Christine Romans is an American anchor and an author, working as Chief Business Correspondent for CNN. She earned Emmy awards for her work on the series “Exporting America.”
Christine Romans' early life
Romans was born on January 31, 1971, in Le Claire, Iowa. She graduated from Iowa State University and completed her majored in Journalism, Mass Communication, and French.
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Regarding her nationality and ethnicity, she is of American nationality and belongs to the white ethnicity.
Christine Romans' career
Firstly, Romans started her career covering the New York Stock Exchange. She also worked in the different station and gained experiences which led her to CNN Network.
In the beginning, she provides information about the economy, politics and international business.
She has hosted shows like Street Sweep and Your Money”, and published books named, “How to Speak Money” and “Smart Is the New Rich."
Recently, Christine works as a Chief Business Correspondent at CNN and also presenters of “Early Start” and Business show “Your Money”.
Her diligent work earned her the George Foster Peabody Award for the coverage of Hurricane Katrina and also won Alfred I. DuPont Award for the tsunami disaster.
Christine Romans' personal life
Christine Romans' net worth
Romans worked on several stations and earned name and fame through her hard work. Christine makes the handsome amount of money from her professional career.
She reportedly earns $40,000 as her salary. As of 2018, Christine Romans' net worth is around $7 million.
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