Farah Jadran Biography
Farah Jadran is an American journalist working as an anchor and reporter at KING 5 Media Group. Jadran learned early that becoming a regular on the screen would require hard work and a bit of creativity. Instead of pursuing to be an anchor, she focused on honing her writing skills. Within a few years, she made it to her destination. Throughout her career she has worked at Time Warner Cable News, NewsChannel 9 WYSR, Syracruse Woman Magazine, and as an Editor at Eagle Newspapers.
Farah Jadran Age and Husband
Jadran was born on 17th October 1988/9 in East Syracuse. She comes from a family of three children born to Mohammad and Jeanie Jadran. Her father, who was a machine operator, passed away in 2016. Her father grew up in Mexico while her mother was Spanish. Jadran described her family as close and supportive especially in times of need. Jadran holds her faith close to her, which is also a building block to her principles and values. She practiced the same when she married her long-time boyfriend Niko Tamurian, a sports anchor and reporter at Komo4. The wedding was held at St. Mathew’s Church, East Syracuse.
The couple joins the journalist couple club. They met through colleagues and friends in Central New York. After co-workers encouraged him for a date, Niko gathered courage and asked Jadran on a dinner date. After dating for a while, on May 2nd, 2013 during the finale of the Bella Casa Celebrity Fashion Show Niko proposed to her in front of a crowd of more than 650 people.
Farah Jadran Education
Becoming a journalist was always her childhood dream. She practiced being an anchor using colored markers and microphones gifts from her mother. As she aged, the dream became clear and clear. She joined Colorado State University-Pueblo where she pursued a degree in Mass Communications. At school, she participated as an editor for CSU-Pueblo TODAY Magazine. Later she joined Syracruse University for a master’s program in Magazine, Newspaper, and Online Journalism.
Farah Jadran Career
Although she wanted to be a journalist, Jadran first worked on improving her writing skills, a subject she had minored at SCU. Farah got a job as an editor at Eagle Newspapers and later as a copy editor and Paginator at Cortland Standard. While most of her classmates wanted to work for big magazines such as Vogue, Vanity Fair, and GQ, Jadran focused on a local or regional magazine, which she felt had more impact on people in the local area.
In November 2010, Jadran got an opportunity at Syracuse Woman Magazine as a managing editor. She was responsible for editing each edition of the magazine, writing a few features per edition and the cover story for each edition. She also ran the marketing of the magazine and planned events for the magazine. After three years, she got another opportunity at Time Warner Cable News where she worked as a Social Media Manager responsible for supporting media outlets associated with Time Warner Cable News. She taught the news team strategies and social media opportunities that can assist with the growth of the team.
Working as a writer, was a strategy she used to realize her childhood dreams. In 2015, her dreams finally materialized. Jadran joined NewsChannel 9 WSYR as a morning reporter and anchor responsible for reporting local news, shooting, and editing her own news packages. After 4 years, she joined CNY Central as an anchor of CBS 5 This morning and at Noon. She delivered local stories, breaking News, and the local forecast. She occupied her present position in 2021. Jadran serves as an anchor at KING 5 News in Seattle.
Farah Jadran Success, Salary, and Height
Having leadership skills, Jadran is an active member of the community. She is a board member of Vera House an organization whose mission is to end domestic, sexual, and other forms of abuse. Jadran also participated in Hope for Heather an organization aimed at raising awareness of ovarian cancer.
Jadran is a representation of hard work and resilience. She has worked her way through the ranks of journalism and now enjoys the fruit of her labor. The journalist gets a salary of approximately $70,000. Her height of 5 feet and 6 inches is also an admiration to many of her viewers.