Kim Ghattas Biography
Kim Ghattas a Dutch-Lebanes Emmy-award-winning journalist and author serving at The Atlantic as a contributing writer and at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace as a non-resident senior fellow. She previously served for 20 years as a BBC journalist. Adittionally, she is the writer of The Secretary and her recent book Black Wave.
Kim Ghattas Age
Ghattas was born in Beirut in Lebanon on January 1st, 1977.
Kim Ghattas Height
Kim stands tall at a height of 5 ft 5 in/1.65 m
Kim Ghattas Family
Kim is of Dutch-Lebanese nationality. Information about her family background are publicly unavailable. this section will be updated as soon as this information is available.
Kim Ghattas Husband
Information about her love life are publicly unavailable. this section will be updated as soon as this information is available.
Kim Ghattas Education
Kim joined at the American University of Beirut and later earned a bachelor’s degree. She is also fluent in English, French languages and Arabic.
Kim Ghattas Salary
Kim earns an estimated annual salary of $86,530.
Kim Ghattas Net Worth
Kim has an estimated net worth is $1 million.
Kim Ghattas Career
Kim reported for the BBC and the Financial Times. She aired the Middle East news from Iraq, Saudi Arabia, Syria, and Lebanon. She later served as the BBC’s State Department correspondent based in Washington in 2008. She as well worked at the station traveling regularly with Secretary of State: Condoleezza Rice, John Kerry, and Hillary Clinton. Of her 20 years of service, she left the station to join the Atlantic as a contributing writer.
She started off her journalism career in 1998 working in Beirut at the local English-language newspaper The Daily Star as an intern. She served at the station and later joined Dutch newspaper de Volkskrant as a reporter. Along wirh her colleagues they aired the war between Israel and Hezbollah in 2006.
They as well earned themselves an Emmy for international news coverage Award through their report. Back in 2008, she got t be the BBC’s State Department correspondent based in Washington. She as well got recognized by publications like Monocle for my State Department reporting.
She as well works at The Atlantic magazine as a contributing writer and at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace as a non-resident senior fellow. She as well serves on the board of directors of ARIJ, an organization that trains and supports investigative journalists in the Arab world.