Michal Katya Adler is a British journalist. She currently works as BBC Europe Editor for BBC News. She was born in 1972 in London, England. She completed her studied in BA Joint Honors, Foreign Languages, and Literatures from the Bristol University. She then enrolled at the University of Bristol and the University of London. Michal Katya Adler is fluent in German, Spanish, French, English, and Italian as well. Moreover, she also speaks Arabic and Hebrew.
Following her graduation, Adler moved to Vienna where she worked for Mondial Congress. She then joined the ORF in 1996. She used to work as the reporter and presenter for the company for four years.
Adler then joined the BBC as a Correspondent for Documentaries, Short Films in 1996. Moreover, she has been working as a Keynote speaker, Moderator, Chair, Host since 1996.
Likewise, Adler has also started working as a Europe editor for BBC since February 2015. She is the BBC’s Europe Correspondent and a BBC Presenter with 20 years broadcasting experience.
Adler's jobs include providing big-picture analysis of Brexit, the EU, and politics, terror and trends across the continent.
Adler has been honored with "2017 Honorary" doctorates from the University of Bristol and the University of London. She was also awarded AIB for BBC children of War Series.
Moreover, Adler was a former president of the political society and began a society magazine.
Moving towards her personal life, Adler belongs to white ethnicity and holds an English nationality. She is a happily married woman.
Adler gave a birth to two children in Madrid. The talented reporter like to keeps her personal life low profile as there is no information about her husband and children.
As of 2018, Adler was named as the one of the highest-paid in BBC along with Sophie Raworth, Laura Kuenssberg, and Lyse Doucet. Her annuals salary is estimated at around £150,000-£199,999, as of 2018.
In 2017, Adler's net worth was estimated to be around $200 thousand. However, her current net worth is yet to be disclosed.