Tonya Mosley Biography
Tonya Mosley is a famous radio and television podcaster. Mosley co-hosts WBUR and NPR midday talk show titled Here & Now. She co-hosted the show along with her other two co-hosts named Scott Tong and Robin Young.
Mosley hosts the podcast about race from KQED an advice show called Truth Be Told. She won the John S. Knight journalism fellowship in 2015 at Stanford also.
Tonya Mosley Age
Tonya Mosley was born in Detroit, Michigan, United States of America. However, she is around 37 years old. Her exact age, date, and year of birth are not publically known.
Tonya Mosley Height
She Stands at a height of 5 ft 5 inches/ Approx 1.65 m tall.
Tonya Mosley Family
Mosley is a reserved person and likes to keep his life private regarding his family members and siblings despite being a public eye.
Tonya Mosley Husband
Mosley is a happily married television podcaster and a mother of two. Her firstborn is a daughter and a son is a second-born. Mosley has not shared much with the public about her baby daddy, however.
Tonya Mosley Education
Mosley graduated from the University of Missouri with a degree in English and journalism.
Tonya Mosley Salary
Mosley earns an annual salary of $70,175 per year, according to Here & Now anchor’s/reporters salaries.
Tonya Mosley Net Worth
She earns an estimated net worth of $1 million US dollars.
Tonya Mosley Career
Presently, she co-hosts WBUR and NPR midday talk show titled Here & Now. Mosley served in San Francisco for KQED as a host. And the Silicon Valley bureau chief before coming to a Here & Now co-host.
Also, she has other experiences serving as the host for WBUR as well as as a senior education reporter. Mosley was once serving for Al Jazeera America as a television correspondent additionally.
She reported in different markets such as Louisville, Ky, Wash., and Seattle. Mosley at Stanford University won the John S. Knight Journalism Fellowship in 2015. The award appreciated her work on the impact of implicit bias in co-creating a workshop for journalists.