Sara Eisen is a TV personality from America. She is best known as a Co-host CNBC’s business program “Worldwide Exchange. At present, she is an anchor as well as a financial reporter at CNBC. In addition to this, she is also a well-known correspondent at CNBC. With few other reporting and anchoring works on TV and Radio, Sara has made her name in the industry.
She is the wife of Matthew Levine who is also one from the news industry. The couple tied the knot on May 29th, 2016, after their engagement in 2015. They have been married for three years and are still going strong. They share a beautiful family of three; husband, wife and their child.
Well, at the moment, the question is, “Is Sara Pregnant again?”
At this time, we are not sure if Sara is pregnant or not. Since she has not spoken anything about expecting a baby, we cannot tell if she is going to be MAMA for the second time or not. Maybe she is, or maybe not.
However, we have certain information about her first child. She conceived her first son, Samuel after a year of her marriage. Samuel was born in December 2017. She showed the beautiful baby to the world with her Instagram post a few days after Samuel’s birth.
In the year 2019, Sara is a 34-year-old working mom. She was born on August 7, 1985, to doctor parents. Her father Dr. Drore Eisen is a dermatologist and her mother Dr. Jane Eisen is a retired dentist. She is from Cincinnati, Ohio. Sara who follows Jewism is a Journalism graduate.
With nearly a decade in the news industry, Sara has been a part of various jobs. She has done jobs as an intern to an experienced news anchor and many more. In these years on this field, Sara’s Net Worth is around $600,000 and $700,000.
Also as a TV head for Bloomberg TV, her husband Matthew also must have a decent net worth. Besides this, there is no information about the couple’s assets.
Born from a doctor’s parents, Sara grew up to be a news personality. She did her Bachelor’s Degree from New York University. Also, she has done a Master’s in Broadcast Journalism from Northwestern University’s Medill School of Journalism.
AS for her career, she has been working in the news industry for more than a decade now. The big work in her career started from Bloomberg TV. Before joining CNBC, she was a co-anchor on “Bloomberg Surveillance”.
In the show, she had to cover news from European debts to Japan Tsunamis. She also hosted a program called “On The Economy”. It was where she met her husband Matthew who was the managing director of Bloomberg television at that time. Furthermore, at this time, he is the head of TV on Bloomberg Television.
In the year 2013, she joined CNBC. She was the correspondent on the channel and had to focus on global consumers. She has been the co-anchor of programs like “world Exchange”, “Power Lunch”, “Closing Bell”, etc. Currently, she is the co-anchor of the program, Squak on the Street. During her career, she has interviewed many business personalities.
She was nine months pregnant and was still anchoring her current show. Also, she resumed her job after a few months of her son’s delivery. This shows how much of a professional she is. As for social media, she has her personal Instagram. She also connects to the world with Twitter.