Ken Dilanian is an American journalist who has reached an immense height of success with his adorable contributions to the journalism field.
As a promising reporter and news correspondent, he has been honored with several national and state-level awards and recognitions.
Most notable of them is the Casey Medal for Meritorious Journalism, which he won in 2007 for a series on child welfare deaths.
Ken Dilanian’s Wiki / Bio: Age, Family
Born in 1969, Ken Dilanian celebrates his birthday on 13th May of every year. He grew up in East Longmeadow, Massachusetts, along with her sister, Jane.
Ken is the eldest of two siblings born to mother Barbara and father, Kenneth. He has not provided details of his family members, but on a tweet dated 12th November 2018, he wished his father a Happy Veteran’s Day.
He further wrote that his father was a member of the Old Guard during the Eisenhower Administration.
Talking about his education, Ken attended Williams College in 1987 and graduated with a degree in Political Science and History in 1991.
Ken Dilanian Married To Spouse
Ken Dilanian is happily married to Cathy Yoon. The couple exchanged there vows on 3rd May 2003.
His wife of 16 years, Cathy, is a Korean descent and 1998-graduate from Bryn Mawr College with a degree in English Literature and East Asian Studies. Currently, she works as an Administrative Assistant at CrowdStrike.
The couple has welcomed two lovely sons, Kenneth III and Maxwell.
Ken Dilanian's wife, Cathy Yoon, with their children on 28 July 2017 (Photo: Ken Dilanian's Facebook)
Apart from being an accomplished journalist, Ken is also a good father and a loving husband.
Judging by his photos shared on his social media timelines time and again, it is very apparent that he is a family loving person.
Career & Salary
Ken began his journalism career with Philadelphia Inquirer in January 1997 as an investigative and political reporter.
During his a decade long work there, he is remembered for covering Europe and the Middle East and reporting independently from Baghdad about during Iraq War.
After that, he went to work for USA Today in 2007, where he served as an Investigative Reporter and Congressional Correspondent. There he reported the 2008 presidential campaign, the State Department, and foreign policy.
Working at USA Today for three years, he joined Los Angeles Times in April 2010 as a National Security Correspondent, where he covered the intelligence community in the Times Washington Bureau for four years.
Soon after that, he served Associated Press for nearly two years as an Intelligence Writer.
Ken is currently serving the Investigative Unit of NBC News, where he joined in January 2016 as an intelligence and national security reporter.
As of his earnings, Ken being in a significant post, is undoubtedly receiving a handsome salary from his employee since he has long-time work experience with internationally recognized news agencies.