Ismail Einashe Net Worth Revealed
The exact estimated net worth of Ismail Einashe is not disclosed.
However, an average journalist and writer makes around $1 million in 2021. So, we can take an assumption that Ismail Einashe makes around that much.
Thrilled to have the brilliant @Lattif on my guest-edited episode of @Stancepodcast. He shares a stunning essay about Mogadishu, childhood memories and the legacy of one of Somalia's best-loved singers and performers, Fadumo Ali Jama Nakruma. https://t.co/r7huVagiKe pic.twitter.com/ogCzGDiTdS— Ismail Einashe (@IsmailEinashe) June 21, 2021
Lost in Media: Migrant Perspectives and the Public Sphere (Valiz, 2019) known as a collection of essays on the portrayals of migrants and refugees in European media, was co-edited by him.
Ismail serves on the editorial board of Tate Etc., the Tate Galleries' magazine. He is also an Ochberg Fellow at Columbia University's Dart Center for Journalism and Trauma.
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Ismail Einashe is a journalist and author who has won numerous awards.
He has written for a variety of publications, including The Guardian, BBC News, The Sunday Times, NPR, Frieze, Foreign Policy, and The Nation.
Ismail is currently a Senior Journalist at Lost in Europe, a cross-border journalism project that investigates child migrants' disappearances across Europe.
I am delighted to have won in the print category at the EU Migration Media Awards 2019 last night in Valletta. I won for my report about an extraordinarily brave group of Bangladeshi shopkeepers in Palermo who took on the mafia published in the Sunday Times. pic.twitter.com/EPc3qXboZr— Ismail Einashe (@IsmailEinashe) December 4, 2019
Ismail Einashe Age: How Old Is He?
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Ismail graduated college from the University of York.
In April, he earned the inaugural Investigative Journalism for the EU (IJ4EU) Impact Award as part of Lost in Europe.
He won a Migration Media Award in 2019 and was nominated for the European Press Prize last year. He was an Alicia Patterson Foundation Fellow in 2019 and focused on China's influence in Africa, particularly Kenya, Ethiopia, Tanzania, and Zambia.