Yowei Shaw Biography
Yowei Shaw is a preeminent American journalist presently serving as a host and editorial editorial lead of NPR’s podcast Invisibilia stationed in Washington, District Of Columbia, United States of America. Yowei co-hosts the Invisibilia podcast at National Public Radio together with Kia Miakka Natisse. Before, she served as a USA Knight Fellow.
Yowei Shaw Age
Yowei Shaw was born and raised in the United States of America. He is around 32 years old, although details with reference to his exact date and year of birth are currently unavailable.
Yowei Shaw Height
Yowei is a woman of standard stature and stands at a height of 5 feet 9 inches (Approx. 1.75 m).
Yowei Shaw Family
Yowei Shaw was born and brought up by her caring and supporting parents in the United States of America. Yowei’s lovely parents are Taiwanese-American immigrants. She amazingly received the Third Coast Documentary Award for her covering her parent’s obsession with tango dancing. Nevertheless, there is no detailed information with reference to her parents and siblings.
Yowei Shaw Education
She attended the University of Pennsylvania and graduated with a bachelor’s degree in Sociology with a Concentration in Culture in 2010.
Yowei Shaw Boyfriend
She is in romantic with her lovely boyfriend called Kyle Pulley and the duo has been dating for more than 6 years. He serves as a music producer at Headroom Studios.
Yowei Shaw Salary
She earns an ample salary of $93,450 annually. This is in accordance with NPR hosts’ salaries.
Yowei Shaw Net Worth
Yowei Shaw has over the years amassed a decent fortune from her journalism career and has an estimated net worth ranging between $1 million – $5 million.
Yowei Shaw Career
At this present moment, Yowei works as the editorial lead and co-hosts Invisibilia, the NPR podcast, stationed in Washington, District Of Columbia, United States of America together with Kia Miakka Natisse.
Before Invisibilia, she worked as a USA Knight Fellow and her work there has been featured on Studio 360, Pop Up Magazine, and This American Life, among others. Additionally, she produced interviews on NPR’s Fresh Air at one point. Also, she once made good elevator music in Chinatown, Philadelphia.
Yowei kicked off her radio career by teaching youth media. In course of her career, she has received several Awards such as a Leeway Transformation Award, a United States Artists fellowship, and the Third Coast Documentary Award. Furthermore, Yowei has attained an AAJA National Journalism Association Award as well as National Edward R. Murrow Award