Sara Eisen Bio, Age, Family, Husband, Kids, CNBC, Salary, Net Worth

Sara Eisen

Sara Eisen Biography

Sara Eisen (Sara Aliza Eisen) is an American journalist serving as a financial news anchor for CNBC. She co-anchors CNBC’s “Closing Bell”. She previously co-anchored “Squawk on the Street”, “Power Lunch” and  “Worldwide Exchange”.  She formerly worked for Bloomberg Television as a correspondent and co-anchor of “Bloomberg Surveillance.”

Sara Eisen Age

Sara was born on 7 August 1984 in Cincinnati, Ohio, United States.

Sara Eisen Height

She stands at a height of 5 feet 6 inches tall.

Sara Eisen Education

She graduated from the University of New York with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Television Reporting and Business Coverage. She also holds a master’s degree in broadcast journalism with a concentration in business reporting from the Medill School of Journalism at Northwestern University.

Sara Eisen Parents

Eisen is the daughter of Drore Eisen and Jane Eisen. Her father is a dermatologist in Cincinnati and a founder and the medical director of CDx Diagnostics, a laboratory specializing in cancer detection and prevention, in Suffern, New York while her mother on the other hand is a retired pediatric dentist.

Sara Eisen Siblings

Sara has not revealed any information regarding her siblings.

Sara Eisen Husband- Sara Eisen Matthew Levine

Sara married her husband Matthew Levine on May 29, 2016. The couple first met in 2011 while they were both working for Bloomberg Television. At the time Matthew was a managing director while Sara was a journalist at Bloomberg Television.

Matthew Stone Levine is a partner and director at Brunswick Group, a strategic advisory firm. He is a former Head of US Programming at Bloomberg Television. He joined Bloomberg Television in August 2011 as a senior producer. He later became the head of editorial planning and strategy before becoming a deputy executive editor. In September 2015 he was promoted to managing editor before becoming the Head of US programming. He began his career at CNBC as a news editor.

Matthew attended graduated cum laude from the University of Pennsylvania and received a master’s in international relations at the University of Sussex in England. He is the son of Laura E. Stone and Ezra C. Levine. His mother, a former lawyer in Washington, was until 2015 a board member of House of Ruth, which provides services to homeless women and families. His father retired as a senior counsel in the Washington office of Morrison & Foerster, a San Francisco law firm.

Sara Eisen Children

Sara and her husband have two sons together, Samuel Levine and Harrison James Levine.

 

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Sara Eisen CNBC

Sara is a CNBC’s journalist serving as a co-anchor of “Closing Bell” which airs Monday to Friday 3 PM-5 PM ET. She previously co-anchored “Squawk on the Street” airing Monday to Friday 9 AM-11 AM ET and broadcasted from Post 9 at the New York Stock Exchange. She joined the network in December 2013 as a correspondent, focusing on the global consumer. She has since co-anchored Power Lunch and Worldwide Exchange.

She began her career in journalism while in college as an intern for ForexTV.com, a startup website. The site covered the foreign exchange market and currencies. At the time she knew nothing about markets or currencies but the site wanted to give her an opportunity at doing broadcasts. She ended up learning about the markets and currencies. After she realized she did not have the journalistic chops she decided to pursue a career in journalism.

While studying at Medill School of Journalism she got an internship with Bloomberg TV in Hong Kong. She did behind-the-scenes productions, writing and editing packages, and general production assistant. She was in Hong Kong for about four months and got the opportunity to travel around the region as well as to the Philippines where she reported on stories like the rice shortage, a significant event at the time.

In 2008 she returned to New York and began working for Bloomberg full time. She was hired as a production assistant. She later got an opportunity to cover currencies at Bloomberg Radio. She finally got an opportunity to be a currency reporter for Bloomberg TV. She co-anchored “Bloomberg Surveillance” as well as a correspondent for Bloomberg Television, where she covered global macroeconomics, policy, and business. During that time, she covered the European debt crisis, the tsunami aftermath and Fukushima nuclear crisis in Japan.

Sara Eisen Jewish

Sara is Jewish; At some point in her youth, she attended Camp Ramah, a Jewish summer camp.

Sara Eisen Political Affiliation

Sara has not publicly revealed her political affiliation.

Sara Eisen Wardrobe Malfunction

In 2012 while at Bloomberg TV Sara suffered a wardrobe malfunction while on air. One of the reporter’s mic was not working, Sara was thinking she was off-camera and was adjusting her skirt and smoothing out her undergarments. As the camera swapped over to her sooner than expected the viewers caught a glimpse of her underwear.

People online wondered what the device between her legs was but it was the transponder for her wireless mic. It is normally attached at the belt but if one is wearing a dress it is strapped on the leg and her’s was strapped on her thigh.

Sara Eisen Salary

Eisen earns an annual salary of between $50,000-$70,000.

Sara Eisen Net Worth

She has an estimated net worth of over $ 1 million.

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