Anna Werner is a famous American journalist currently serving at CBS News as a National Consumer and Investigative Correspondent. Her reporting is also featured across all CBS News broadcasts and platforms, such as the “CBS Sunday Morning,” “CBS Evening News,” and “48 Hours” and CBSN, CBS News’ 24/7 live streaming service.
Earlier, she distinguished herself as a nationally recognized investigative reporter at CBS stations in Indianapolis, Houston, and San Francisco. While at KHOU-TV, she initiated the national investigation of defective Firestone tires on Ford Explorers, reporting a story that resulted in the biggest worldwide tire recall in history.
Anna Werner Age
Anna Werner was born in Chicago in the United States. She is around 48 years old.
Anna Werner Height
Anna stands at a moderate height of 5 ft 5 in (Approx 1.65 m).
Anna Werner Family
Anna was born and grew up in Chicago with her caring and loving parents. She owns an American nationality. As of now, she has not mentioned any details about either her parents or if she has siblings.
Anna Werner Husband
She lives in New York. She likes to keep her personal life personal thus she has not mentioned any details about if Anna is single, dating, or married. Once the details regarding her relationship status are available we shall update you.
Anna Werner Education
After finishing her primary and high school education, she attended Northern Illinois University. Afterward, she graduated gaining a degree in broadcast journalism from Northern Illinois University.
Anna Werner Salary
She receives an annual salary of $ 61,511 and this is according to CBS News anchors’\reporters’ salaries.
Anna Werner’s Net Worth
Werner has an estimated net worth of $1 Million – $5 Million US dollars. Her career as a Correspondent at CBS News is her primary source of income.
Anna Werner Career
Anna has reported on a host of investigative stories with subjects such as phone scammers; high medical costs; insulin pricing; lead in drinking water, breast implant cancer risks; fraudulent generic drugs, harmful beauty products; financial scams of the elderly as well as grave robbing of native artifacts.
She has also dug into medical record hacking; sperm donor anonymity; heavy metals in fruit juices; Instagram scams; child sex abuse; illegal dietary supplements dangerous plastic surgery in Mexico; the risks of crowdfunding; minors’ addiction to JUUL e-cigarettes; the hacking of medical devices; glyphosate in breakfast foods.
While at CBS News, her stories have gained widespread acclaim. Her award-winning reports have included a report on a district attorney gunned down in Kaufman County, Texas, which led to a Murrow-winning broadcast of the “CBS Evening News.” and a story on electric shock devices used on students at a Massachusetts special needs school won a New York Newswomen’s Front Page Award for Best Television Feature.
Her coverage has won several other awards, such as three Society of Professional Journalists awards, three Investigative Reporters and Editors awards, a National Headliner award, and a Scripps-Howard Roy W. Howard Award for Public Service, a George R. Polk award, and two Scripps-Howard Jack R. Howard Excellence in Media awards.
Anna was named the Chris Harris Reporter of the Year in 2010 and the Journalist of the Year by the Consumer Federation of California in 2010 and the Associated Press Radio and Television Association in 2008. She again has won 33 Emmy awards, including awards for best reporter in 2000 and 2001 and again in 2008 and 2009.
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