Juju Chang Biography
Juju Chang is an American television journalist for ABC News and currently works as an anchor of Nightline. Previously she served as a special correspondent and fill-in anchor for Nightline. She was also the news anchor for ABC News’s morning news program Good Morning America from 2009 to 2011.
Juju Chang Age
Chang was born on September 17, 1965, in Seoul, South Korea. He is 57 years old.
Juju Chang Height
Chang stands at a height of 5ft 5in, her long feet have added hotness to her personality.
Juju Chang Family
Chang was born in Seoul, South Korea, she is a daughter of Okyong and Palki Chang, and she along with her sister was raised in Sunnyvale, California, following her family’s emigration to the U.S. in 1969.
Juju Chang Husband | Juju Chang Kids
Chang married her husband Neal Shapiro on December 2, 1995. At that time, Chang converted to Judaism. The couple has three sons: Jared (b. 2000), Travis (b. 2003), and Mason (b. 2007). Chang is active in the Asian-American community as a founding board member of the Korean American Community Foundation and an active member of the Council on Foreign Relations.
Since 2011, the family lived on the West Side of Manhattan. Juju co-hosted the annual Spring Luncheon held by The New York Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children in 2015.
Juju Chang Nightline
Chang would leave Good Morning America to take a full-time role on Nightline, this was reported by ABC News president Ben Sherwood on March 29, 2011. She became a special correspondent and fill-in anchor.
Chang had spent 15 months as the newsreader for GMA as well as a contributor to 20/20 and wolrd News programs she will continue to work with. When Cynthia McFadden, left Nightline on March 27, 2014, to go and join NBC News Chang replaced her and she became a Nightline anchor.
Juju Chang Neal Shapiro
ABC News correspondent JuJu Chang is married to Neal Shapiro. Shapiro was born on March 9, 1958. He is the president and CEO of WNET. Previously he worked as the President of NBC News and the executive producer of Dateline NBC. Apart from this, he has spent 13 years as a news producer at ABC News.
Juju Chang Education
Chang attended Marian A. Peterson High School for one year, but after that school was converted into a middle school, Chang graduated from Adrian C. Wilcox High School’s graduating class of 1983. During her young age, Chang was a nationally ranked swimmer.
Chang graduated with honors from Stanford University with a Bachelor of Arts in political science and communications in 1987. At Stanford, she was awarded the Edwin Cotrell Political Science Prize.
Juju Chang ABC News
In 1984 Chang began working for ABC as a desk assistant. She also became a producer and off-air reporter for World News Tonight in 1991, producing live events coverage and stories for its “American Agenda” segment. Chang’s off-air reporting assignments included the 1991 Gulf War during this time she was based in Dhahran, Saudi Arabia, and the 1992 U.S. presidential election.
For World News Tonight, Chang produced a series on women’s health, which won an Alfred I. DuPont-Columbia University Award in 1995. later she left World News Tonight in 1995 to become a reporter for KGO-TV, an ABC affiliate, in San Francisco, covering state and local news topics.
After serving at KGO-TV in a year, Chang returned to ABC News in 1996, taking up the role of correspondent for the ABC affiliate news service NewsOne in Washington D.C. At NewsOne Chang covered the White House, Capitol Hill, and the 1996 presidential election.
After she returned to World News Tonight in 1998, she covered such stories as Hurricane George, the anniversary of the Chernobyl nuclear disaster, and the bombings of U.S. embassies in Kenya and Tanzania.
She started her role as an anchor in 1999, when she hosted the early-morning newscasts of ABC News’ World News Now, an overnight news program, and World News This Morning where she reported on national and international news.
In 2009 Juju contributed reports to ABC’s news magazine 20/20, including a piece on Tanzania’s black market for albino body parts.
Since moving to GMA Juju has continued contributing reports to 20/20. On ABC’s Nightline she has reported on a broad range of topics including the Heparin tainting case and the in vitro fertilization industry and has acted as host on the show’s feature, “Face-Off”.
Juju Chang Awards
Juju has received numerous awards for her work in television journalism. In 1995 she received an Alfred I. Dupont Award for a series on women’s health produced with Peter Jennings. After receiving the Dupont Award, Juju has won two Gracie Awards, one for a report on judicial activism, for NOW, a newsmagazine on PBS, and one for Women and Science, a profile of Ben Barres, a transgender neurobiologist, for 20/20.
Juju has won three Emmy awards for her work with ABC, including one for her role as a correspondent on ABC’s live coverage of California wildfires in 2008. Also, she received a Freddie award (for health and medical media) for The Art of Women’s Health, a series she hosted for PBS.
Juju Chang Net Worth
Her net worth is estimated to be between $1 million – $5 million of which she might be getting a good salary since she is successful in her professions.
Juju Chang TV Shows
20/0 (TV Show) PANDAS – 2018
What the Dash Cam Never Saw – 2016
Home Free – 2014
The Year: 2016 (TV Show)
ABC’s the Lookout (TV Show) – 2013
Good Morning America (TV Show) from 2012 to 2013)
Primetime: Celebrity Weight Loss—What Really Happens — 2011
Primetime: The Outsiders — 2009
Primetime: Family Secrets — 2009
Now on PBS (TV Show) – 2005
Reporter (6 Credits)
Nightline (TV Show) – 2018
20/20 (TV Show)
My Extra Ordinary Family — 2011
Good Morning America (TV Show)
Host (3 Credits)
Art of Women’s Health (TV Show)
Sexually Transmitted Diseases, Chronic Constipation, Breast Cancer — 2005
Preparing for Pregnancy, Flight Attendant Radiation, Cancer and Genetics — 2005
Menopause, Uninsured Women, Chronic Pelvic Pain — 2005 2005
Speaking of Women’s Health (TV Show)
Negative Body Image; Relieve Stress; Massage — 2005
Deepak Chopra; Strokes in Children; Knitting and Relaxing — 2005
Hair Loss; Reduce Stress; Acupuncture — 2005 2005
Moms Get Real (TV Show)
Actor (2 Credits)
Traci From Nightcap (TV Show)
What Would Staci Do? — 2017 Herself 2017
Revenge (TV Show)
Identity — 2013 Herself 2013
Moderator (1 Credit)
Stanford Roundtable: Gray Matters: Your Brain, Your Life and Science in the 21st Century (TV Show