Noah Sneider Biography
Noah Sneider is a media personality serving as The Economist’s Tokyo Bureau Chief, covering Japanese politics, business, society, and culture. Previously, he covered Russia and the former Soviet Union as Moscow Correspondent for The Economist.
Noah Sneider Age
He was born in California, United States. However, his age is unknown.
Noah Sneider Height
He is tall in stature but his height is undisclosed.
Noah Sneider Nationality
Sneider is a California-born Tokyo Bureau Chief for The Economist, covering Japanese politics, business, society, and culture. Nevertheless, he hasn’t revealed his nationality.
Noah Sneider Education
Sneider graduated from Palo Alto High School in 2009. He said being in Palo Alto High School’s journalism program was an important step toward becoming the journalist he is today.
“Having the chance to get that experience here … when the stakes are slightly lower than the front page of The New York Times is really, really valuable,” he said. “I think you guys [Paly students] are super lucky to have that chance.”
He also said that his interest in journalism began in fourth grade.
“I think my first article was about the popularity of tetherball at Addison [Elementary School],” he said.
After working as a member of Paly’s sports magazine, Viking, Sneider temporarily lost interest in journalism, and then attended Pomona College, in Claremont, California. Having two parents who had been journalists, Sneider said he wasn’t keen to continue that family tradition.
Despite his hesitation to study journalism in college, Sneider realized before graduating in 2013 that a career in journalism could also fulfill his passion for travel.
Noah Sneider Parents
Noah is the son of two foreign correspondents. His mom, Elisabeth Rubinfien, is a former journalist, Paly Journalism aide, and long-time high school journalism adviser at Eastside College Preparatory School.
Having two parents who had been journalists, Noah said he wasn’t keen to continue that family tradition. He is also a member of the third generation in his family to live and work in Japan. Additionally, he spent several years in Moscow as a child during the early 1990s.
“(As) I said before, the whole Russia story starts with my family, and the fact that I spent some time there when I was a kid. I spent the first four years of my life there in Moscow, and I grew up speaking both languages. (I) had Russian nannies that took care of me while my parents were working; they were these old Russian babushka grandmas that spoke to me in Russian and sang me Russian lullabies. We moved back to the U.S. and went back to California, and I forgot about all of it and I stopped speaking Russian,” Noah said.
Noah Sneider Wife
Despite being a media personality, Noah has managed to keep his personal life away from the limelight. Therefore, it is not known whether he is married, single, or in a relationship.
Noah Sneider The Economist
Sneider is the Tokyo Bureau Chief for The Economist. He was previously a correspondent in Russia and Ukraine. He has witnessed the annexation of Crimea and the war in Ukraine, among other events. His writing has also appeared in Harper’s, The Atlantic, The New York Times, The New Republic, and Slate, among others.
Sneider’s work has been anthologized in The Best American Travel Writing series. While at MacDowell, he worked on the manuscript of a book tentatively titled A Russian Album. His time at MacDowell also facilitated the completion of several chapters. One of Sneider’s essays was selected for the 2019 edition of the Best American Travel Writing. He has also appeared as a commentator for radio and television, contributing to CNN, NPR, and the BBC.
Noah Sneider Salary
His salary is $41,160 a year.
Noah Sneider Net Worth
His net worth is under review.
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