Amy Kazmin Biography and Wiki
Amy Kazmin is a well-known American news reporter working as the South Asia correspondent for the Financial Times, a London-based newspaper, stationed in New Delhi.
Amy Kazmin Age and Birthday
Amy was born in the USA but she has not yet revealed her real age to the public, therefore, her exact date of birth and zodiac sign are currently not clear.
Amy Kazmin Height
Amy stands at an average height of 5 feet 6 inches with an approximate weight of 57 kg (125 Pounds).
Amy Kazmin Education
Kazmin graduated from the London School of Economics with a master’s degree in economic history. She also graduated with honors from the London School of Economics and Political Science, where she got a Master’s degree in economic history.
Amy Kazmin Family
Savannah grew up in the United States of America, she has not revealed any information on her family or her parents. It’s therefore not clear if she has any siblings. Further details regarding her family background will be updated soon when disclosed.
Amy Kazmin Husband | Is She Married?
Amy is currently single at the moment, we do not know for sure if she is married or in any relationship at the moment. This information will soon be updated.
Amy Kazmin Salary and Net Worth
Kazmin probably receives around $119,000-$124,000 as a news reporter, she also has a net worth of over $1 million- $2 million as of 2023 from her successful career. The average salary of a news journalist in the United States ranges from around $36,000-$90,000.
Amy Kazmin Financial Times
Kazmin has been on a variety of broadcast shows, including the BBC, CNN, and the CBC, and she also appears on Indian television news discussions on a regular basis. Her honors include the Human Rights Reporting Award, the Work Foundation Feature Writer of the Year, and multiple distinctions from the Society of Asian Publishers.
She spent eight years as the Financial Times’ Bangkok-based Southeast Asia regional reporter, covering Thailand, Vietnam, Burma/Myanmar, Cambodia, and Laos, after several years at her local newspaper, the Los Angeles Times. She was named South Asia bureau head in 2016, after being moved to India as the FT’s New Delhi-based South Asia reporter in 2008.
Ms. Kazmin has spent over two-and-a-half decades in Asia, documenting the region’s economic, political, and social revolutions and problems. She has conducted interviews with many of the region’s political and commercial elites, including the Dalai Lama, the exiled Tibetan spiritual leader.