Vivian Yee Biography
Vivian Yee is a famous American Journalist working as the Cairo bureau chief for the New York Times. Yee covers society, culture, and politics in North Africa and the Middle East.
Previously, She was working for the New York Times based in Beirut, Lebanon as the bureau chief.
Vivian Yee Age
Yee was born on March 26, in Michigan, in the United States. However, she has not disclosed her exact year of birth to the limelight.
Vivian Yee Height
Yee stands at a modarate height is 5 ft 8 in/1.73m tall.
Vivian Yee Education
Yee attended Yale University and graduated with a bachelor of arts degree in English majoring in writing. She was the editor of the college’s newspaper and she also worked at the Metro desk of the New York Times as an intern while schooling at Yale.
Vivian Yee Family
Yee was born and brought up in Michigan in the United States. She was also brought up in Orange County, California in addition. Yee was born into a Chinese descent family. Vivian was kicked out of Saturday Chinese school for reading English books under her desk, at the age of eight years.
Vivian Yee Husband
Since 2012, Yee has been in a journalism career. She has not shared to the media, details about her parents and siblings, however.
Vivian Yee Salary
Yee receives an annual salary of $124, 876.
Vivian Yee Net Worth
Yee earns an approximated net worth is $1.5 million US dollars.
Vivian Yee Career
She works for the New York Times as the Cairo bureau chief as of now. Yee covers society, culture, and politics in North Africa and the Middle East. She worked for the New York Times based in Beirut, Lebanon as the bureau chief prior.
Yee played the role of writing on Immigration in the United States during Trump’s administration. She spent five years reporting on New York politics and New York City prior to writing on Immigration.