Timeline of Juju Chang
|Date of Birth:||1965 , September-17|
|Birth Nation:||South Korea|
Prior to being a news anchor, she worked as a desk assistant. She has covered the 1991 Gulf War and the 1992 USA Presidential elections as an off air reporter. In 1996, she became the correspondent for NewsOne based in Washington D.C., U.S.A.
She married Neal Shapiro in 1995. They had a long affair before they settled down and tied the knot. Juju, her spouse and their three sons live in west side Manhattan. They have a strong between them and divorce seems unlikely for now.
Her salary is unknown but her net worth is estimated at $300,000.
Juju Chang facts on timeline
Born in Seoul, South Korea
Seoul born JuJu was born as Hyunju Chang to Okyong and Palki Chang. She was born in Seoul, South Korea but was raised to California when her parents emigrated there. She has been living there ever since.
Graduated from Adrian C WIlcox High School
In the year of 1983, Juju graduated high school from a public school named after Adrian C. Wilcox, who was a trustee in the school for 30 years. She only studied her final year of high school and previously she studied in Marian A. Peterson High School.
Graduated from Standford University
She had enrolled into the prestigious Ivy League college Stanford University and graduated in Bachelor's in Political Science and Communications (with honors). She was celebrated with the Edwin Cotrell Political Science Prize for her performance at the university.
Became Producer and Off-Air Producer for World News Tonight
Prior to being a news anchor, she worked as a desk assistant. She has covered the 1991 Gulf War and the 1992 USA Presidential Elections as an off air reporter. During that time she was based in Dharan, Soudi Arabia.
Married Neal Shapiro
She married Neal Shapiro in 1995. He is currently President and CEO of WNET (We're the National Educational Television Network).
They had a long affair before they settled down and tied the knot. Juju, her spouse and their three sons live in west side Manhattan.
Interviewed UN Secretary General Ban-Ki Moon
As time went on Juju kept climbing the ladder of success and in September 2011 she interview United Nations Secretary General Ban-ki Moon at the United Nation Headquarters in New York City.
The interview was streamed live on Facebook, Tumblr, U.N. Webcast and Livestream.
Hosted a Luncheon called The Power of Women to Make a Difference Award
On March 9th 2016, Juju hosted "The Power of Women to Make a Difference Award" Luncheon held on Ciprani 42nd Street.
The luncheon was sponsored by United Way of New York City, Women's Leadership Council. The Council honored achievements in philanthropy and making New Yorkers lives better.