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Susan McMahon was born on the 15th November 1957, in Spokane, Washington USA, and is a television reporter as well as an anchor and financial journalism connoisseur, who as Sue Herera is best known for being the anchor of CNBC’s business news magazine “Nightly Business Report”. She is also widely recognized for her previous engagements in CNBC’s flag time show “Business Center” and news program “Power Lunch”.
Have you ever wondered how much wealth “The First Lady of Wall Street” has accumulated so far? How rich Sue Herera is? According to sources, it is estimated that the total of Sue Herera’s net worth, as of mid-2017, revolves around the sum of $8 million, acquired largely through her career in journalism and TV anchoring, which now spans almost 40 years, being active since 1980.
Sue Herera Net Worth $8 million
Sue was born to a housewife and shoe wholesaler. Although a native of Washington, Sue grew up in Brentwood, California, and later attended California State University in Northridge, California, (CSUN), from which she graduated in 1980 with her BA degree majoring in journalism. Sue then began her internship at Los Angeles’ KNXT TV station (today referred to as KCBS-TV). In 1981 she transferred to, at that time, the newly formed Financial News Network, and soon after began serving as its anchor. These engagements provided the basis for Sue Herera’s currently rather impressive net worth.
After spending seven years within Financial News Network, honing her anchoring and reporting skills, Sue joined NBC in 1989. In April that year the network was rebranded and relaunched as Consumer News and Business Channel (CNBC). In the beginning, Sue was covering breaking news stories, but over the years steadily climbed the ladder, resulting in anchoring network’s technology news program “The Edge” in the late 1990s. All these ventures helped Sue Herera to establish herself as a prominent anchor and journalist, significantly increasing the total of her net worth.
Between 1999 and 2003, alongside Ron Insana, Sue Herera was co-hosting CNBC’s primetime 90-minute show “Business Center”. This involvement made Sue one of the network’s cover faces, and led her to even more prosperous and lucrative engagements. In 2003 she landed the role of presenter and co-host of the business news program “Power Lunch” – the show that looks into how business, people as well as trends, effects Wall Street and global money flow on a daily basis. During the next 13 years which she spent in the show, Sue Herera’s wealth dramatically increase, as well as her fame.
Since 2015, Sue has been serving as co-host of CNBC’s latest primetime flagship business news magazine, “Nightly Business Report”, a 30-minute daily program that examines and follows the stock market and its changes, as well as deep analysis of policy market, also enriched with various interviews with important business persons such as companies’ CEOs and executives. Doubtlessly, this achievement has currently been Sue Herera’s major income, which constantly boosts her wealth in total.
For her contribution to journalism, Sue was honored with CSUN’s Distinguished Alumnus Award in 2003.
When it comes to her personal life, Sue has been married since 1984 to physician Daniel Herera, with whom she has welcomed twin girls and a son.
|Full Name||Sue Herera|
|Net Worth||$8 Million|
|Date Of Birth||November 15, 1957|
|Place Of Birth||Spokane, Washington, United States|
|Education||California State University, Northridge|
|Spouse||Daniel Herera (m. 1984)|
|Children||Jacqueline Herera, Victoria Herera, Daniel Herera|
|TV Shows||Nightly Business Report, Power Lunch, Business Center, Market Wrap, The Edge, The Money Wheel, Business Tonight|
|1||In 2002, she became the mother of twin girls and, a year later, a son.|
|2||Born on November 15, 1957 in Spokane, Washington, she grew up in Brentwood, California, where her father was a shoe wholesaler and her mother was a housewife.|
|3||She was hired by General Electric's Jack Welch to work at NBC as the first employee of CNBC.|
|4||Her husband, Daniel Herera, is a physician, since 1999.|
|5||Earned a Bachelor's degree in Journalism from California State University at Northridge in 1980 along with her co-anchor Bill Griffeth and, in 2003, she was honored with the University's Distinguished Alumni Award.|
|6||Founding member of CNBC, helping to launch the network in 1989.|
|Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps||2010||Newscaster|
|Nubile Nuisance||2006||Nancy (as Sue Ann Herrera)|
|Nightly Business Report||2013-2017||TV Series||Herself - Co-Anchor / Herself - Co-Hostess / Herself - Substitute Co-Anchor|
|On the Money||2014-2016||TV Series||Herself - Guest Hostess|
|NBC Nightly News with Lester Holt||2012||TV Series||Herself - CNBC Correspondent|
|Stranger Safety: News Report - The Stranger||2011||Short||Herself - Anchor|
|Stranger Safety: News Report Update - The Stranger||2011||Short||Herself - Anchor|
|Stranger Safety: One Is a Lonely Number||2011||Short||Herself - Anchor|
|The Great Game: The Story of Wall Street||2000||TV Movie documentary||Herself - Hostess (as Sue Herrera)|
|The Money Wheel||1989||TV Series||Herself - Anchor|
|Market Wrap||1989||TV Series||Herself - Anchor|
|I.O.U.S.A.||2008||Documentary||Herself (as Sue Herrera)|