Coleman Hughes Bio, Age, Height, Wife, Salary, Net worth, Podcast Conversations

Coleman Hughes
Coleman Hughes

Coleman Hughes Biography

Coleman Hughes is a podcast host and journalist currently working as a reporter for Podcast. He was serving at City Journal as contributing editor and the Manhattan Institute for Policy Research as a fellow reporter. Currently, Hughes serves for Podcast Conversations as the host.

He specializes in issues related to applied ethics,  public policy, and race. Hughes Coleman attended Newark Academy for high school education. Later on, He earned a B.A. in philosophy from the University of Columbia in 2020.

Coleman Hughes Age

Hughes was born on February 25, 1996, in New Jersey, United States. Hughes is 25 years old as of 2021.

Coleman Hughes Height

Hughes stands at a moderate height of  5 ft 7 inches/ 1.72 m tall.

Coleman Hughes Education

Hughes attended Newark Academy for high school education. Later on, He earned a B.A. in philosophy from the University of Columbia in 2020.

Coleman Hughes Family

Hughes has managed to keep his life private regarding his father, mother, and siblings.

Coleman Hughes Wife

Hughes has not disclosed out any details regarding his marital status.

Coleman Hughes Children

Hughes is a secretive person when it comes to personal details regarding his children.

Coleman Hughes Salary

Hughes receives an annual salary of $75,325, according to Podcast anchors/reporters’ salaries.

Coleman Hughes Net worth

Hughes has an estimated net worth that ranges between $1 Million – $5 Million U.S dollars.

Coleman Hughes Career

Hughes is a podcast host and journalist currently working as a reporter for Podcast. Hughes was serving at City Journal as contributing editor and the Manhattan Institute for Policy Research as a fellow reporter. Currently, He serves for Podcast Conversations as the host.

Hughes specializes in issues related to applied ethics,  public policy, and race. His writing has been featured for Policy Research Project Manhattan Institute in Quillette 1776. Moreover, Hughes has also contributed to publications such as the Heterodox Academy blog. The Washington Examiner, National Review, The New York Times,  The Wall Street Journal, and  The Spectator.

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