Boris Sanchez Bio, Age, Height, Wife, Salary and Net Worth CNN

Boris Sanchez
Boris Sanchez

Boris Sanchez Biography 

Boris Sanchez covers Donald Trump and his administration as the White House correspondent for CNN he joined the team in 2015. In 2017, He moved to Washington, D.C, and has reported on major policy decisions, key staff departure, and visits by world leaders.  He worked as an anchor for the 10 p.m newscast at FOX 31 Denver before joining CNN and has since 2012 contributed to coverage all over the stations’ programs.

Boris Sanchez Age

Sanchez was born in Havana, Cuba, United States on November 15, 1985. As of 2021, she is 36 years old.

Boris Sanchez Height

Sanchez is 6 feet/ 1.8 m tall.

Boris Sanchez Education

In 2004, Sanchez went to Miami Dade College and graduated in 2006 with a degree in A. A Journalism, He then earned a bachelor’s degree in Broadcast Journalism and International Relations in Syracuse, New York from Syracuse University, in 2009.

Boris Sanchez Family

Clear information about Sanchez’s family is not known but will be updated soon as available.

Boris Sanchez Wife

Sanchez is a married man to his wife Jeniffer Piekut. The two got married in Truckee, California on September 17, 2016. But he hasn’t let out any more information on his marriage life, as soon as information is available we`ll update it.

Boris Sanchez Children

Sanchez is a private person and hasn’t let out any information on whether he has kids or not, research is ongoing and will be updated soon.

Boris Sanchez Salary

Sanchez receives an annual salary of  $70,000.This is according to CNN salaries to anchors.

Boris Sanchez Net Worth

Sanchez estimated net worth is around $2 Million.

Boris Sanchez Career

Boris Sanchez covers Donald Trump and his administration as the White House correspondent for CNN he joined the team in 2015. In 2017, He moved to Washington, D.C, and has reported on major policy decisions, key staff departure, and visits by world leaders. He worked as an anchor for the 10 p.m newscast at FOX 31 Denver before joining CNN and has since 2012 contributed to coverage all over the stations’ programs. . He has covered various breaking news events like in 2016 the Orlando Pulse Nightclub massacre also in 2017 he was among the first reporters on the scene at the Fort Lauderdale Airport shooting.

He won an Emmy R. Murrow Award for the breaking news coverage throughout violent unrest and riots after the shooting of an African-American man by police in Charlotte, North Carolina in 2016, the same year he covered various historic natural disasters such as Hurricane Matthew in northern Florida, tragic flooding in Louisiana and wrecking earthquake in Ecuador.

In 2013,  He anchored the breaking news coverage of the historic floods that caused devastation in Arapahoe High School, and the Black Forest Fire. Furthermore, Sanchez covered different news like the implementation of Amendment 64 which helped in legalizing the recreational use of marijuana in Colorado, In 2015 he won the Heartland Emmy Award after his work climaxed.

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