosley Family
She is a native of Detroit Michigan where she was born to her caring mother and dedicated father. Despite her publicity, information with reference to her family is still below the radar.
Tonya Mosley Education
She attended the University of Missouri and graduated with a degree in English and journalism. She was a John S. Knight Fellow at Stanford University from 2015 to 2016.
Tonya Mosley Husband
Tonya is a proud mother of two beloved children, a daughter, and a son. In 2021, her lovely son celebrated his 8th birthday. Nevertheless, Tonya doesn’t disclose much concerning her family and especially her baby daddy.
Tonya Mosley Salary
She receives a decent salary of $70,175 per year. This is in accordance with NPR hosts’ salaries.
Tonya Mosley Net Worth
Tonya Mosley has stockpiled good affluence in her career and has an estimated net worth of $2 million.
Tonya Mosley Career
As of now, she works as the LA-stationed co-host of a midday radio show known as Here & Now which is co-produced by NPR and WBUR. At the same time, she works as the host of the podcast known as Truth Be Told. Before becoming a Here & Now co-host, she worked for KQED based in San Francisco as a host and the Silicon Valley bureau chief. Tonya also has other experiences working as the host for WBUR as well as a senior education reporter.
Moreover, she worked for Al Jazeera America as a television correspondent. Tonya reported in various markets including Louisville, Ky., and Seattle, Wash. In 2015, she earned the John S. Knight Journalism Fellowship at Stanford University. Tonya received an Emmy Award for her televised piece known as “Beyond Ferguson” in 2016. She also won a national Edward R. Murrow award for her public radio series known as “Black in Seattle.”