Emily Chang Biography and Wiki
Emily Chang is a well-known News reporter working as the host and executive producer of Bloomberg Technology where she often interviews important executives, investors, and entrepreneurs.
Emily Chang’s Age and Birthday
Emily was born in Kailua, Hawaii on August 11, 1980, She is 42 years old as of 2022. She celebrates her birthday on the 11th of August every year and her zodiac sign is Virgo.
Emily Chang Height
She stands at an average height of 5 feet 7 inches with an approximate weight of 57 kg (125 Pounds).
Emily Chang Education
Chang attended Punahou School and later joined Harvard University and graduated with a B. A in Social Studies in 2002.
Emily Chang’s Family
Chang was raised by her parents Sandra Galeone Chang and Laban Lee Bun Chang, she also has one sister called Sara. Her dad worked as a lawyer from Kaohsiung, Taiwan. Further details regarding her family background will be updated soon when disclosed.
Emily Chang Book
Emily is also the author of Brotopia: Breaking Up Silicon Valley’s Boys’ Club, which was released in February 2018 by Portfolio Books, a part of Penguin Random House.
Emily Chang’s Husband and Married
Emily is married to a man called Jonathan DeWees Stull, they have been blessed with four children in their marriage and live happily together in the United States of America.
Emily Chang’s Salary and Net Worth
Emily probably receives around $60,000 as a news reporter, she also has a net worth of over $450,000 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.
Emily Chang Bloomberg
Emily began working for Bloomberg Television in 2010. On February 28, 2011, Chang took over as presenter of Bloomberg West, a daily show that features original reporting and interviews with tech newsmakers such as venture capitalists, CEOs, start-up entrepreneurs, and analysts. Bloomberg Technologies was renamed Bloomberg Technology in October 2016.
Before joining CNN in 2007, she worked as a reporter at KNSD, an NBC station in San Diego, California. She worked for MSNBC, where she earned five regional Emmy Awards. She began her career as a news producer at NBC in New York.
From 2007 until 2010, Chang worked as an international reporter for CNN, based in Beijing and London. She reported on the 2008 Beijing Olympics, China’s economic transformation and its environmental consequences, the 2008 South China floods, the aftermath of the 2008 Sichuan earthquake, North Korea’s nuclear ambitions, and President Obama’s historic Asia visit while in Beijing.