karoun Demirjian Biography
karoun Demirjian is an Armenian Multimedia international journalist. She currently works at Washington Post As a freelance reporter covering defense and foreign policy. Demirjian was previously a correspondent based in the Post’s bureau in Moscow. She joined the network based in Moscow in 2015. karoun has worked in several nations in Jordan, Russia, Israel, the West Bank, the Gaza Strip, and Germany as a freelance presenter. She is a classical soprano and an amateur pianist and guitarist. Demirjian is fluent in Armenian and English and conversational in Russian, German, Arabic, and Spanish.
karoun Demirjian Age
Demirjian was born on 28th April 1981 in Armenian, Asia but raised near Boston, United States.
karoun Demirjian Height
Demirjian stand at an estimated height of 5 feet and 7 inches tall.
karoun Demirjian Education
Demirjian enrolled at Havard University, graduating in 2003 with a Bachelor of Arts in History degree. She later joined the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, obtaining a Master of Arts degree in Law and Diplomacy, International law, in 2006.
karoun Demirjian Ethnicity
Demirjian belongs to Armenian ancestry and also holds Armenian nationality.
karoun Demirjian Parents
Demirjian is the daughter of Karen Der Parseghian and Ara Demirjian. She grew up with a younger brother Aram Demirjian whom they are close. Karoun was brought up outside Boston and studied piano and voice in a musical home. She was a church Soprano soloist at St. Stephen’s Church Armenian Apostolic Church of Watertown, Massachusetts, where her mother, Karen, was a long-time choir member and deputy organizer.
karoun Demirjian Husband
Demirjian is rumored to be dating. Others believe that she still stays with her parents. She has managed to keep her life out of the limelight; hence the boyfriend’s identity is not revealed. She is quite secretive about her marital status; no previous dating rumors exist.
karoun Demirjian Pregnant
Demirjiam was rumored to be pregnant but dismissed the rumors as she was not. It is also not known if she has children or not.
karoun Demirjian Book
Demirjian co-authored Unchecked: The Untold Story Behind Congress’s Botched Impeachments of Donald Trump alongside Rachael Bade.
The book reveals a behind-the-scenes investigation of how Congress twice fumbled its best chance to hold accountable a president considered one of American history’s most dangerous. The definitive and only insider account of both Trump impeachments, as the two reporters narrated on the front lines broadcasting them for The Washington Post and Politico. The authors expose how and why congressional oversight failed when needed.
Unchecked weaves a broad narration of how House Democrats, under the cautious speaker’s leadership of Nancy, hesitated for months to stand up to Trump. It also pulled punches to oust him in a misguided effort to protect itself politically. The book states how cutting room floor returned to haunt them, as Republicans seized on their missteps to whip an uneasy GOP rank filing into line behind Trump, abandoning their scruples to defend a president who citizens privately believed had indeed abused his power.
karoun Demirjian Washington Post
Demirjian is currently a freelance reporter covering defense and foreign policy for The Washington Post. She took the position in 2015. She also airs as a political contributor for CNN and CNN International. Karoun joined the network in 2014 as The Washington Post’s bureau as a correspondent in Moscow, Russia, while working for NPR as a freelance reporter.
She began her career after graduation, and Demirjian wrote freelance for The Christian Science Monitor. Dermirijin worked for the Congressional Quarterly from 2008 to 2009, then at the United Nations, co-authoring reports on peacekeeping operations, disaster relief, and emerging democracies, before she committed to her journalistic career. In 2010, she was a stringer in Israel, the West Bank, and the Gaza Strip for the Associated Press. She then covered Capitol Hill for Congressional Quarterly and the Chicago Tribune and worked at the Tribune as a Metro reporter covering crime, the courts, and community news. As the Las Vegas Sun’s only Washington correspondent, she reported on the White House, the federal courts, Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, and the Nevada congressional delegation through two election cycles and on national debates about energy, the economy, housing, defense, and immigration
karoun Demirjian Salary & Networth
Demirjian earns an estimated annual salary of USD 79,168. Her net worth is approximately USD 1 million.
karoun Demirjian Social Media
LinkedIn: kar Demirjian
Twitter: Demirjian @karoun