Timeline of Sara Eisen
|Birth Nation:||United States|
|Height:||5 Feet 6 Inch|
|Net Worth||$300 thousand|
|Education||University of Northwestern|
Sara Eisen happily married her long-term boyfriend and former Bloomberg's managing editor Matthew Stone Levine. They first started dating in 2011 and after dating for about five years, they married each other in a quiet private ceremony. Eisen and Levine are reportedly living a happy life together. we here no rumors about separation or the divorce between the couple.
Eisen started her broadcasting career from a local Cable news channel called Forex TV. Later, she joined another famous business news network, Bloomberg, as an anchor and financial reporter. She left Bloomberg network after her contract with the news network expired in December 2016 and joined CNBC on 16th December 2016.
Till now, she has worked for five TV series which are Fast Money, Squawk Box, On the Money, Morning Joe, Worldwide Exchange and in a documentary, Red Obsession. Beautiful and charming Sara has a height of 5 ft 6 inches. She has a gorgeous slim body with her body size 33-24-35. Furthermore, she has beautiful blonde hair and attractive brown eye.
These days, she is serving at CNBC as a news journalist and host of three different shows. Sara has a net worth of around $5 million and from her profession, she receives an annual salary of about $50,000.
Sara Eisen facts on timeline
Worked at Bloomberg Television2010
Sara completed her high school graduation from Medill School. After that she joined University of New York and she finally earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in the television reporting and business coverage from there. She began her broadcasting career from Forex TV. She then joined Bloomberg TV where she worked as a news anchor and financial reporter.
Was severely criticized2013
In 2013, she was severely criticized while she was working as a news anchor and financial reporter at Bloomberg TV. There she was criticized for the up-folded skirt in the studio live action on the camera. She came under huge media speculation and then she quit Bloomberg TV at the end of 2013.
Pretty with smiling face, Sara Eisen is popular for being the news correspondent of CNBC. She joined CNBC soon after she quit Bloomberg TV after she was criticized for the the up-folded skirt in the studio live action on the camera.