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Jeff Brady Biography

Jeff Brady is an American Journalist who serves as NPR’s National Desk Correspondent based in Philadelphia, where he covers energy issues and climate change. Brady was instrumental in the formation of NPR’s environment and energy partnership, which brings together NPR and Member station reporters from throughout the country to cover major environmental stories.

Jeff Brady Age

Brady likes to keep his personal life private hence he has not yet disclosed the date, month, or year he was born. However, he might be in his 50’s.

Jeff Brady Height

Brady stands at a height of 5 ft 9 in. (1.78 m)

Jeff Brady Family

Brady was born in the United States. However, he has managed to keep his personal life away from the limelight hence he has not disclosed any information about his parents. It is also not known if Jeff has any siblings.

Jeff Brady Wife

Brady is very private about his personal life therefore it is not known if he is in any relationship. There are also no rumors of him being in any past relationship with anyone.

Jeff Brady Net Worth

Brady has an estimated net worth of between $1 million and $5 million which he has earned through his successful career as a journalist.

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Jeff Brady Salary

Brady earns an annual salary ranging between $ 45,000 – $ 110,500.

Jeff Brady Education

Brady graduated from Southern Oregon State College (now Southern Oregon University) with a Bachelor of Arts in Communications. Brady received SOU’s annual “Distinguished Alumni” award in 2018.

Jeff Brady Career

Brady is an American Journalist who currently serves as NPR’s National Desk Correspondent. He tells stories from the perspective of the user, from the light switch to the gas pump, in order to demystify an energy system that might appear complex and impenetrable. Brady has covered natural gas utilities battling to stay in business in a world more concerned about climate change, the Keystone XL oil pipeline crisis, the closure of a light bulb factory in Pennsylvania, and how gas ranges pollute homes and exacerbate climate change.

His reporting in 2017 revealed a legacy of racism and sexism in the oil industry, making it difficult for the industry to diversify its workforce. A class-action lawsuit has been filed by Black members of a union that was at the core of that reporting. From the time famous football coach Joe Paterno was fired through the trial where Sandusky was found guilty, Brady led NPR’s coverage of the Jerry Sandusky child sexual abuse crisis at Penn State in 2011.

Brady was one of the NPR reporters who covered Hurricane Katrina’s aftermath in 2005. His reportage on flooded cars left behind after the storm highlighted attempts to delay the establishment of a national vehicle titling system. The National Motor Vehicle Title Information System is now operating, and according to the Department of Justice, it may save car buyers up to $11 billion every year. Brady worked as a reporter for Oregon Public Broadcasting (OPB) in Portland before joining NPR in September 2003. He’s also worked as an anchor and reporter on commercial television and as a talk-show presenter and reporter on commercial radio.

Brady is currently working at NPR where he works alongside other famous NPR anchors and reporters including;

  1. Richard Gonzales
  2. Eleanor Beardsley
  3. Ramtin Arablouei
  4. Amanda Aronczyk
  5. Deborah Amos
  6. Daniel Alarcon
  7. Bobby Allyn
  8. Greg Allen
  9. Rund Abdelfatah

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