Actresses

Sara Eisen Net Worth

Sara Aliza Eisen net worth is
$450,000

Sara Aliza Eisen salary is
$100,000

Sara Aliza Eisen Wiki/Biography

Sara Aliza Eisen was born in December 1970, but the exact day of her birth is unknown. She is a daughter of Dr. Jane and Dr. Drore Eisen of Cincinnati, who is a dermatologist and a founder of a New York-based cancer specialized laboratory, a founder and the medical director of CDx Diagnostics, while her mother is a retired pediatric dentist. This American anchor, correspondent, and journalist is best known for working for CNBC.

So just how rich is Sara Eisen as of late 2017? According to authoritative sources, Sara’s net worth is as high as $450,000, and is accumulated from her career in the previously mentioned fields which began in the 1990s, and she reportedly now earns a minimum of $100,000 annually. Her assets include her New Jersey apartment and a luxurious car.

Sara Eisen Net Worth $450,000

Eisen attended the New York University and graduated with a master’s degree in journalism from Northwestern. When it comes to Eisen’s career, she has worked for various television channels, including Bloomberg, where she served as a newscaster and monetary journalist and Forex TV. Due to her charisma and skills, she was able to progress career-wise, eventually becoming a co-anchor for CNBC, one of America’s leading television channels in 2013. The shows she works on include ‘’Squawk on the Street’’ and ‘’ Worldwide Exchange’’, joining the projects in 2013 and 2016 respectively. The former television show is focused on providing information regarding global business topics, and is headquartered on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange. It is broadcast from Monday to Friday and each episode features a two-hour long footage on the mentioned topic. Eisen works alongside with Carl Quintanilla, David Faber and Jim Cramer. When it comes to ‘’Worldwide Exchange’’, it is broadcast on several CNBC channels worldwide and was said to be “the first ever global business news broadcast”, and was the first CNBC program to be jointly produced by three of the regional channels of the network.

In addition to being an anchor, Sara has also interviewed several Federal presidents, including Eric Rosengren and Charles Plosser. Sara has appeared on ‘”Bloomberg Surveillance”, and also appeared on “Lunch Money”, while she also worked on Bloomberg Radio and Bloomberg.com – Bloomberg’s website as well. Overall, Sara Eisen is mostly associated with business television shows and business related topics, and is regarded as being at the top of her specialities in journalism.

When it comes to her private life, Sara has been married to Matthew Stone Levine, a Manhattan- based managing editor of Bloomberg since 29 May 2016. When it comes to their family life, Sara and Matthew have two children. She is active on social media such as Instagram and Twitter, and has the audience of more than 86,000 followers on the latter.


Net Worth$450,000
Salary$100,000
Date Of Birth1970
Place Of BirthAmerica
ProfessionActress
EducationNew York University
NationalityAmerican
SpouseMatthew Levine
ParentsJane Eisen, Drore Eisen
Facebookhttps://www.facebook.com/saraeisencnbc
Twitterhttps://twitter.com/saraeisen
IMDBhttp://www.imdb.com/name/nm6109031/
TV ShowsSquawk on the Street
#Fact
1CNBC correspondent.

Self

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Squawk Box2015TV SeriesHerself - Guest Co-Hostess
Fast Money2014TV SeriesHerself - CNBC Correspondent
Pamisimas del vyno2013DocumentaryHerself

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IMDB Wikipedia

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