Is Sara Eisen married? Yes, she is. Her husband’s name is Matthew Stone Levine who is best known for being a managing editor of Bloomberg Television. The couple celebrated their wedding on May 29, 2016. Their wedding was held at a Jewish traditional wedding ceremony in Brooklyn at Weylin B. Seymour.
They met in 2011 while working at Bloomberg Television together. They formed a strong relationship and finally, Eisen converted her boyfriend to husband after five years of a dating life. From their conjugal life, the pair is blessed with two children named Samuel Levine and Harrison James Levine. Their first son Samuel was born in December 2017 whereas their second son Harrison was born on October 2, 2019. Harrison was born weighing six pounds, 15 ounces on Wednesday morning. Scroll down to explore more interesting personal facts and biography of Eisen:
Who is Sara Eisen?
Born as Sara Aliza Eisen, she landed the planet on August 07,1985, which makes her age be 35 years old as of 2020. By profession, she is an American journalist and television personality widely known for co-anchoring CNBC’s shows like “Closing Bell” and “Squawk on the Street.” She joined CNBC as a correspondent in December 2013.
Early Life and Education
Eisen was born in 1985 and her place of birth is in Cincinnati, Ohio, the United States of America. Talking about her family background, she was born to the parents named Dr. Jane Eisen (mother) and Dr. Drore Eisen (father). Her mother is a retired pediatric dentist whereas her father is a dermatologist in Cincinnati also known for founding CDx Diagnostics where he serves as a medical director.
Regarding her education and academic achievements, she went to Seven Hills School which was also attended by Beyond the Break actress Tiffany Hines (born on September 2, 1985). She is also the receiver of a Master’s degree in broadcast journalism by being enrolled at the Medill School of Journalism at Northwestern University.
Career and Professional Life
Eisen started doing an intern at Bloomberg Television after completion of her degree. She began serving as the host for the radio program “On the Economy.” She landed the job of co-anchoring “Bloomberg Surveillance”. Later, she turned as the correspondent for Bloomberg Television w=during which she covered international business news and policies including the European debt crisis, Fukushima nuclear crisis in Japan and the tsunami aftermath.
In December 2013, she joined CNBC as a correspondent where she was mainly focused on the global consumer. She started working as a co-anchor for the 10 AM ET hour of CNBC’s “Squawk on the Street.” The program is broadcasted from Post 9 at the NYSE. She was also named as the co-anchor for investment/market-related show “Closing Bell” (M-F, 3 PM-5 PM ET) in December 2018. Previously, she has also worked for CNBC’s “Power Lunch” (M-F, 1 PM-3 PM ET) as its co-anchor as well as for “Worldwide Exchange” (M-F, 5 AM-6 AM ET).
Sara Eisen is married to Matthew Stone Levine who is the son of Ezra C. Levine and Laura E. Stone of Washington. The couple tied their knot in May 2016. From their relationship, they welcomed their first child Samuel in December 2017. Their second child was born in October 2019. The family of four is having perfect family time together.
American journalist Sara Eisen stands at an average height of 5 feet and 6 inches or 1.68 m. She weighs about 57 kilograms making her possess a healthy Body Mass Index (BMI) calculation as per her perfect height. Eisen has to appear on the television in a regular basis for which she is doing her best to look smart and fit. As per some online sources, her body measurement is 35-24-35 inches and her shoe size is 7.5. She must be following a healthy diet and doing her best to remain physically fit.
Salary and Net worth
CNBC’s Sara Eisen has an estimated net worth of 25 million USD. Her impressive salary from her television anchoring job is making significant growth in her net worth every year. She is active in the media industry for over a decade during which she has earned both fame and popularity. She is also noted for serving as the editor to “Currencies After the Crash” which was published in January 2013 by McGraw-Hill.
Wiki and Facts
The biography of Sara Eisen is prepared by various wiki sites including IMDb but is still missing from Wikipedia. Her Facebook page is available @saraeisencnbc. She is also active on Twitter @SaraEisen where she is being followed by more than 110k followers. Her Instagram profile is reachable @saraeisenfx where she has amassed more than 10k followers.