Farah Jadran Bio-Wiki

Farah Jadran is an experienced American anchor and reporter working at KING5Seattle, as a Weekend Morning Anchor and Weekday Reporter. She has been part of this network since August 2021.

Farah Jadran Age, Birthday

Jadran exact age and birthday are unknown as she has not gone public about it. However, she is estimated to be around her 30’s.

Farah Jadran’s Parents, Siblings

Jadran was born and raised outside of Chicago. She is first generation American. Family is very important to her. Farah gives much thanks to her mom and dad for always believing in her and encouraging her. Her mother and father met each other and married after relocating to the U.S. from their respective countries of Afghanistan and Mexico. Farah has an older brother and sister. She loves sharing her culture and learning about others as well.

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Farah Jadran Education

Regarding his education, Farah earned her B.S. in Mass Communications from Colorado State University-Pueblo and her master’s degree in magazine, newspaper, and online journalism at the S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications.

Farah Jadran’s Husband, Children

Regarding her marital status, Farah is happily married to Niko Tamurian, a sports Director for Komonews. The duo held their wedding on the 2nd of May 2015, at St. Matthew’s Church. In addition, Farah and her husband are proud parents of a son named Dario.

Farah Jadran Career

Jadran serves as the weekend morning anchor for KING 5 and she also reports three days a week for KING 5 Mornings. She arrived on the KING 5 team in August 2021, and she could not be more thrilled to be a member of this community. Farah’s husband and she visited Seattle and other parts of the PNW for the first time in 2015 and they fell in love with the region. Six years afterward, the “maybe” idea of moving to Seattle became a reality.

Farah enjoys sharing stories from society that will give more individuals a voice and assist others in the process. In the past, some of her most meaningful reports included those on a young guy with Down syndrome going to college and living on campus on his own and a mom who is raising awareness after her daughter passed by suicide. She is also proud to say she helped launch all Spanish digital newscasts at my previous station.

Farah commenced her journalism profession as a magazine writer and editor in 2006, but her first “interview” was conducted with the biggest marker she could find in her house when she was about six years old.  She was born and raised outside of Chicago and grew up consuming news from radio, TV broadcasts, and newspapers.

Before relocating to Seattle, Farah served as a journalist in Syracuse, New York, where she completed her master’s degree in magazine, newspaper, and online journalism. In 2011, she assisted the launch of Syracuse Woman Magazine — the area’s first and only award-winning women’s publication where she served as managing editor of SWM for more than four years before accepting an opportunity in digital and broadcast journalism for a national cable news company. In 2015, Farah switched gears to be a full-time on-air TV journalist, which was always her girlhood dream.

She also spent her final two years in Syracuse, serving as the weekday anchor for CBS 5 This Morning and CBS 5 News at Noon at WTVH. During that time, Farah continued reporting and hosting several on-air fundraisers for charities in Central New York.

Next to the news, being an athlete has always been a big part of her life. Farah was a gymnast and dancer for countless years and then commenced focusing on long-distance running. She is a giant sports fan. Although she has an allegiance to certain Chicago sports teams, you will find her cheering for Seattle teams.

She loves that Seattle is a sports city and she is happy to say she already knows some familiar Seattle sports figures quite well – Breanna Stewart and Mike Hopkins – because of her Syracuse ties. If Farah is not running or watching sports – she exercises her mind by playing Fantasy Football.

Farah Jadran Height

Jadran has an estimated height of 5 feet 6 inches equaling 1.68 meters.

Farah Jadran Salary

Jadran has an estimated annual salary ranging from $ 77, 285 to $ 170,395K.

Farah Jadran’s Net Worth

She has an approximate net worth of $ 1 Million- $ 3 Million. Nonetheless, her profession as an anchor and reporter is her primary source of income.

Farah Jadran KING 5

Jadran works at KING 5 with her fellow anchors, reporters, and meteorologists, such as;

  1. Jake Whittenber
  2. Madison Wade
  3. Steve Soliz
  4. Shanté Sumpter
  5. Natalie Swaby
  6. Paul Silvi
  7. Taylor Mirfenderes
  8. Leah Pezzetti
  9. Joyce Taylor
  10. Christine Pae
  11. Rich Marriott
  12. Mimi Jung
  13. Jessica Janner Castro
  14. Jake Garcia
  15. Susannah Frame
  16. Mike Everett
  17. Chris Egan
  18. Greg Copeland
  19. Adam Claibon
  20. Julie Calhoun
  21. Conner Board
  22. Drew Andre
  23. Chris Ingalls

Is Farah Jadran on Instagram, Twitter, or TikTok?

You can follow her via Twitter, Instagram, or Facebook. Farah doesn’t appear to have a public TikTok or Snapchat account.

By Eunice