Barbara Starr completed her graduation with the degree in Journalism from the California State University, Northridge. She was a correspondent for "Business Week" magazine covering energy matters for 9 years since 1979. She then worked for the news magazine "Jane's Defense Weekly" since 1988, covering national security and defense policy and then joined the ABC News as a producer covering the Pentagon in 1997, where she won a local Emmy Award.
Currently, Barbara Starr is CNN's Pentagon correspondent, based in Washington, D.C. and appears regularly on The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer, New Day and other shows across the network regularly breaking big news and delivering exclusive coverage on the U.S. military and political situation on a global scale.
The current age of Barbara Starr is not disclosed yet but regarding her ethnicity and nationality, she is a white American journalist. She has been previously married to her husband Gaylord Lloyd in the year 1942 but she is believed to be divorced and single now. She earns her salary from her journalism career, which adds up to her recent net worth of U.S $ 5 million in the present time.