Branwen Jeffreys (BBC) Bio-Wiki, Age, Family, Husband, Salary, Net Worth and Height

Branwen Jeffreys
Branwen Jeffreys

Branwen Jeffreys Biography and Wiki

Branwen Jeffreys is a renowned English Journalist and broadcaster who serves as an Education Editor at BBC News and a Governor of The Health Foundation. She is also the Governor and Trustee of The Health Foundation charity. Branwen previously worked as a Health Correspondent at BBC News.

Branwen Jeffreys Age and Birthday

Jeffreys’ age, date of birth, and birthday have not yet been established however, this part is under review and will be updated soon.

Branwen Jeffreys Height

The journalist stands at an estimated height of 5 feet and 6 inches tall.

Branwen Jeffreys Education

Branwen attended the University of Bristol, a red brick research university in Bristol, England, where she graduated with a Bachelor of Arts Honors in History.

Branwen Jeffreys Family, Parents

Branwen was born and raised by her parents in London, England. Attempts to establish the identities of her parents were in vain since no information about her parents is available to the public. It’s therefore unknown whether she has any siblings. This section will be updated when we find out more.

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Branwen Jeffreys Husband, Is She Married?

Jeffreys is a very private person hence there is no record of her relationships available to the public. It’s therefore unknown whether she is married or in a relationship. We are keeping tabs on her and we will update her partner’s details soon.

Branwen Jeffreys Salary

According to BBC Editor salaries, Branwen receives an annual salary of about $80,000. However, her contract with the exact figures has not yet been made available.

Branwen Jeffreys Net Worth

Branwen Jeffreys has an estimated net worth ranging from $300,000 to $700,000 as of 2021. Her primary source of income is her career as a journalist and editor.

Branwen Jeffreys BBC News

Jeffreys serves as the Education Editor for BBC News. She reports on the policy and politics of schools, colleges, and universities as well as broader issues affecting children and family life. She previously spent a whole decade covering the politics of the National Health Servicepatient experience of health services, and research developments in healthcare.

In 2008, Branwen handed out a series of live debate programs for BBC Radio 4 to mark the 60th anniversary of the NHS. The programs looked at the challenges facing the health system from long-term trends in public health and an aging population.

Later in May 2015, Jeffreys became the Governor of the Health Foundation. Branwen published an essay called “Mind The Gap” in a Demos think tank journal titled “Health In Austerity”.

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