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Sara Eisen wiki

Sara Eisen is an American reporter who has been working as a correspondent for CNBC. Sara Eisen is a married woman who has been living with her husband since 2016. Sara Eisen also has been in many controversies regarding her dress she wears in the set.  Other than that as she has been working in a very popular news channel Sara Eisen has been able to earn good amount of salary and net worth. Sara Eisen is a master's degree holder in Broadcast Journalism

Sara Eisen is a master's degree holder in Broadcast Journalism

Sara Eisen is said to be born in the year 1970s. She completed her schooling from the Medill School. She then went on to join the University of New York and received a degree in Bachelor of Arts in Television Reporting and Business Coverage.

She later joined the University of Northwestern from where she completed her Master’s degree in the Broadcast Journalism specializing in business reporting.

 

Sara Eisen career started in Forex TV

Eisen started her career in television reporting from Forex TV, a television channel that focused on business or trading with a little bit of interest in the social life of a trader.

In 2013, Sara Eisen became a victim of high media speculation and criticism due to an up-folded skirt in the studio during live action on the camera. She was accused of the wardrobe malfunction and she became the hot topic of discussion in many news and entertainment channels.

 

Sara Eisen joined CNBC after her she left Forex TV

After the humiliation, Sara Eisen left the office and joined CNBC as a correspondent focusing on a global consumer in December of the year 2013. Her job is located at CNBC’s global headquarters in the Englewood Cliffs, N.J. Eisen has been named as a co-anchor of 10 AM ET hour of the CNBC’s ‘Squawk on the Street’ in May of 2014.

Before CNBC, Eisen used to work for the Bloomberg Television as a correspondent as well as she also used to co-anchor for the Bloomberg Surveillance.

 

Sara Eisen also worked in the radio

During her tenure at the Bloomberg, Eisen covered macroeconomics, policy, and business. She had also covered European debt crisis, Fukushima nuclear crisis in the Japan as well as the tsunami aftermath. In addition to Bloomberg Television, Eisen had also hosted the program of the Bloomberg Radio called “On the Economy”.

Besides that, Eisen Eisen is also the editor of the “Currencies After the Crash: The Uncertain Future of Global Paper-Based Currency System”. It was published in January of the year 2013 by McGraw-Hill.

 

Sara Eisen covered Santa Columba Conference

Prior to that, during her time at the TV channel, Eisen has interviewed many political figures such as regional federal president Richard Fischer, James Bullard, Charles Plosser and Eric Rosengren as well as the finance ministers from Greece and Germany.

She has also been appreciated heavily for her coverage of Santa Columba Conference that was held at the Siena of Italy in 2010 and 2012.

 

Sara Eisen is married to her long-time boyfriend

To talk about her personal life, Sara Eisen got married with her longtime boyfriend. The couple married in a private ceremony where there were only a few guests, some close friends, and relatives.

 It is known that her husband is a port but his name and identity remains unknown till date. The couple is blessed with two children who are both sons. Sara Eisen is currently living life blissfully with her family.

 

Sara Eisen is also involved in several volunteering jobs

Eisen stands tall at the height of five feet and six inches and she is among one of the good looking and delightful faces of the American News Production. She has won the heart of numbers of people.

Apart from that, she is also involved with some of the NGOs in the United States. Her net worth is estimated at 300 thousand dollars. Eisen is active on social networking sites and to know more about her, we can also follow her on her twitter account.  Sara Eisen is getting more and more popular these days we hope we can get her bio on wiki page soon. 

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