Rana Foroohar Biography
Rana Foroohar is an American business columnist and an associate editor at the Financial Times. Also, Rana is CNN’s global economic analyst. In the past, she was economics and foreign editor at Newsweek, where she had previously worked as a London-based correspondent covering Europe and the Middle East.
Foroohar is a contributor to The Daily Beast and an occasional commentator on MSNBC’s Now with Alex Wagner and various CNN programs and a member of the Council on Foreign Relations
Rana Foroohar Age
Floorhar was born in 1970 in the United States. She is about 49 years old as of 2019. She is an American by nationality and of white ethnicity. Information about her date of birth and birthplace are unavailable at the moment. She lives in Brooklyn with her family.
Rana Foroohar Family
She is the daughter of Aygen Erol Dogar (father) a Turkish immigrant and an engineer who started a small manufacturing business in the Midwest. Her mother Ann was a school teacher, and herself the daughter of immigrants from Sweden and England.
Rana Foroohar Husband | Rana Foroohar Children
Foroohar has been married twice in her life. Foroohar is married to John Sedgwick, who was her long term boyfriend before they tied the knot.
With Sedgwick, she shares two children, a daughter Darya Sedgwick and a son Alex Sedgwick. The family of four resides in Brooklyn. Similarly, she wrote in Makers and Takers about her father-in-law Robert Minturn Sedgwick, an investment professional who warned about the drawbacks of actively managed funds.
Previously, Foroohar was married to Iranian-British journalist Kambiz Foroohar. She hasn’t revealed the exact date of their wedding. Shortly after marriage, the couple ended their relationship into a divorce.
Rana Foroohar Education
Foroohar graduated from Barnard College, Columbia University in 1992 with a B. A. in English literature.
Rana Foroohar Career
Foroohar served as a deputy editor in charge of Newsweek and did international business and economics coverage. She also edited a weekly section of breaking news stories, features, and guest articles. Her additional responsibilities were writing the economic cover stories and opinion pieces and a bi-weekly column on the global economy.
Foroohar oversaw Newsweek’s global correspondents and stringers team and directed their reporting on the week’s business news. While in Newsweek, Rana was also an in-charge of economic coverage for Newsweek’s annual Davos special issue,
She spent six years as the magazine’s European economic correspondent based in London, covering Europe and the Middle East. Rana won the German Marshall Fund’s Peter R. Weitz Prize for transatlantic reporting. She was also the general editor at Newsweek, a reporter for Forbes, and writer and editor at various other national and international publications.
Foroohar has been working as an assistant managing editor/columnist in the Times magazine from the year2010, she is in charge of economics and business. She has also been a regular contributor for WNYC Radio since 2012.
Besides that, she is a global economic analyst in CNN from the past three years (2013). She covers the intersection of economics, business, politics, and foreign affairs for domestic and international operations. Foroohar is an author of ‘Makers and Takers: The Rise of Finance and the Fall of American Business’. She is a frequent commentator on economic and political affairs for CBS, NBC, BBC, and other media outlets. Rana is also a member of the Council on Foreign Relations.
Rana Foroohar Net Worth
Rana has earned an excellent amount throughout her journalism career. Her net worth is estimated to be $1 million as of 2019. However, the exact figure of her remuneration is still under review. The primary source of Rana’s earning comes from her television career. Furthermore, Rana has spent over a decade in the broadcasting sector and made some good contribution to the field.