Tunku Varadarajan WSJ, Bio, Wiki, Age, Height, Wife, Salary, and Net Worth

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Tunku Varadarajan is a British-Indian writer and journalist. Currently, he serves as a contributor at The Wall Street Journal since February 2020. He is also an Adjunct Professor at Pepperdine University School of Public Policy and New York University. Before, he spent seven years as an Executive Editor at The Hoover Institution, Stanford University. Additionally, he is a fellow at Columbia University, American Enterprise Institute, and NYU School of Law.

Tunku Varadarajan Age

He was born in 1962, in Delhi, India. Varadarajan is 60 years old.

Tunku Varadarajan Height

He is a man of average stature. Varadarajan stands at a height of 5 ft 7 in (Approx 1.74 m).

Tunku Varadarajan Family

He was born to his father and mother in Delhi, India. Varadarajan is the son of Muthusamy Varadarajan and Usha. He holds British nationality and spent his earliest years in New York. He grew up along with his younger brother Siddharth Varadarajan. Siddharth is a 57 years old journalist and founding editor of the Indian digital news portal The Wire.

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Tunku Varadarajan Wife

He is happily married to his beautiful wife Amy Finnerty. The two has been together for some time now. Amy and Varadarajan are parents of three children. His family resides in Brooklyn, New York, United States.

Tunku Varadarajan Education

He attended The Town School and graduated from Mayo College in Ajmer, Rajasthan, India. Varadarajan also attended Dulwich College. He later enrolled at Trinity College, Oxford University, and graduated with a bachelor’s degree in Law in 1984.

Tunku Varadarajan WSJ

After graduating, he worked as a Lecturer in Law at Trinity College Oxford. He spent six years from 1987 to 1993 as he taught undergraduate courses in Roman Law, Constitutional Law, Administrative Law, and also Public International Law. In 1997, he joined The Times as a Bureau Chief. Further, he ran the most influential newspaper in the UK, The Times of London for two years.

Varadarajan became Editorial Features Editor at The Wall Street Journal in New York. He edited the leading thinkers in the English-speaking world, as well as influential leaders and policy-makers for fie years. From August 2008 to November 2009, he worked as Executive editor at Forbes. During his tenure, he worked as a Clinical Professor of Business at NYU Stern School of Business for three years and five months.

Moreover, in January 2011, he joined Newsweek International and worked as an Editor In Chief. He succeeded Fareed Zakaria and worked in close coordination with Tina Brown, who was editor of NEWSWEEK. Varadarajan left the station in March 2015. In August 2013, he joined The Hoover Institution, Stanford University working as Executive Editor until September 2020.

As of now, he serves as a contributor at The Wall Street Journal since February 2020. He is also an
Adjunct Professor at Pepperdine University School of Public Policy and New York University. Additionally, he is a fellow at the Center on Capitalism and Society, Columbia University, American Enterprise Institute, and NYU School of Law.

Some of Varadarajan’s colleagues at WSJ include:

Dan Neil– Automotive Columnist

Alejandro Lazo – Reporter

Shelby Holliday – Senior Video Reporter

Rebecca Ballhaus – Political Reporter

Tunku Varadarajan salary

He receives decent pay working as a contributor at The Wall Street Journal. Varadarajan’s salary is $84,560 annually.

Tunku Varadarajan Net Worth

He has worked as a professional professor and also journalist for over a decade and through his success, he has attained a decent fortune. Varadarajan’s net worth is

Who Is Tunku Varadarajan

Varadarajan is a British-Indian writer and journalist. Currently, he serves as a contributor at The Wall Street Journal since February 2020. He is also an Adjunct Professor at Pepperdine University School of Public Policy and New York University. Before, he spent seven years as an Executive Editor at The Hoover Institution, Stanford University.

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