Neda Ulaby Biography
Neda Ulaby is a news reporter currently serves for National Public Radio NPR. To cover digital media, cultural trends, and arts is her major role. Ulaby launched her career in journalism by serving on the features desk.
Of the Topeka Capital-Journal as an intern. Neda served from 1993 to 199 for the journal.
Neda Ulaby Age
Neda Ulaby was born in 1970, in Amman, Jordan, United States of America. She is 52 years old as of 2022.
Neda Ulaby Height
She stands at a moderate height of 5 ft 7 inches/ Approx 1.7 m tall.
Neda Ulaby Education
Ulaby joined Community High School in Ann Arbor for her high school diploma before joining Bryn Mawr College. In the year 1993, she graduated from college and later joined the University of Oxford in England in 1995 graduating with an MA in English. Ulaby is a former doctoral student in English literature at the moment.
Neda Ulaby Family
Ulaby was born in Amman, Jordan to her caring and loving parents during Black September. She spent her childhood in Michigan Ann Arbor, as well as Lawrence, Kansas.
Ulaby’s father Fawwaz Ulaby came from Syria, Damascus, and served as a professor of electrical engineering. Her biological father was Jewish and She came to learn of it in her late 20s.
Neda Ulaby Husband
Ulaby is happily married to her better half called Robin Brand. In 2003 and in 2014The duo met each other and walked down the aisle. Her cute husband serves as a political consultant. On June 6, 2018, Ulaby, tweeted “I am, officially, a gay divorcee”.
Neda Ulaby Salary
Ulaby receives an annual salary of $68,734 per year, according to National Public Radio anchors/reporters’ salaries
Neda Ulaby Net Worth
She earns an estimated net worth of $1 Million – $5 Million U.S dollars.
Neda Ulaby Career
She proceeded for the Chicago Reader and the Washington City Paper to become a freelancer. Ulaby became the managing editor of Chicago’s Windy City Times in 1999. She held this post for a year.
Ulaby became co-host of the radio program at the Movies called What’s Coming Out later. She has also taught classes in the humanities at the University of Chicago in Northeastern Illinois apart from covering news.
Ulaby once served at high schools working with at-risk students also. She edited fiction for The Chicago Review and also served for the prominent. Academic journal Critical Inquiry on the editing staff additionally.
In 2000, Ulaby became part of the NPR news team as part of their Next Generation Radio Initiative. In 2003, she worked as an editorial assistant and producer before to becoming a reporter.