Ash Sarka is a British Journalist and political activist known for working as a contributor for The Guardian and The Independent. In addition to her role as a contributor, she also works with Novara Media as a contributor. This page will explore her education, biography, career, and other aspects of her life.
Ash Sarka Biography
She was born in London in 1992 and is of Indian descent. SEED was unable to gather information about her parent. However, Factsbuddy has it that her mom worked as a social worker while her aunt, Pritilata Waddedar, was an influential revolutionary nationalist in India.
Concerning her relationship, many have been curious about the man’s identity in her life. She published a post on her Twitter handle stating that she was tying the knot, but to date, we could not see who the lucky guy is, though some claim that she is married to Aaron Bastani, which isn’t the case.
Anyways, some (actually) personal news: I'm getting married in July!— Ash Sarkar (@AyoCaesar) May 2, 2023
It's been on the cards for a while, but I didn't want to say anything online because it was more fun letting people post about how I'm going to die alone etc.
And… I'm asking for some favours.
Ash Sarka Education
She attended Enfield County School before moving to the Latymer School, a mixed grammar school in London. Ash obtained undergraduate and master’s degrees in English literature from University College London.
Ash Sarka Career
She currently works as a Senior Editor at Novara Media, an independent, left-wing alternative media organization founded in the United Kingdom in 2011 by James Butler. On her Instagram page, she celebrated the media, reaching 300k subscribers on YouTube. She has been featured on many shows and authorizes the book Minority Rule.
Ash Sarka Net worth
Her salary as a journalist is roughly above $80k, and her estimated net worth is $900k.