|Date of Birth||? in 19.. unknown|
|Net Worth(s)||$300 thousand|
|Name on Birth||Sarah Eisen|
|Height||5' ft 6" inch|
|Hair Color||White, Gray|
Sara Eisen is a correspondent for Bloomberg Television and contributor to "Bloomberg Surveillance," Bloomberg's morning program that begins the day's conversation on business, economics, finance and investment, as well as "Lunch Money," the network's noon-hour program covering top news in equities, currencies, bonds, and commodities. She recently joined a new channel, CNBC. She started her career at CNBC starting 18 December.
Even Wikipedia is unable to publish her details as of now and her birth date is not mentioned anywhere.
Sara Eisen graduated from the Medill School of Journalism at Northwestern University with a degree in Broadcast Journalism and Business.
Boyfriend and affair
She dated her classmate in college for a few months and then broke up with him to pursue her career in journalism.
Career and struggle
After graduation, she went on to work for ForexTV. She then began working for Bloomberg Television, and has since covered multiple G20 and IMF meetings around the globe. She has also interviewed a number of Federal presidents, including Eric Rosengren and Charles Plosser. The majority of her work is focused on news related to macroeconomics and foreign exchange, and she has covered the European debt crisis extensively. She is currently a correspondent for the morning show, "Bloomberg Surveillance", and regularly appears on "Lunch Money" an hour-long program that airs at noon. The programs are dedicated to news, advice, and opinions related to business, economics, and world financial affairs. She can also be heard on Bloomberg Radio and Bloomberg.com.
She notified the public about joining CNBC in November 2013 via her twitter page. She has chosen to pursue her career in anchoring in CNBC. Her tenure at CNBC started on 18 December 2013.
Husband, Marriage and Divorce
She married with a very few number of relatives present in the ceremony and tried to keep her marriage secret from the media. She was married to her long time boy friend who is revealed to be poet by profession.The couple has two sons and sources say they are happily married. Currently, she is residing in the New York City with her family
Hot, legs, feet and pictures
She is young and hot. Lots of hot pictures of her can be found in the internet. We can also find a video footage of her where she is comforting herself in her office by adjusting her undergarments. She was caught live on camera with her up-folded skirt in studio, her wardrobe malfunctioning sight made her hot news for over a week on all news and entertainment channels. Although she was nervous after such a discomforting telecast, she engrossed her show with unfading professional smile and had elegantly composed herself despite being stunned and upset. Furthermore, she grabbed attention and became popular after the video went viral.
Despite of her up-folded skirt issue, she still has huge number of fans, followers and well wishers. The way she displayed commendable professionalism shows her to be best news reporter who is ever ready for whatever come on their way.
Height, weight and age
She has a nice height of five feet and six inches. She also has maintained a good height-weight balance.
She has a nice body shape and figure. She looks hot and gorgeous even after two child births. She maintained her figure well in the years.
She is an American citizen. She is from white ethnicity.
Net Worth, Salary and income
Sara Eisen is an American news correspondent and contributor who has a net worth of $300 thousand.
Award and Achievement
She is very popular in the internet and social networking sites, specially twitter. She has a great fan base and her hotness and beauty attracts a lot of people.
She is also accepted as inspiration and motivation by many youths and women.
Job and future
She has been doing her job excellently while she was in Bloomberg. She has just joined CNBC channel. She has a lot of experience of appearing in TV from before. So we can assume that she will do well for CNBC. She certainly has a bright future in TV journalism.