Joseph Kahn Bio, Age, Family, Wife, School, Salary, Net Worth, New York Times

Joseph Kahn The New York Times journalist

Joseph Kahn Biography

Joseph Kahn is an American journalist who currently serves as the managing editor of The New York Times. Kahn was assistant editor for International at the Time from 2014 to September 2016.


How old is Joseph Kahn? – Age

Kahn was born on 19 August 1964 in Boston, Massachusetts, United States. He is 57 years as of 2021.

Where did Joseph Kahn go to school? – Education

In 1987, he graduated from Harvard University with a bachelor’s degree in American history and served as president of The Harvard Crimson. He earned a master’s degree in East Asian studies from the Harvard Graduate School of Arts and Sciences in 1990.

Joseph Kahn – Family

He is the son of Leo Kahn (1916–2011), the founder of the Purity Supreme supermarket chain in New England and co-founder of the worldwide office supply chain Staples, and Dorothy Davidson.

Joseph Kahn Wife

According to our data, he is possibly single and has never been married. He’s not dating anyone as of June 2021.

Joseph Kahn The New York Times journalist
Joseph Kahn The New York Times journalist

What is Kahn Salary?

His salary is unknown.

Kahn Net Worth

His net worth is approximately $1.5 million.

Kahn Career

 Prior to that, he was The New York Times’ international editor since September 2011 and deputy foreign editor since February 2008. From July 2003 to December 2007, he was the Beijing bureau chief at The Times. Previously, he was assigned to Shanghai. He was also a reporter in the Washington bureau, covering international economics and trade, and on the business desk in New York, writing about Wall Street. For their reporting for the Times in 2006, Kahn and Jim Yardley won the Pulitzer Prize for International Reporting. for their coverage of the rule of law in China. He joined the Times in January 1998, after four years as the Wall Street Journal’s China correspondent. Before the Journal, he was a reporter at the Dallas Morning News, where he was part of a team of reporters awarded the Pulitzer Prize in 1994 for international reporting for their stories on violence against women around the world.