Gregory Warner Biography
Gregory Warner is an American journalist serving as a Host of NPR’s Rough Translation podcast. And an International Correspondent for National Public Radio presently.
He served mainly covering East Africa as the station’s Foreign Correspondent previously. Warner worked as a Senior Reporter at the Marketplace for several years before NPR. He enjoys traveling, listening to podcasts, and reading during his free time.
Gregory Warner Age
Gregory Warner was born in the United States of America. But he has not disclosed his age and date of birth to the public.
Gregory Warner Height
Gregory stands at a height of 5 ft 8 inches/ approx. 1.72 m tall.
Gregory Warner Education
Gregory graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in English from the University of Yale.
Gregory Warner Family
Gregory is a private person when it comes to matters concerning his father, mother, and siblings, despite being in the public limelight.
Gregory Warner Wife
Gregory likes to keep his life private away from the public’s spotlight regarding his marital status due to his secretive nature. It is not known whether he is dating, single, married, or divorced, however.
Gregory Warner Salary
He receives an annual salary of $99,780, according to NPR News anchors/reporters’ salaries.
Gregory Warner’s Net Worth
Gregory earns an approximate net worth of $1 million – $5 million US dollars.
Gregory Warner Career
Gregory serves as a Host of NPR’s Rough Translation podcast. And an International Correspondent at the National Public Radio since August 2012 presently. He has been hosting the podcast since January 2017.
In the year 2012, Gregory joined the station officially when he was first hired mainly covering East Africa as a Foreign Correspondent. He covered unparallel economic growth, religion, and terrorism while covering East Africa.
Gregory worked as a Senior reporter at Marketplace before NPR. He mainly focused on covering American health Care. Gregory has been awarded several awards including a Best News Feature award.
From the Third Coast International Audio Festival, PRNDI, Edward R. Murrow Award. And Peabody Award in his line of duty as an American journalist.