Timeline of Elise Labott
|Date of Birth:||1970 , August-15|
|Birth Nation:||United States|
|Height:||5 Feet 7 Inch|
Elise Labott graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and earned a master's degree from the New School for Social Research. After her graduation, she worked for ABC News and also reported on foreign policy and diplomatic issues for Agence France-Presse and other publications simultaneously.
Presently Elise works on CNN; Cable News Network as a global affairs correspondent. As of now, she has covered news including Palestinian civil unrest and Israeli war, the war between Russia and Georgia, Camp David peace talks of 2000, and so on.
Correspondingly, Labott has traveled to Afghanistan with US reconstruction teams and has also reported on the conflict in Syria, Ukraine, and Israel. Once, Elise got fired after she tweeted about the House of Representatives passing a bill to stop a program allowing Syrian refugees into the USA.
Moving towards her personal life, talented Elise keeps most of her information secretly; information regarding her affairs and married life are not disclosed in media yet but she must have involvement in some secret relationship.
Talking about her economic aspects, Gorgeous woman Elise earns a huge amount of money from her journalism career which has helped her to live a lavish life as well as boost her net worth.
Elise Labott facts on timeline
Born in Madison, the United StatesAugust 15 , 1970
Elise Labott is an American Journalist who is best known for being the CNN's global affairs correspondent. She was born on August 15, 1970, in Madison, the United States.
Elise Labott joined the media company, CNN (Cable News Network) as a global affairs correspondent in 2000. In CNN she covered the news including Palestinian civil unrest, Israeli war, the war between Russia and Georgia and so on.
Elise Labott traveled to Afghanistan with US reconstruction teams in 2010. The talented and gorgeous Elise also reported on the conflict in Syria, Ukraine, and Israel.
Elise Labott got suspended from the CNN in 2015 after she tweeted about the House of Representatives passing a bill to stop a program allowing Syrian refugees into the US.