Wade Goodwyn Biography
Wade Goodwyn is an illustrious American journalist currently working as an NPR National Desk Correspondent since joining in September of 1991. There, wade covers Texas and the surrounding states. He kicked off his journalism career in radio as a freelancer and began to work for his current station back in 1991.
Wade Goodwyn Age
Wade Goodwyn was born in the United States. He may be around 50-55 years old, although he has managed to keep his personal information including his age and his dates of birth secretive, despite being in the spotlight.
Wade Goodwyn Height
Wade is a man of standard stature and stands at a height of 5 feet 9 inches (Approx 1.75m).
Wade Goodwyn Family
Wade was born to his hardworking father Lawrence Goodwyn and his supportive mother in the United States of America. His dad is a journalist, liberal activist, and history professor stationed at Duke University. Nevertheless, Wade has not divulged any key information with respect to his mother or if he has any siblings.
Wade Goodwyn Education
He enrolled at the University of Texas where she graduated with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in History.
Wade Goodwyn Wife
He is gladly hitched to his beloved wife. Nevertheless, Wade has not babbled any salient information concerning his caring and supportive wife. Wade is a proud dad of two beautiful teenage daughters.
Wade Goodwyn Salary
He pockets an ample salary of $94,236 annually. This is according to NPR correspondents’ salaries.
Wade Goodwyn Net Worth
Wade Goodwyn has managed to stockpile good affluence in his career over the years he has worked and has an estimated net worth of $1 million – $5 million.
Wade Goodwyn Career
He became part of the National Public Radio family in September of 1991. As of now, Wade serves as an NPR National Desk Correspondent. There, wade covers Texas and the surrounding states. He has covered a wide range of matters such as hurricanes, mass shootings, and Republican politics. Wade also covers the national news emerging from the Lone Star State.
In 1991, he met with Robert Siegel, All Things Considered, host, and linked him with the NPR commissioning office. He kicked off his journalism career at that time serving as a freelancer. Wade as well learned radio techniques from his first editor, Judith Doherty. In 1993, he moved to Waco, Texas to make his profession transition financially. His stories are frequently included in NPR programs like All Things Considered and Morning Edition.