Neil Bedi Biography
Neil Bedi works in Washington, D.C. for ProPublica, as a reporter on the federal government. He worked, in St. Petersburg, Florida for the Tampa Bay Times, as a reporter, he reported on stories such as criminal justice, patient safety, worker safety, government inaction, among other issues before.
Neil Bedi Age
Bedi was born in the USA however he has not disclosed his actual age, date of birth, and year of birth to the limelight.
Neil Bedi Height
Bedi stands at a moderate height of 5 ft 8 in/1.73m tall.
Neil Bedi Family
Bedi has severally thanked his parents for their support during his education and career. Little is known about his parents and siblings
Neil Bedi Husband
Bedi likes to keep his personal matters away from the limelight. It’s not known if he is married single or dating.
Neil Bedi Education
Bedi received a Bachelor of Science degree in Computer science from the University of California, Los Angeles School of Engineering in 2015.
Neil Bedi Salary
Bedi annually earns a salary of $70,176, according to ProPublica anchors/reporters salaries.
Neil Bedi Net Worth
Bedi has an estimated net worth is $2 million.
Neil Bedi Career
Bedi works in Washington, D.C. for ProPublica, as a reporter on the federal government, he also works at the University of Florida College of Journalism and Communication as an Adjunct Lecturer. Before he worked, in St. Petersburg, Florida for the Tampa Bay Times, as a reporter, for 4 years 7 months.
He reported on stories such as criminal justice, patient safety, worker safety, government inaction, among other issues. Bedi worked as an investigative reporter for the same paper, From Jan 2019 to Red 2021.
He also worked in New York City, for J.P Morgan as a technology analyst, from Jul 2015 to Jul 2016. Before, Bedi worked for Daily Bruin, as a Data Editor and photo editor. Bedi together with Neil and McGrory reported on an alarming death rate at a Johns Hopkins pediatric heart surgery center.
This report got them the George Polk Award, in 2018 and it was also the finalist for the Pulitzer Prize for Investigative Reporting.