Shane Harris Biography
Shane Harris is a prominent American journalist working as an Intelligence. And National Security Reporter for The Washington Post. He also works at The Washington Post covering intelligence.
As well as national security as a staff writer additionally. Harris covered intelligence for The Wall Street Journal prior. He also is the writer of two books titled “. @War: The Rise of the Military-Internet Complex” and “The Watchers: The Rise of America’s Surveillance State ” besides his journalism career.
Shane Harris Age
Harris was born on July 30, 1986, in the United States. He is 36 years old as of 2022.
Shane Harris Height
Harris stands at a height of 5 ft 10 in/1.78 m tall.
Shane Harris Education
In 1994, Harris completed his high school course at Pope High School. He then earned his Bachelor of Arts degree in Politics from Wake Forest University.
Shane Harris Family
Harris is a private person when it comes to his personal life. Harris has managed to keep details about her parents and siblings away from the limelight.
Shane Harris Husband
Harris resides in Washington, D.C. But he has not shared information about his marital status. Hence, it’s not known whether he is dating, engaged, searching, or married.
Shane Harris Salary
Harris receives an annual salary of $112,519, in accordance with The Washington Post reporter’s salaries.
Shane Harris Net Worth
Harris earns an estimated net worth is $1 million US dollars.
Shane Harris Career
Since in January 2018, Harris has been working for Washington Post as an intelligence and national security reporter. He works at The Washington Post covering intelligence as well as national security as a staff writer apart from that.
Harris worked as an International Security Program fellow at New America in Washington, D.C, for 8 years prior. He worked for 1 year as a Senior Writer at The Wall Street Journal before.
Harris covered national security matters as well as the U.S intelligence community during his time there. He worked for The Daily beast for two years as a Senior Correspondent before.
Harris covered terrorism, cybersecurity, intelligence, and other national security issues during his tenure there. He served at Foreign Policy magazines in Washington, D.C as a senior writer. Where he worked for nearly 2 years covering cybersecurity, national security matters, and also intelligence prior.