Vivian Salama Biography
Vivian Salama is an American news reporter and journalist who is best known for covering the news on the Middle East for more than a decade. She is also a White House correspondent for the Associated Press who reports on issues mostly relating on foreign policy and national security.
Vivian Salama Age
Born in 1980 She is Around 39 years of age as 2019.
Vivian Salama Height
She stands At a Height of 5 feet and 6 inches Tall. She also Has a Fair Body Weight To Match her Height.
Vivian Salama Ethnicity
Vivian is a New Yorker and is of Egyptian-American ethnicity. She grew up in Rockland County, NY.
Vivian Salama Career
Vivian Salama started her career as a producer for WNBC Channel 4 for over four years.
Later on, she served as the producer for ABC News in 2006. Also, she worked part-time for TIME.com, France24, etc. She also worked as an adjunct lecturer for the Department of Journalism in the Rutgers University.
After that, she became a special correspondent for covering the news in the Middle East. Her brilliant coverage secured her the promotion to Head of Abu Dhabi Bureau while at Bloomberg TV in 2009.
Later, she came back to Washington to work as the Deputy Political Editor for the Associated Press in 2015. At the moment, she is serving as the White House Reporter in 2017 for the Associated Press
Vivian Salama Education
She is fluent in Arabic & has also studied Arabic at the American University in Cairo. Additionally, she has a working knowledge of Urdu & Spanish.
In 1999, she graduated with a Bachelors degree in Journalism and Theatre from Rutgers University. She revealed that her original major at Rutgers University was Biology. After she took an elective in communications, she decided to change her major.
She also has a Master of Arts in Islamic Politics from Columbia University.
Salame is currently studying at Georgetown University Law Center for a Doctor of Law (J.D.) and is expected to complete her degree in 2020.
Vivian Salama Wall Street Journal
Vivian Salama Associated Press
Salama joined The Wall Street Journal in May 2018 to cover the White House.She previously worked at NBC News, where she also covered the Trump White House and national politics.
Vivian moved to Washington in 2016, having worked as a foreign correspondent for over a decade, reporting from more than 60 countries. Her byline has appeared in dozens of publications, including the Associated Press, Bloomberg News, Foreign Affairs and Time. She served as the AP’s Baghdad bureau chief from 2014 to 2016 at the height of ISIS’s blitzkrieg across Iraq and Syria.