Rana Jawad Biography
Rana Jawad is an American award-winning multimedia journalist and BBC News North Africa correspondent. Also, he has a writer and author of ‘Tripoli Witness’. Furthermore, she served as a BBC News regional Correspondent for 18yrs.
Rana Jawad Age
Rana’s age, date of birth, and birthday are publicly not available. We will update this section once this information is available.
Rana Jawad Height
Rana stands at an average height. However, details regarding her actual height and other body measurements are currently not publicly available. We will update this section when the information is available.
Rana Jawad Education
Jawad studied at Vesalius College from 1999 to 2003, receiving a Bachelor of Arts in Communications.
Rana Jawad Family
Rana was born and raised by her mother and father in the United States. Her family, parents, and siblings are publicly not known. We will update this section once this information is available.
Rana Jawad Husband
Rana is married to a Libyan. However, her husband’s identity is not known. Currently, she is based in Tunisia. She is also not known if she has kids.
Rana Jawad Salary
Her salary details is currently not available. It is still under review and will be updated soon.
Rana Jawad Net Worth
Rana has an estimated net worth of $1.5 million dollars as of 2022. This includes her assets, money, and income. She accumulates a huge amount of her wealth from her successful career as a journalist.
Rana Jawad BBC News
Jawad is a Multimedia journalist. Also, she serves as a BBC News North Africa correspondent. She has reported on the Middle East as well as North Africa. Furthermore, she was a member of only two foreign correspondents based in Tripoli in February 2011, in the midst of the protests which led to the Libyan civil war. She contributed some of the first reporting on the conflict. After covering the conflict for BBC Radio News for several days, she had to go into hiding, out of fear for her safety.
Having misinformed the Libyan authorities about her whereabouts, she went underground and started a series of reports using the pseudonym “Tripoli Witness” to report life in Muammar Gaddafi’s capital city during the uprising and NATO intervention. To safeguard her identity, her dispatches were read on the air by a male colleague. After the war ended, she wrote a book about her experiences, Tripoli Witness: The Remarkable First Hand Account of Life through the Insurgency.
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