Sara Eisen is known as an American news anchor. She is most famous for her work on CNBC and Bloomberg Television.
Sara Eisen studied at the Medill School of Journalism of Northwestern University, where she received her bachelor’s degree in Broadcasting Journalism and Business.
Sara Eisen is married to Al Hunt. She said organizing her time is a lot more critical now than it was at any point was before parenthood. She attempts to push her appointments prior in the day. She wants to protect those minutes in the day when her child will be conscious and dynamic. She felt the kinship for mothers the second she strolled into work after maternity leave. Parenthood for her is loaded with highs and lows. It can get steady stressing and makes her appreciate how her friends and co-workers who are fellow parents can shuffle their normal everyday employment.
Sara Eisen began her career in broadcast journalism by working with Forex TV. She later shifted to Bloomberg Television and has covered several IMF meetings and the G20 meets hosted all over the world. She reports news on the morning show, Bloomberg Surveillance. She also appears on the one hour show ‘Lunch Money’ which airs in the noon. The programs touch on the advice, opinions, and news linked to economics, business, and the current financial affairs. She also serves news at Bloomberg Radio and Bloomberg.com. She also issues alerts on the devices of Bloomberg made especially for tablets and mobiles.
During her journalism career, Sara has interviewed many high profile personalities including the Federal presidents Charles Plosser and Eric Rosengren. She especially focuses on the macro-economic factor internationally and also deals with foreign exchange and markets with fixed income. She has also reported on the debt crisis in Europe and interviewed top political personalities and finance ministers from Greece to Germany. She reported on the destruction caused by the earthquake in Japan and the crisis involving Fukushima. She also reported on the Santa Columba Conference held in Siena, Italy, which is the homeland of Robert Mundell, the Nobel Prize winning economist.
Most of Eisen’s work targets macro-economics and also the foreign exchange. Additionally, she also reports on news related to financial affairs at the international level, the economical status of the United States, and the global economic situation, and business issues.
In February 2013, Sara Eisen was in the news, when she was inadvertently caught correcting her skirt, before she started her show. But she maintained her calm and without showing any signs of disturbance, she just continued on with her reporting without losing her smile. The incident did not last long in the news cycle.
As a more youthful anchor, and particularly as a lady, she said has had to triple prepare for reports, interviews, and discussions. In the event that there's a gap in her insight or history, she feels the pressure to perform. She feels she needs to battle the idea that men, particularly more established men, merit more trust than female anchors.
|Profession:||News correspondent and business reporter|
|Salary:||She has a net worth of $300 thousand|
|Net Worth 2020:||5 million|