Salma Abdelaziz Biography
Salma Abdelaziz an american journalist serving as a CNN reporter. She started working for the station as a Freelancer in June 2002 and in December 2010, she served as a digital media researcher for CNN’s international Assignment Desk. She later worked as an Assignment Editor for CNN’s International Assignment Desk from January to May 2011.
Salma Abdelaziz Age
Abdelaziz was born in Egypt, although she has kept her birth details private. Her age and date of birth are publicly unavailable, this section will b eupdated as soon as the information is made public.
Salma Abdelaziz Height
Salma stands tall at a height of 5 ft 4 in/1.6m
Salma Abdelaziz Family
Salma was born to Egyptian parents curently resing in London, England, UK, where she serves for CNN. She is Egyptian, and she is of Caucasian descent. She was raised up along with her sibling who she shared on her Instagram on September 19, 2021.
Salma Abdelaziz Husband
Salma information about her love life are publicly unavailable, this section will b eupdated as soon as the information is made public.
Salma Abdelaziz Education
Salma joined Georgia Institute of Technology back in 2006 and pursue a BS in International Affairs, and she later graduated in 2009.She later joined Georgia State University, where she earned her Master’s degree in Communication in 2011.
Salma Abdelaziz Salary
Salma earns an estimated annual salary of $69,285.
Salma Abdelaziz Net Worth
Salma has an net worth is $1 million.
Salma Abdelaziz Career
Salma a three-time Emmy winner and a 2018 AIB Breakthrough Talent Award. She serves as a CNN foreign field producer that focuses on breaking news, Middle East politics, and exclusive multi-platform content. She has been serving as a CNN reporter located in London, England, United Kingdom since July 2020.
She previouly served as a Student Assistant at Georgia Tech Research Institute for 7 months, from January to July 2009. Prior to that, the writer worked as an intern at Amnesty International for less than a year. Previously she worked as an intern at The Carter Center.
She got back to work at the same network in June 2011 as an International Assignment Editor, a position she served up to July 2020. She facilitated newsgathering in an assigned beat by utilizing both old and new media skills, developing and executing coverage to ensure stories meet network production standards, sharing competent editorial abilities backed by a proven track record of integrity and accuracy, managing and coordinating coverage the breaking news situations and unplanned events, and a variety of other responsibilities. She as well served as a field producer for the same network from May 2016 until July 2002.