Sara Sidner Bio, Age, Husband, Hair, Education, CNN, and Twitter.

Sara Sidner

Sara Sidner Biography

Sara Sidner is an American journalist known for working with CNN network, in Los Angeles, as an award-winning senior national and international correspondent. She anchors the daily show at 9:00a.m  at CNN+, “Big Picture with Sara Sidney”.She graduated from Florida University with a degree in journalism.

Sara Sidner Age

Sara is an American who was born on 31st May 1972 in Miami Lakes, Florida in the United States of America.

Sara Sidner Height

She stands at an estimated height of 5 feet,6 inches tall.

Sara Sidner Parents

Sara was born and raised by his parents in Florida, United States of America.

Sara Sidner Husband

Sara is a married woman, however, she has kept her marriage information private, however, it shall be updated as soon as it is disclosed.

Sara Sidner Hair

Sara has had many questions from her fans concerning her hair whether natural or a wig. The questions arose due to the fact that she used to have haircuts on the previous days. She went ahead and answered on Twitter, “I love wigs but don’t wear one. That is my natural hair just in a humid place.”

Sara Sidner Education

Sidney studied at Hialeah-Miami Lakes Senior High School and later joined the University of Florida, where she graduated with a degree in journalism.

Sara Sidner Career

Sara began her career as a journalist at WUFT-TV in Gainesville, Florida. She then went on to work for KFVS-TV in Cape Girardeau, Missouri, WINK-TV in Fort Myers, Florida, and KDFW-TV in Dallas, Texas—in that order.

She then joined CNN where she worked as a producer for CNN on the show “CNN Breaking News: Revolution in Egypt – President Mubarak Steps Down (2011)”.She also produced CNN shows such as “CNN Breaking News: Libyan Revolution – Rebels Enter Tripoli and Gaddafi Compound (2011)” and “Women on War.”

Sara Sidner CNN

Sara currently works at CNN network, in Los Angeles, as an award-winning senior national and international correspondent. She anchors the daily show at 9:00a.m  at CNN+, “Big Picture with Sara Sidney”.This was after blog posts in Jerusalem, Abu Dhabi, and New Delhi, India, Sidner relocated to Los Angeles in 2014. She recently led the network’s coverage of the demonstrations in Minneapolis following the death of George Floyd and the trial of Derek Chauvin.

She also covered the Ferguson, Missouri, protests after an unarmed black teenager was shot and killed by a white police officer. She stayed for weeks while a grand jury deliberated and ultimately decided not to charge the officer. Their decision sparked two nights of rioting in Ferguson, but it also sparked nationwide protests and a national conversation about race and policing in America, as well as the formation of a state commission and a Presidential task force on policing.

She was part of the team that won a Peabody award for CNN’s coverage of the Arab Spring in the Middle East. Her reporting in Libya during the fall of Tripoli in the midst of rebel fighters has been acknowledged all over the world. Sidner received the Achievement of the Year Award from SKY WFTV Women in Film & Television in the United Kingdom in 2011 for her coverage of the Libyan war. Sara successfully led South Asian coverage from the New Delhi bureau while in India.

On November 26, 2008, terrorists attacked several locations in Mumbai, including the famed Taj Mahal Palace and Tower Hotel, resulting in one of her first major international stories. She has so far collected two Asian Television Awards and two Alliance for Women in Media Gracie Awards.

Prior to CNN, she worked as an anchor and reporter for local television news stations in San Francisco, Dallas, Florida, and Missouri, where she won several awards, including a regional Emmy, an Edward R. Murrow Award, and several Telly Awards.

Sara Sidner Salary, Networth

Sara has an estimated net worth of $1.5m to $2.5m. Her salary is estimated to be around $0.15m.

Sara Sidner Social Media




Linkedin:@sara sidner

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