Pedram Javaheri Biography & Net Worth
|Real Name:||Pedram Javaheri|
|Birth Date:||May 24, 1983|
|Birth Place:||Tehran, Iran|
Kimberly Hardman Javaheri
|Profession:||Broadcast Journalist, Anchor, Meteorologist|
|Years active:||2002 To Date|
|Net Worth:||$2 Million|
Pedram Javaheri is a meteorologist and weather reporter for CNN International. He appears on CNN’s ‘Early Start’ show regularly and also on HLN’s ‘Morning Express with Robin Meade’. Additionally, he occasionally serves as an anchor of CNN International news shows. During his time with CNN, Pedram has had the prospect of covering some of the deadliest natural disasters in recorded history. In 2013, he extensively reported the Super Typhoon Haiyan, regarded as the strongest storm to have ever made landfall, as it moved onto land across the Philippines. He was also one of the first press members to cover and report one of the deadliest earthquakes and caustic tsunami’s ever observed: a 9.1 quake in Japan that unleashed a terrible tsunami in 2011. Before landing his current role at CNN International in June 2010, Pedram spent some time in central California working as a meteorologist and environmental reporter. While there, he earned a regional Emmy Award nomination for outstanding accomplishment as a weather anchor. Prior to that, he served as a chief meteorologist, supervising all weather operations at a station in the state of Utah.
Born in Tehran, Iran to Iranian-Turkish parents, Pedram Javaheri moved to the United States when he was 10 years old. He speaks English, Farsi, and Turkish fluently. Javaheri attended the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism at Arizona State University and earned a degree in Broadcast Journalism and minor in Meteorology upon the completion of his studies. He continued his meteorological education at Mississippi State University and received his Certificate in Broadcast Meteorology. His life has always revolved around the weather as his grandfathers on both sides of their family were meteorologists. At this present time, the specialist lives in Atlanta along with his wife and two children, and enjoys basketball, hiking, and running. He is a member of both the National Weather Association and the American Meteorological Society.
Pedram Javaheri’s Early Life & Education
Pedram “P.J.” Javaheri was born on May 24, 1983, in Tehran, Iran, and lived in the country of his birth before moving to the United States with his Iranian-Turkish parents when he was 10 years old.
Growing up, Pedram was quickly introduced to a life of studying and talking about the weather as his father’s father and his mother’s father were both meteorologists. It has been said that he found his love for studying the weather by listening to his two grandfathers.
After his family emigrated from Iran to Redmond, Washington, in the United States in October 1993, Pedram joined an elementary school in Redmond and also completed his high school in the same town before going for his tertiary education. He proceeded to at Mesa Community College and Arizona State University for advanced knowledge after which he enrolled in Mississippi State University, graduating with degrees in broadcast journalism and meteorology.
Pedram Javaheri’s Career
In 2002 while studying at Arizona State University, Javaheri began working as a weather anchor and helped the school develop its first weather department at NewsWatch TV, a school news program aired throughout the State of Arizona.
A week before his graduation from Arizona State University, he accepted a job as a meteorologist in KCSG in Utah. It didn’t take a while before he got promoted to the position of chief meteorologist and was placed in charge of supervising all weather operations.
In 2008, he was hired by a duopoly station in California’s Central Coast to serve as the environmental presenter and report the weather as a meteorologist for KION, KCOY, KKFX, and KCBA. He had an audience of more than 500,000 television households during that time.
While in California, he covered several noteworthy events. In 2008, he was live on the scene of the Complex Fire in Big Sur, the second dearest wildfire in United States history. In June 2009, he became the only press officer in the market to cover the memorial service of pop legend Michael Jackson at the Staples Center after winning a lottery to attend it.
Pedram joined CNN in June 2010 and has now spent more than 10 years working at the station. He appears on CNN’s ‘Early Start’ show regularly and also on HLN’s ‘Morning Express with Robin Meade’. Additionally, he occasionally serves as an anchor of CNN International news shows.
Awards & Achievements
During his time in California, the brilliant Javaheri won an Emmy Award nomination from the Northern California / San Francisco Emmy Awards for outstanding achievement in weather reporting. In 2010, Iranian.com acknowledged him as its Iranian of the Year.
Javaheri was a member of the CNN weather team that received the esteemed Peabody Award for its reportage of the Deepwater Horizon oil leak in the Gulf of Mexico in 2010.
On March 11, 2011, following the devastating Japanese earthquake, Javaheri and CNN United States meteorologist Chad Myers became the first pair in CNN’s history to concurrently forecast and cover the resulting tsunami and the impact of the natural disaster to a global audience.
Personal Life & Family
Pradem Javaheri is a happily married man. He has been married to his wife Kimberly Hardman Javaheri for many years and counting. The two reside in Atlanta, Georgia, and are the proud parents of two sons.
Pedram Javaheri Net Worth
As of 2021, Pedram Javaheri’s net worth is around $2 million. Even though he hasn’t disclosed any information about his assets and possessions, his career as a journalist and position as a highly respected journalist is enough proof that Pedram is living a fulfilled, lavish life.