Laura Barrón-López Bio, Age, Education, Family, Husband, Kids, CNN, Salary, Net Worth

Laura Barrón-López

Laura Barrón-López Biogrphy

Laura Barrón-López is a Mexican-American correspondent for the White House and a national political reporter working at Politico. She’s also a political analyst at CNN.

Laura Barrón-López Age

Barrón-López was born on 8th February , 1995, and she’s 27 years old as of 2022.

Laura Barrón-López Height

Luara stands at 5 feet 6 inches tall.

Laura Barrón-López Education

Barrón-López attended California State University, Fullerton and graduated in 2013 with a bachelor’s in political science.

Barrón-López launched her career after completing her studies. First, she was a news director and then a news editor for the Daily Titan, CSU Fullerton. She went on to become an account executive for advertising for Daily Titan.

Laura Barrón-López Nationality

Laura is an American Nationality.

Laura Barrón-López Family

Her father is Roberto Lopez whereas her mother relocated to California as a Mexican immigrant. As a result, Barrón-López is a prime supporter of immigrant rights. The family lives together in Washington DC. Barrón-López is a native of Mexico.

Laura Barrón-López Parents

Laura was born to her Father, Roberto Lopez and her mother’s name is not known, they came to California as Mexican Migrants.

Laura Barrón-López Siblings

Luara lives a low profile life, due to that, she has not disclosed her siblings’ names.

Laura Barrón-López Husband

Laura is quite secretive when it comes to her personal life because of that there’s not a whole of information regarding her husband.

Laura Barrón-López Children

Luara keeps her private life away from the media, as a result, is not known if she has children or not.

Laura Barrón-López PBS NewsHour

Laura is White House Correspondent for PBS NewsHour since 13th June, 2013. She will cover Biden administration for the program, produced by WETA. She succeeds Yamiche Alcindor, who was previously NewsHour’s White House correspondent but left in March for NBC News to become its Washington correspondent. Yamiche will continue to serve as the moderator of PBS and WETA’s Washington Week.

Laura Barrón-López Career

Barrón-López started her career at Politico as a national political reporter before taking up the role of white house correspondent in the wake of 2021. Barrón-López worked for HuffPost and spent two and a half years covering the congress. She specialized on coal miner pensions, criminal justice reform and battles over fast-track authorization and many other topics in the Senate.

During her tenure, she worked for the Washington Examiner and led the 2018 democrats coverage. While there, she covered the DNC’s strategies to change the strength of superdelegates and toured to competitive districts that boosted democrats to join the house majority.

Before that, from October 2013 to March 2015 she was at The Hill as a reporter for both energy and environment policy. To sum up, Barrón-López’s work has been published in different newspapers and organizations such as Roll Call, E&E Publishing, OC Register and Oregonian.

She started her journalism career as a features intern at Roll Call. Barrón-López covered the Senate and the U.S. House of Representatives as well as political galas for the features part. She also participated in numerous investigative pieces delving into presidential candidates’ FEC reports. In addition, she wrote a well-explained piece about the LGBT community working on Capitol Hill that was chosen by The Huffington Post.

In early 2012, she labored as a politics/investigations reporter for The Orange County Register, where she covered local court cases, California’s public utility commission, utilities and solar. Afterward, she interned as a reporter at The Oregonian (a daily newspaper based in Portland, Oregon). While working for the newspaper her assignments were numerous national and state political events in and within Portland, Oregon, the attorney general race and the Oregon Legislature.

Laura Barrón-López White House

Laura Barrón-López was named by PBS NewsHour senior executive producer Sara, on Arlington, VA (June 2, 2022) as the new White House Correspondent where she will cover the Biden administration for the nightly news broadcast. She will remain a CNN political analyst, a position she’s held since 2019. Barrón-López’s start date will be June 13th, 2022.

Laura Barrón-López Ethnicity

Barron-Lopez is a Mexican-American.

Laura Barrón-López CNN

Barrón-López has been a political analyst of CNN since joining in July 2019. Additionally, she posted a photo on her Instagram account saying “I’m now a CNN political analyst! (In addition to my national reporting job at Politico.).”


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Laura Barrón-López Salary

Barrón-López earns an approximated salary of $10,000 – $100,000.

Laura Barrón-López Net Worth

Her estimated net worth ranges from $1 million – $5 million.

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