Aymann Ismail is an American journalist who has been with Slate magazine since August 2015 as a staff writer, producer, and podcast host. In addition, he hosts Man Up, a podcast published by Slate Magazine. He formerly worked for Animal New York for three years as a video editor and photographer. He enjoys photography, traveling, and reading in his spare time.
Aymann Ismail Age
Aymann Ismail was born in the USA. Bur, his birth date, year, and location remain unknown to the general world..
Aymann Ismail Height
Aymann stands at a height of 5 ft 8 in/1.72 m tall.
Aymann Ismail Family
Aymann was born and reared in the United States of America, with the love, support, and care of her diligent and devoted parents, the identities of whom are unknown to the general world. He was born in the United States but is of Muslim origin.
Aymann Ismail Wife
Aymann is now single and entirely focused on furthering his journalism career, thus he has no time for personal relationships. We will keep you updated on any developments in the case as soon as he makes them public.
Aymann Ismail Education
Aymann graduated from a local high school and later decided to follow his dream job at Rutgers University, where he earned his Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Visual Arts with a concentration in Video in 2011.
Aymann Ismail Salary
Aymann receives an annual salary of $94,970.
Aymann Ismail’s Net Worth
Aymann’s estimated net worth is $2 million.
Aymann Ismail Career
Apart from her employment as a staff writer and producer, Aymann runs the Slate Magazine podcast Man Up. There, he welcomes both men and women to relate their most embarrassing and hilarious experiences. He discusses a variety of issues on the podcast, including relationships, family, sex, and identity. He has currently broadcast 47 episodes.
He currently works as a staff writer, producer, and podcast host for Slate Magazine. He began working for the network as a video editor and producer in August 2015. He was formally promoted to his current position after three years of hard effort.
He previously worked for Animal New York for three years as a video editor and photographer. He worked as an Associate Producer at Howcast Media from July 2011 to July 2012. He also spent a year and three months as a media manager for Rutgers University Student Life Marketing.
He began his journalism career in June 2008, when he was hired as the Segment Producer at Rutgers University Television Network. However, he departed a year and two months later to work as an On-Air Promos Intern for MTV Networks. He spent a year as a freelance editor at The Chapter Media from 2010 to 2011.