Saagar Enjeti Bio, Wiki, Age

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Saagar Enjeti Bio, Wiki, Age

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Introduction:

Saagar Enjeti is a White House correspondent, journalist, author and researcher who lives and works in Washington, D.C.

Smart, professional and inoperable, Saagar is successful in his career and doesn’t seem to slow down anytime soon.

Personal life and family context:

Enjeti is of Southern Asian descent, but comes from Texas, something he likes to mention on social media.
He speaks 3 different languages: Telugu, English and Spanish.

Early life and education:

Saagar graduated from the American School of Doha in 2010.
He attended George Washington University and graduated with a bachelor’s degree in Economics and Political Science in 2014. During his time at GWU, he was a member of the Kappa Sigma fraternity and finance director of the school’s Habitat for Humanity company.
In 2015, Enjeti received a certificate from the private IDC Herzliya University for counterterrorism studies.
He chose to continue his studies at Georgetown University and graduated in 2018 with a Master’s degree in Security Studies with a focus on U.S. national security policy.

Work, career, salary and equity:

After college, Saagar began working for the U.S. Congress as a legislative intern. Based in Washington, D.C., he spent 11 months working for Congress before leaving in June 2011.
In mid-2012, he joined the Mirror Foundation in Chiang Rai, Thailand, and worked as a community developer for 3 months. He helped Thai villagers understand good life and breeding techniques as they volunteered to help victims affected by mudslides in local areas.
He returned to Washington, D.C. in August 2015 and began working for the Institute for the Study of War as a researcher and member of the institute’s external relations group.
In May 2016 he worked as a foreign affairs and pentagon correspondent. He held these positions for over a year and a half before having the opportunity to work as a White House correspondent in December 2017.
In addition to his work as a correspondent and researcher, Enjeti is also a well-known journalist whose work has been cited in various publications such as CNN, The Washington Post, Military Times, The Financial Times and The New York Times.
He has also been a prominent television guest on Fox News and many other networks.
Enjeti has also written several works published for “Militant Attack and Support Zones in Afghanistan” which he wrote for the Institute for Study of War in Washington DC and “An Indian Powerhouse hopes to redefine itself with the help of China” which he wrote for The Diplomat.

Fun facts, height and curiosity:

Saagar’s childhood pet dog has died after 17 years of friendship. She posted the image of the animal on her social media with a heartwarming message.
When he’s not working, he likes to stay active doing activities like hiking. He also loves to travel and spend time with his friends and family who is regularly present on social media.