Sabrina Siddiqui Biography
Sabrina Siddiqui is an American Journalist, writer, political reporter, television celebrity, media face, and social media phenomenon from New Jersey. She is best recognized nationally for providing updates on politics and the White House
Sabrina Siddiqui Age
Siddiqui was born on December 8, 1986, in New Jersey, United States. She is 37 years old as of 2023. She celebrates her birthday every 8 of December every year.
Sabrina Siddiqui Height and Weight
She stands at an average height of 5 feet 7 inches (1.7 meters tall). She weighs 56 kilograms (123 lbs). She has dark brown hair and brown eyes.
Sabrina Siddiqui’s Parents, and Siblings
Sabrina was born and raised in New Jersey, United States. She has not shared any information about her parents. The identity of her parents is currently not available. This information will soon be updated.
Sabrina Siddiqui Husband and Children
Sabrina got engaged to Ali Jafri who proposed to her in October 2018. The duo met on Bumble, a dating app, and eventually kicked off a loving relationship in 2016. Ali Jafri is a senior research analyst at the National Security Innovation, Inc.
She got married to her lovely husband Ali Jafri at a Muslim wedding. Sabrina and her husband exchanged their nuptial vows in July 2019 at Westfields Marriot, North Virginia. Furthermore, her husband popped the big question in October 2018 after two years of dating.
Sabrina Siddiqui Education
She finished school in a rural area. She also attended an elite academy in Italy. She then enrolled at Northwestern University to pursue a Master of Science in Communication.
Sabrina Siddiqui Career
She began to work as a freelance writer for Bloomberg News, and she joined Huffington Post in 2012. During the 2016 presidential election, she followed Republican candidate Marco Rubio and Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton’s campaigns, and she opposed Donald Trump’s Muslim ban. She came to work for the leftist British news outlet The Guardian, and she also became a contributor on CBSN and an analyst on MSNBC, CNN, BBC, and Sky News.
Later on, she moved her services to the Huffington Post where she worked as a White House reporter. While she was there, she toured around as a member of the press that followed Mitt Romney’s Campaign and also covered the 2012 US Presidential election. After spending three wonderful years at the Huffington Post, Sabrina Siddiqui became a member of staff of The Guardian, working as a Washington D.C reporter.
Similarly, she was also among the traveling press members that followed Marco Rubio’s campaign as well as Hillary Clinton’s when she was nominated as the Democratic Presidential Candidate. Being among the few Muslims working as a White House reporter, Siddiqui has recounted her awful experience during the 2016 US Presidential election, however, the fearless political reporter has not relented in any way from executing her job.
She has also been featured as a political analyst on CNN, MSNBC, and Sky News and has been a contributor on CBSN as well as serving as a contributing host on The Bill Press Show.