Who is Sara Eisen from CNBC?
Born Sara Aliza Eisen on a thus far unspecified date in Cincinnati, Ohio USA, Sara Eisen is a Caucasian TV host and reporter of unknown descent. She is perhaps best known for making a significant screen presence as the anchor of CNBC’s Worldwide Exchange, as well as a correspondent for Bloomberg television and radio. She has had a number of other positions across various media networks, having been active in the often lucrative reporting business since an unspecified date.
Early Life and EducationSara was born in a family of doctors, to Dr Drore Eisen, a dermatologist and founder and director of CDx Diagnostics, and Dr Jane Eisen, a now retired pediatric dentist. To the media’s knowledge it doesn’t appear as though Sara has any siblings, and there is very little information regarding her early youth, until she attended Medill School of Journalism, and upon matriculation enrolled at the University of New York, where she earned her Bachelor’s degree in television reporting and business coverage. However, at some point in her youth, she attended a Jewish summer camp, called “Camp Ramah,” with notable personalities including individuals such as CNN’s Jake Tapper and Wolf Blitzer, as well as the businessman Michael Dell and the former US Federal Reserve chairman Ben Bernanke, perhaps giving Sara career ideas?
CareerSara began her career before she even graduated from the said institution, as an intern at a startup named ForexTV.com, a website dedicated to reporting the changes of foreign currencies in various markets, which thus became her first experience as a business reporter. After graduation, she secured another internship, this time with Bloomberg TV in Hong Kong, after which having gained enough experience for a promotion, Sara returned to New York to a full-time job as a production assistant at Bloomberg in 2008, and it was thanks to her ForexTV.com experience that she also obtained the position of foreign exchange reporter on Bloomberg Radio, and later TV. Sara went on to cover numerous crises around the globe, such as the Japan nuclear crisis and the European debt crisis, and she also attended various G20 and IMF meetings from where she reported ‘on the spot’. As her position flourished over five years, she ultimately had a better offer from CNBC, and joined it as a business correspondent. There, she was the co-host of “Worldwide Exchange” alongside Wilfred Frost, prior to obtaining her present-day position as the co-host of “Power Lunch”, with Michelle Caruso-Cabrera, Melissa Lee and Tyler Mathisen. She also co-hosts “Squawk on the Street” from the New York Stock Exchange.
As for Sara’s romantic involvements, the media knows virtually nothing about any relationships prior to 2011, when she met the managing editor of Bloomberg TV, Matthew Stone Levine while employed there, who also happened to have the duty of delegating the network’s editorial content. At some point after that they began dating, and eventually announced their engagement in 2015. They married in a Jewish ceremony on the 29th of May 2016 in Brooklyn, and spent their honeymoon in Thailand. There hasn’t been any controversy surrounding their marriage, and the two are apparently happy together.
What is Sara Eisen’s Net Worth?
Have you ever wondered how rich Sara Eisen is, as of mid-2018? According to various authoritative sources, it has been estimated that the current total of Sara’s accumulated wealth is over $500,000, largely aided by her successes in the news industry, while the greatest contribution has come from her long-term presence on CNBC and Bloomberg TV. Her monthly salary is said to be $50,000, so as her career continues to develop, her wealth can be expected to increase.
— Sara Eisen (@SaraEisen) April 27, 2018
Concerning the physical attributes of the experienced reporter, her vital statistics are said to be 36-27-37, with her 5ft 6ins (1.68m), and her current weight 120lbs (55kg). Her body shape is generally described as hourglass, while her hair color is light blond and her eyes dark green.
Social Media Presence
Due to the major influence of social networks, it is nowadays a regular thing for active reporters to nourish a close and active relationship with their fans, for the sake of increasing the popularity of the TV networks they’re working for, and thus their own net worth. Sara herself seems to be a regular subscriber, if not the leading example of this celebrity trend, as she is quite ubiquitous on most social networks. Her Facebook account is followed by over 5,000 people, and her Instagram account by more than 6,000 fans.