Shirley Henry is a Deputy Washington Editor at the NPR- Washington, D.C. She is widely known for being the wife of the Chief White House Correspondent for the Fox News Ed Henry. Her husband has been accused of having ten months affair with his partner Natalia Lima in the latest issue of In Touch Weekly.
Hung and Henry got married to each other in 2010. According to the CNN story about their wedding ceremony, it was held at Wynn Las Vegas Resort at the wedding featuring an Elvis impersonator. They first met while they were both working at the CNN. At that time, Hung was a senior producer whereas Henry was a White House Correspondent.
According to her LinkedIn profile, Hung went to get her education from the Boston University and she got graduated from there. There, she studied Journalism and International Relations. She also got enrolled at the Georgetown University from where she received her master's degree in Public Policy in 1998.
It was in February of 2005 when she started to work in CNN. At first, she worked as an executive producer for America Bureau covering the Homeland Security. After that, she worked as a coverage manager as well as a supervising producer in Washington, D.C.
Later, she left CNN in September of 2014 for National Public Radio. In 2015, she was then promoted to Deputy Washington Editor from Senior Editor. In addition to that, Hung is also the lead editor for the NPR’s White House Coverage, She also has a key role in the coverage of NPR of 2016 Presidential Election and she has also helped to create NPR Politics Podcast.
Hung has now reached the age of 46 and her husband is 44. There is no news found for her height. Besides that, to know more about her bio, and other activities, she can also get connected through Instagram and Twitter.