Wajahat Ali Bio, Affair, Married, Wife, Net Worth, Ethnicity, Salary, Children

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Wajahat Ali: Biography in Details

Who is Wajahat Ali?

Wajahat Ali is a Pakistani-American journalist, television host, and lawyer. He is also an author, playwriter, and consultant for the U.S. State Department who is currently working at Al Jazeera America.

Moreover, he has been nominated for the Best Producer, Media Strategist & Recovering Attorney Emmy awards. He is best known as the co-host of Al Jazeera America’s The Stream.

How old is Wajahat Ali?

Wajahat Ali was born in Pakistan. He belonged to parents of Pakistani origin. He holds a Pakistani-American nationality and he is a Muslim American of Pakistani descent.

His parents being Muslims were not Orthodox, his father had clean-shaved and his mother did not wear a burka or hijab.

As his parents were immigrants, they opened American Muslim institutions for other Muslim immigrants, worked full time, and raised kids. There is no exact information about his birthday and birthplace.

Ali’s entire family moved to the United States when he was a very small age. His start in journalism and broadcasting career is also not revealed to the media yet.

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Wajahat Ali: Education, School/College University

Wajahat Ali went to all-boys Catholic high school. Later, he joined Davis- School of Law, and the in 2007, he graduated from the University of California.

Prior, he went to the University of California, Berkeley where he studies Bachelor of Arts and specialized in English. Moreover, here he completed his graduation in 2002.

Professional Life and Career

After moving to the United States, Wajahat spent his entire childhood there. There is no information regarding how he started his journalism career.

He is a consultant for the U.S. State Department, currently working for Al Jazeera America. He is the co-host of Al Jazeera America’s The Stream, a daily news show that extended the conversation to social media and beyond.

Previously, Wajahat Ali worked as the National Correspondent, Political Reporter, and Social Media Expert for Al Jazeera America.

Ali mainly focused on the stories of communities and individuals often marginalized or under-reported in mainstream media. He is also an author. He published his first book in 2001, titled The Domestic Crusaders, which is the first major play about Muslim Americans.

Wajahat Ali is also a professional speaker who speaks on the multifaceted Muslim American experience and social change. In 2012, he was signed by the U.S. Department of State to design and implement the “Generation Change” leadership program to empower young social entrepreneurs.

For his hard work and passion for his work, Ali has been honored as a “Generation Change Leader” by Sec. of State Clinton and as an “Emerging Muslim American Artist” by the Muslim Public Affairs Council.

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Wajahat Ali was also nominated for the 2014 Shorty Award for Best Use of Social Media for News.

Wajahat Ali: Salary and Net worth

As of 2023, Wajahat Ali has an estimated net worth of $1 million, and his salary is not revealed yet.

Wajahat Ali: Rumors and Controversy/Scandal

There is no rumor of him being in any extra affairs at the current time.

Wajahat Ali is focused on his work and he is admired by entire Muslim Americans and most Native Americans. He has never been criticized for his work.

What are the body stats of Wajahat Ali?

Wajahat Ali has a good height of 6 feet 2 inches. He has black hair color and his eyes are brown.

There is no information about his shoe size, dress size, and body weight.

Social Media: Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, etc.

He is active on Twitter but he is not active in any sorts of social media like Facebook and Instagram.

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