Yeganeh Torbati is a widespread American journalist. As of now, she works at The Washington Post as a reporter investigating the tax, budget, trade, and regulatory decisions made by Washington’s power brokers since September 2020.
Earlier, she performed as a ProPublica reporter who reported U.S. federal government. Before joining ProPublica in Jun 2019, she reported immigration at Reuters.
Yeganeh Torbati Age
Yeganeh Torbati was born in 1988 in Oklahoma, Norman, in the United States of America. She is 34 years of age.
Yeganeh Torbati Height
Yeganeh stands at a moderate height of 5 ft 6 in ( Approx1.65 m).
Yeganeh Torbati Family
Torbati was born and grew up in Oklahoma, Norman, to her Iranian Immigrant parents and speaks both Persian and Spanish. Currently, she has not revealed any details regarding either her parents or if she has siblings.
Yeganeh Torbati Husband
She resides in Washington, DC. She values maintaining a low key when it comes to matters concerning her personal life hence Yeganeh has not revealed any details regarding her relationship status. Thus, whether Yeganeh is single, dating or married is unknown. We shall keep you updated once we get the information.
Yeganeh Torbati Education
She obtained her high school diploma from Norman North high school in 2006. Afterward, she attended Yale University and graduated in 2010 attaining a BA in political science and modern Middle East studies.
Yeganeh Torbati Salary
Torbati receives an annual salary of $70,307. This is according to Washington Post anchor’s/reporters’ salaries.
Yeganeh Torbati Net Worth
Torbati has an estimated net worth of $1 million US dollars
Yeganeh Torbati Career
She currently serves at The Washington Post as a reporter investigating the tax, budget, trade, and regulatory decisions made by Washington’s power brokers since September 2020.
Torbati is an earlier Pro Publica reporter who reported U.S. federal government. Before joining ProPublica in Jun 2019, she reported immigration at Reuters. She was the first to reveal in 2018 the Trump administration’s detailed plans to discipline foreigners who use public benefits by making it more difficult or them to get green cards, and her narrative feature on a library on the U.S.-Canada border that plays host to reunions of families divided by the travel ban became adapted for a segment on “This American Life.”
During her former function at Reuters as a national security reporter, she was part of a coverage team that won a National Press Club award in 2017 due to their series on a prisoner swap between Iran and the United States of America.
Being a reporter reporting on Iran, Yeganeh was part of a Reuters reporting team in 2013 that uncovered the financial empire headed by Ayatollah Ali Khamenei the Supreme Leader. That series gained many awards such Overseas Press Club Award and the Gerald Loeb Award.
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