Rana Foroohar is a popular American columnist and Associate Editor of the Financial Times. Rana Foroohar is also recognized as a global business analyst by CNN.
Early Life and Childhood
Rana Foroohar was born Rana Aylin Foroohar March 4, 1970. Her birth took place in Frankfort, Indiana, USA. So she is currently 52 years old and she holds American citizenship. Likewise, the columnist is a believer in Christianity and her birth sign as of her date of birth is Pisces.
Moving on to her family members, she was born to her father, Aygen Erol Dogar, and mother, Ann. Her father emigrated from Turkey and is an engineer. He also owns a small manufacturing business in the Midwest. Likewise, her mother is a teacher and she is the daughter of immigrants from England and Sweden. Rana is a single child of her parents and grew up in a supportive environment.
As for her educational status, Rana graduated from Frankfort Senior High School in 1988. After graduating from high school, she entered Barnard College and graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in English Literature.
working life and career
Rana began her career as an economics and foreign affairs editor at Newsweek. She also worked as a foreign correspondent in London, covering Europe and the Middle East. She worked at Newsweek for 13 years. There she won the Peter Weitz Award from the German Marshall Fund for her transatlantic reporting. In addition, she has also won several other awards from institutions such as the East-West Center and the Johns Hopkins School of International Affairs. She is also now a lifetime member of the Council on Foreign Relations.
After leaving Newsweek, she joined Time Magazine. She worked there for six years as deputy general manager and business columnist. She joined the Financial Times in 2017 and is a global business columnist and associate editor based in New York.
She also wrote and published her first book, Makers and Takers: The Rise of Finance and the Fall of American Business, in 2016. The book was shortlisted for the 2016 Financial Times and McKinsey Business Book of the Year Awards. Also in November 2019, she published her second book, Don’t Be Evil: How Big Tech Betrayed Its Founding Principles – and All of Us”.
Rana Faroohar has made quite a bit of money throughout her career. As can be seen from the online resources, she currently has an estimate net worth of approximately $1 million. She earns mostly from her career as a business columnist. She has a modest lifestyle from her wealth.
Regarding her relationship status, she has been married twice in her life. She first married Kambiz Faroohar. Kambiz is an Iranian-British journalist for Bloomberg. However, she split from Kimbaz for personal reasons. After that she married her present husband, John Sedwick in 2013. They had a beautiful wedding in Stockbridge, Massachusetts, USA.
The couple have two children together; a son named Alex Sedgwick and a daughter named Darya Sedgwick. She lives happily in Brooklyn with her current husband and children. Likewise, her father-in-law, Robert Minturn Sedgwick, is an investment professional. She has also written a book about her father-in-law.
Body Measurements and Social Media
Rana is improving her body measurements and is an attractive and gorgeous lady. Speaking of size, this is her 5 feet 6 inches or 1.67 meters tall. Likewise, her other body measurements such as weight, chest, hip, waist, etc. are currently not available. She also has light brown hair and a pair of gorgeous black eyes.
When it comes to her social media handles, she’s only available on Twitter. She joined Twitter in January 2012 and is now a verified user. Yours @RanaForoohar Twitter Account has more than 32,000 followers.