Erin Burnett Biography and Wiki
Erin Burnett is a media personality serving as the anchor of CNN’s Erin Burnett OutFront. She is also the anchor of Erin Burnett OutFront International, a weekly show on CNN International. Additionally, she serves as CNN’s chief business and economic correspondent.
Erin Burnett Age
She was born on July 2, 1976 in Mardela Springs, Maryland, United States. She is 45 years old as at 2021.
Erin Burnett Height and Weight
She is 5 feet and 6 inches tall and weighs 62kgs.
Erin Burnett Nationality
Burnett is an American citizen. She is also of Irish and Scottish ancestry.
Erin Burnett Education Background
Burnett studied at The Salisbury School, a private, independent elementary and middle school in Salisbury, MD. She also attended St. Andrew’s School, a private co-educational college preparatory boarding school in Middletown, Delaware and graduated in 1994.
Additionally, she studied Political Science and Economics at Williams College in Williamstown, Massachusetts before graduating with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Economy. While at the University she also participated in hockey and lacrosse.
In 2009, she delivered a commencement speech at St. Andrew’s School.
Erin Burnett Parents and Siblings
Born and raised in Mardela Springs, Maryland, Erin is the daughter of Kenneth King Burnett, a corporate attorney and a partner at Webb, Burnett and Esther Margaret (née Stewart).
She was raised alongside her two sisters, Mara and Laurie and she is the youngest.
Erin Burnett Husband and Kids
Burnett is married to David Rubulotta, Managing Director of Leveraged Credit at Citigroup. Previously, he was a trader for Lehman Brothers. The couple tied the knot on December 21, 2012.
Erin and David met on a blind date in 2003. In September 2011 they got engaged.
The couple have three children, a son, Nyle Thomas born on November 29, 2013, a daughter, Colby Isabelle born on July 18, 2015 and another son, Owen Thomas born on August 20, 2018. They live in New York.
Erin Burnett CNN
Burnett is anchor of Erin Burnett OutFront, a dynamic nightly news program that provides in-depth analysis, compelling newsmaker interviews, and lively debates on the day’s top issues. The program airs every night on CNN at 7pm ET. She also anchors a weekly show, Erin Burnett OutFront International on CNN International and serves as the network’s Chief Business and Economic Correspondent.
In 2020, she was a moderator of CNN’s 2020 Democratic Presidential Primary Debate in Ohio. She also moderated Town Halls with candidates, including former Vice President Joe Biden and Senator Kamala Harris.
Burnett anchored the documentary “The Trump Family Business” which explored President Trump’s ongoing business ties. On the centennial anniversary of the 19th amendment, she also hosted the documentary “Women Represented: The 100 Year Battle for Equality” which tackled the complex history of the suffrage movement.
Erin has been at the forefront of reporting on the novel coronavirus pandemic. She has also covered countless breaking stories on location – from the Paris and Brussels terror attacks to the Las Vegas and Orlando mass shootings to Hurricane Sandy. During her tenure at CNN, Burnett has reported from around the world, including Iran, Afghanistan, Cuba and across Africa and Asia. Her investigative report on terror funding identified a Qatari financier whom the U.S. Treasury Department subsequently designated a global terrorist. Burnett’s national security coverage also includes a one-hour documentary “The Truth About Benghazi.”
She joined CNN in 2011 from CNBC.
Erin Burnett CNBC
In 2005, Burnett joined CNBC. She was the host of CNBC’s Street Signs and co-anchor of Squawk on the Street with Mark Haines. She also contributed to Meet the Press.
Additionally, Burnett broadcasted from Cairo during the Egyptian revolution and from Nigeria after the attempted terror bombing of a Detroit-bound jet. She also produced and anchored documentaries on India, Russia, Iraq, Dubai and Africa.
Prior to joining CNBC, Burnett served as a stocks editor and anchor at Bloomberg Television. Previously, she was the vice president for Citigroup.
Burnett began her career as a financial analyst at Goldman Sachs. In that role, she was offered a position at CNN as a writer and booker for Moneyline, a program with Stuart Varney, Willow Bay, and Lou Dobbs.
Erin Burnett Awards
She received The News And Documentary Award for an exclusive live coverage titled “Long Form.”
Erin Burnett Salary and Networth
She earns an average salary of $6 million per year. She also has an estimated net worth of $20 million.
Erin Burnett Social Media Accounts
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