Sara Sidner is an award winning American journalist who currently works for the CNN and CNN international as a correspondent. Sara Sidner works based in Jerusalem, Middle East. She has won several awards for the work she has done in the journalistic industry. Sara has covered her stories from all over the world.
Sara Sinder was born in Miami Lakes, Florida and graduated from the University of Florida with a telecommunications degree. Sara Sinder has maintained her personal profile low and no information about her married life or husband is known.
Sara Sinder was born in Florida, the United States of America on 31 May 1972. She is the native of Miami Lakes, Florida who was born to a British mother and Afro-American father. She is a graduate of the University of Florida with a degree in telecommunications.
She was very much active in extra-curricular activities during her college days. Sara was the part of a women's volleyball team. She is a very professional person who prefers to keep most of her personal information secret. She is in her mid 40's may be Sara Sinder has got married.
Any information about Sara Sinder husband or children on her bio is not available and she belongs to white ethnicity with appealing height and weight.
Sara Sinder started her career working for the WUFT-TV, later she shifted to several others channels before she landed on CNN. Being in CNN she has produced stories from different countries and has also become part of the channel's Peabody Award winning coverage.
At the beginning of her on-air career, Sara started working for the WUFT-TV located in Gainesville, Florida. She then continued her work at the KFVS-TV in Cape Girardeau, Missouri. She later joined WINK-TV in Fort Myers, Florida and then KDFW-TV in Dallas Texas. While her tenure at KDFW-TV, she worked as consumer reporter/anchor and she worked there for three years.
Later in January 2004, Sara moved to KTVU where she served as weekend co-anchor of the KTVU Channel 2 News at 6 and the Ten O’Clock News. Addition to that, she was a weekday reporter for that station. At present, Sara is serving as an international correspondent for the CNN based in Jerusalem.
She was seen covering the Ferguson, Missouri's protest after a black teenager was shot and killed by white police which continued for many months. Sara being an international reporter has reported on the various subject including politics, social and culture, and even business and terrorism.
Sara till now has reported from several nations like Nepal, Pakistan, Thailand, Sri Lanka, Egypt, Libya, Afghanistan, Taiwan, Indonesia, and Cambodia. While reporting from the Middle East she served as a part of CNN's Peabody Award winning coverage of the Arab Spring.
There are several reports she has presented from South Asia including war-torn in Afghanistan, 25 years of civil war in Sri Lanka, political eruptions live coverage from Bangladesh and Thailand. We can also find several stories of India about in economic and social development. Apart from that, she was also the one who traveled to Haiti and Chile for covering the destruction after the devastating earthquake.
Net Worth and Salary
Sara Sinder has been working as an international correspondent for the worldwide broadcasting channel. She has a high amount of salary and net worth, her earning is in million from her career.
Sara Sinder before joining the CNN she worked for several TV stations in different part of the States. She has traveled all over the globe and collected her stories. She even went to war zones and destructive earthquake area for her coverage.
So reporting from many nations and winning several awards for them Sara earns in million dollars. Sara Sinder estimated net worth is 2.1 million.
Awards and Nomination
Sara Sinder has been awarded several awards. She was given regional Emmy Award, Edward R. Murrow, Telly Award and much more. CNN International also awarded her for the documentary 'Freedom Project'.
Sara Sinder has received Lone Star Award, Regional Emmy Award and also Associated Press Awards. She was also very much acknowledged for her reporting for the Space Shuttle Columbia Disaster. For the war coverage of Libya Sara was awarded Achievement of the Year Award provided by SKY WFTV Women in Film & Television in the United Kingdom in the year 2011.
She was presented with CNN International's Award for 'Freedom Project' for her stories on India's social and economic development. In addition to these awards she has also given Asian Television Awards twice, for 2011 report on the bad time faced by the people of Bangladesh while forced into begging and for 2012 Freedom Project documentary 'Operation Hope'.
Again in the year 2013, Sara Sinder was given two Alliance for Women in Media Gracie Awards, one for the 2012 Gaza-Israel conflict and India's issues related to female infanticide. Some of the other awards she has received till date are regional Emmy Award, Telly Awards, and Edward R. Murrow Award. Furthermore, she was named is an Alumni of Distinction in the year 2011.