Sewell Chan Biography
Sewell Chan is an American journalist serving since October 2021 as the editor-in-chief at the Texas Tribune presently. In September 2018, he officially joined the station.
Chan served as the editorial page editor at the Los Angeles Times previously. He enjoys having a good time with his friends and family and reading during his free time.
Sewell Chan Age | Birthday
Sewell Chan was born on August 29, 1977, in Manhattan, New York, the United States of America. He is 44 years old as of 2021. He celebrates his birthday on August 29 every year.
Sewell Chan Height
He stands at a height of 5 ft 8 inches/approx. 1.72 m tall.
Sewell Chan Education
Chan attended Hunter College High School for his high school education. Where he co-founded The Observer the school’s independent newspaper. Sewell joined the University of Harvard, where in 1998, he attained a Bachelor of Arts degree in Social Studies later on.
Sewell Chan Family
Chan was born and raised in Manhattan, New York, the United States of America to his loving and supportive parents. he belongs to the Chinese but holds an American nationality by birth. Chan’s dad served as a Taxi Cab driver. Chan was the only child and was brought up in a small family.
Sewell Chan Wife
Chan likes to keep personal information off the public’s limelight despite being a popular media personality. Hence, it is not yet known to the public whether he is single, in a relationship, or married.
Sewell Chan Salary
Chan receives an annual salary of $86,740, according to New York City anchor’s/reporter’ salaries.
Sewell Chan Net Worth
He earns an approximate net worth of $1 million U.S dollars.
Sewell Chan Career
Chan was hired for The Washington Post as a writer immediately after graduation. He mainly covered and municipal poverty and politics, education, and social services there. Chan has serves since October the year 2021 as editor-in-chief of Texas.
Tribune, however, in September 2018, Chan officially joined the station currently. He served for 14 years for the New York Times previously. Chan started his journalism career in July 2000, when he was hired as a reporter major.
In social services, education, and local government, at the Washington Post. Chan enrolled in internships in different networks such as The Wall Street Journal. The Philadelphia Inquirer, and The Washington Post while still a student at the university.