Who is Sara Eisen?
Sara Aliza Eisen was born in Cincinnati, Ohio USA, in the mid-1980s, however, the actual date of her birth is still unknown, and therefore her current age. She is a journalist, reporter and TV host, probably best recognized for serving in the position of the co-host of CNBC’s “Worldwide Exchange”. Moreover, she is also known for being a correspondent for Bloomberg Television and Radio.
Would you like to know more about Sara Eisen’s professional career and personal life? How rich is she, as of now? If you are interested, stay tuned and find out.
Sara Eisen Net Worth
Her professional career started in 2008, and she has been an active member in the news industry ever since. So, if anyone of you ever wondered how rich Sara Eisen is, it has been estimated by authoritative sources that the total size of her net worth is over $500,000, accumulated through her successful career in the field of journalism. Her annual salary is now over $50,000. If she continues to expand her career further, her net worth will certainly increase in the coming years.
Early Life and Parents and Education
Concerning her early life, Sara spent her childhood in Cincinnati, raised by her father, Dr. Drore Eisen, a dermatologist well-known for founding CDx Diagnostics and serving there as the medical director, and her mother, Dr. Jane Eisen, who worked as a pediatric dentist. Information about any siblings is still unknown in the media. Regarding her education, Sara went to Northwestern University’s Medill School of Journalism. Upon matriculation, she enrolled in the University of New York, from which she graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Television Reporting and Business Coverage. To speak further of her education, Sara also attended Camp Ramah, a Jewish summer camp, alongside other famous personalities including the former US Federal Reserve chairman Ben Bernanke, television reporters Wolf Blitzer and Jake Tapper, and businessman Michael Dell. Later, at some point, she spent two years there working as an aerobics instructor.
Speaking about her career, Sara became involved in the field of journalism even before she obtained her degree, as she began an internship as a part of a start-up named ForexTV.com, a website dedicated to the business markets and changes of foreign currencies. She worked there until graduation, after which she did another internship at Bloomberg TV in Hong Kong, which gained her considerable knowledge and experience as a journalist.
Rise to Fame and Bloomberg
Undoubtedly, her outstanding academic performance helped her to climb the ladder of success so quickly, so when she returned to New York, Sara was promoted to work a full-time job in the position of a production assistant for Bloomberg in 2008. Moreover, she also got an opportunity to work as a foreign exchange reporter for both Bloomberg TV and Bloomberg Radio, adding a considerable amount to her net worth and increasing her popularity in that field. During the next five years there, Sara distinguished herself as a professional and ambitious journalist, as she worked as the co-host of the morning show “Bloomberg Surveillance” alongside Tom Keene. She was also a voice on its radio program entitled “On The Economy” and frequently appeared in “Lunch Money”, covering such stories as the European debt crisis, the Japan nuclear crisis, as well as a variety of G20 and IMF meetings.
CNBC Network and “Worldwide Exchange”
In 2013, Sara accepted an offer to join the CNBC network, and started working in the position of a business correspondent. Subsequently, she was appointed as the co-host of the business news program “Worldwide Exchange”, along with Wilfred Frost, and later transferred to co-host another business news program entitled “Power Lunch”, next to Melissa Lee, Michelle Caruso-Cabrera and Tyler Mathisen. To speak further about her career, she works as a correspondent from the New York Stock Exchange for the business show “Squawk On The Street”, so her net worth is currently still rising.
Personal Life and Charity Work
To talk about her personal life, Sara Eisen started dating Matthew Stone Levine, who is also involved in the news industry as the managing editor of Bloomberg TV, in 2011. Four years later, the couple announced their engagement and eventually exchanged their vows at a Jewish traditional wedding ceremony, held in May 2016 in Brooklyn, New York City. She gave birth to their first child, a son named Samuel, in December of the following year. Their current residence is in New York City.
— Sara Eisen (@SaraEisen) November 29, 2018
Sara spends a lot of her spare time collaborating with various charity organizations, such as Room to Read which promotes the education of girls. Besides that, she is also known as a huge supporter of the Simon Wiesenthal Center, a Jewish human rights organization which researches the Holocaust, confronts anti-Semitism, all kind of terrorism and hate. Sara joined the organization due to the fact that her grandparents survived the Holocaust.
Appearance and Vital Statistics
Speaking about her appearance and physical attributes, Sara is considered as one of the most beautiful female journalists with long light blonde hair and green colored eyes. Her body shape can be described as an hourglass, as she stands at a height of 5ft 6ins (1.68m) and her weight is reputed to be around 120lbs (55kgs), while her vital statistics are 36-27-37.
Social Media Presence
In addition to her career, Sara is active across many of the most popular social media sites, which she uses not only to promote her job but also to share various other contents with her fans. She runs her official Instagram and Twitter accounts, on which she has almost 100,000 followers. Her posts and interaction with fans reflect her casual and down-to-earth attitude.