Who is Sara Eisen?
Sara Eisen is an American journalist, TV host and reporter, who achieved fame as the co-host of the popular show “Worldwide Exchange”, aired on CNBC. She can also be seen on Bloomberg TV and heard on Bloomberg radio, as she serves as a correspondent for the network.
Sara Eisen Wiki: Age, Childhood, and Education
Sara Eisen was born on the 7th August 1985, in Cincinnati, Ohio USA, and is the daughter of Drore Eisen and his wife Jane. In regards to her education, Sara attended Medill School for her high school education, and after matriculation enrolled at the University of New York, from which she graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in television reporting and business coverage. She continued her education at Northwestern University, from which she obtained a master’s degree in broadcast journalism.
Sara started her career at Forex TV, a local cable news channel. However, she remained there only for a couple of years, when she left in 2011 to become a part of Bloomberg TV. She joined as an anchor and financial reporter, working on several shows, including co-anchoring “Bloomberg Surveillance”. Thanks to her hard work, Sara was becoming more popular, and her role at Bloomberg TV improved, as she was named correspondent for the station.
During her time at Bloomberg, Sara covered numerous topics across the world, including the Japan nuclear crisis, and the European debt crisis, while she was also present at G20 and IMF meetings. Gradually she was becoming more successful, and her hard work was noticed by several high-profile networks, including CNBC, and she couldn’t refuse a subsequent offer from the network.
Rise to Prominence
Sara became a part of CNBC in 2013, officially as a correspondent, and since then has appeared in several shows, making her own contributions to the station.
One of her first appearances on screen was in the show “Fast Money” in 2014, and since then has been promoted to serve as a co-host and co-anchor of “Worldwide Exchange” (2016-2018), and from 2017 to present, she is a correspondent on the show “Morning Joe”, among other engagements at the station.
Sara Eisen Net Worth
Since launching her career, Sara has worked for several minor networks, only to joined CNBC in 2013, and has since become well known nationally.
Eisen’s net worth is ~$500,000.
Sara Eisen Personal Life, Dating, Husband, Children
For instance, Sara is a married woman and her husband is Matthew Levine, a managing editor of Bloomberg TV; the two met in 2011 when she joined the station, and started dating. Five years into their romance, Sara and Matthew married in a Jewish wedding ceremony held in Brooklyn on the 29th May 2016, and went on honeymoon to Thailand. Since then, they have welcomed two children, Gerson, born in 2016, and Samuel in 2017. When she is not working and is not with her family, Sara works with charitable organizations, including Room to Read which promotes the education of girls.
— Sara Eisen (@SaraEisen) August 7, 2019
Besides that, she is also known as a huge supporter of the Simon Wiesenthal Center, a Jewish human rights organization which researches the Holocaust.
Sara Eisen Internet Fame
Her official Twitter page has more than 100,000 followers, with whom she has shared her most recent career endeavors, such as her report on the problems on the stock market, among numerous other posts.
Sara is also quite active on Instagram, on which she has more than 8,000 followers, and in addition to posts about her career, Sara has also shared details from her personal life. If you want, you can find Sara on Facebook as well, on which she already has more than 5,500 loyal fans.
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Height, Weight, Body Measurements, and Appearance
Sara stands at 5ft 6ins, which is equal to 1.68m, her weight is currently unknown in the media, but Sara’s vital statistics are 33-24-35 inches, and her bra size is 36C. She has naturally blonde hair, while her eyes are brown.