Andres Oppenheimer Biography
Andres Oppenheimer is a prominent journalist. He works at The Miami Herald as Latin America Editor and Syndicated Columnist presently. Oppenheimer works at CNN En Español of “Oppenheimer Presenta”as an anchor.
His column The Oppenheimer Report appears in more than 60 U.S, and international newspapers like La Nación of Argentina among others further. Oppenheimer worked with The Associated Press for five years in New York prior. He is the writer of seven books that are translated into Portuguese, English, Spanish, and also Japanese additionally.
Andres Oppenheimer Age
Oppenheimer was born on November 24, 1951, in Buenos Aires, Argentina . He is 70 years old.
Andres Oppenheimer Height
Oppenheimer stands at an average height of 5 ft 6 in/1.71 m tall.
Andres Oppenheimer Education
Oppenheimer went to the USA through the World Press Institute at Macalester College in St. Paul, Minnesota in 1976. In 1978, he then attended Columbia University in New York City and graduated with his master’s degree in journalism.
Oppenheimer matriculated from ESAN University of Peru with his Ph.D. degree in 2014. The Domingo Savio University of Bolivia in 2011 and also the Galileo University of Guatemala in 2004.
Andres Oppenheimer Family
Oppenheimer’s parents moved to Argentina from Germany. Although he has not disclosed details about his parents and whether he has any siblings.
Andres Oppenheimer Wife
Oppenheimer has maintained a low profile on details regarding his relationship status despite being a popular journalist. However, it’s not known whether he is in a relationship or not.
Andres Oppenheimer Salary
Oppenheimer receives an annual receives salary of $51,700.
Andres Oppenheimer Net Worth
Oppenheimer earns an approximately net worth of $1 Million US dollars.
Andres Oppenheimer Career
Oppenheimer works at The Miami Herald as Latin America Editor and Syndicated Columnist. He works as anchor of “Oppenheimer Presenta” on CNN En Español also. Oppenheimer’s column The Oppenheimer Report appears in more than 60 the U.S. And international newspapers like Reforma of Mexico, El Mercurio of Chile, the Miami Herald. El Comercio of Peru, El Mundo of Spain, and La Nación of Argentina among others further.
He worked with The Associated Press for five years in New York prior. Oppenheimer is the writer of seven books that are translated into Portuguese, English, Spanish, and also Japanese additionally. He worked at The Miami Herald as a business writer and as a Mexico City bureau chief, and foreign correspondent Also.
Oppenheimer also contributed to The New York Times, El Pais of Spain, The New Republic, the BBC, CBS’ “60 Minutes”, and The Washington Post before. He was chosen as one of the “500 most important journalists” of the USA by Forbes Media in 1993. Oppenheimer was among the “100 most powerful people” in Latin America in 2002 and 2008 as per Poder Magazine.
He earned himself the 1987 Pulitzer Prize as a co-winner and two-time Inter-American Press. Association Award winner as a member of The Miami Herald team. Oppenheimer got the 1997 award from the National Association of Hispanic Journalists winner also.