Clarissa Ward Bio, Age, Height, Husband, Salary, Net Worth, CNN
December 7, 2021
Clarissa Ward Biography
Clarissa Ward is a British-American television journalist currently serving as a chief international correspondent for CNN. She previously worked for CBS News based in London. Her Career began in 2002 as an intern at CNN’s Moscow bureau. Moreover, she has worked in Baghdad, Beijing, Beirut, Moscow, New York, and London.
Clarissa Ward Age
Ward was brought to light on January 30, 1980, in New York City. She also celebrates her birthday on January 30th every year. She is 42 years old.
Clarissa Ward Height
Ward has not disclosed her exact height and weight however it will be updated.
Clarissa Ward Family
She has not disclosed details about her parent however, she has also not revealed if she has a sibling.
Clarissa Ward Husband
Ward is the wife to Philipp Von Bernstorff. The two got married in 2016 at London’s Chelsea Old Town Hall. The two are blessed with one kid together.
Clarissa Ward Children
Ward is blessed with one kid called Ezra Albercht Nikolas Nour.
Clarissa Ward Education
She graduated with distinction from Yale University. She also speaks fluently and Italian.
Clarissa Ward Salary
She receives an annual salary of $ 99,675 per year.
Clarissa Ward’s Net Worth
She has an estimated net worth of between $ 1 Million – $ 5 Million.
Clarissa Ward Career
She has covered stories in the world from Syria, Iraq, Afghanistan, and Yemen to Ukraine to Georgia, during the Russian incursion in 2008 — and Iran. She was also named as the 2019 porter/Correspondent of the Year by the Gracies, she is the author of ‘On All Fronts: The Education of a Journalist’ (Penguin Press).
At CNN, She is also the host of the limited series podcast from CNN Audio, Tug of War. In addition, she has also contributed to CNN’s breaking news coverage of the Covid-19 pandemic, the crisis between the US and Iran in early 2020, tracking the story and reports from the US, Iraq, such as the site of an Iranian missile attack and also, that of Ukraine with every major development.
She has also won multiple awards for her reporting: Two George Foster Peabody Awards; two Alfred I. DuPont-Columbia Awards; nine Emmy Awards; two Edward R. Awards for good journalism; honors from the Radio and Television Correspondents’ Association; and the 2017 David Kaplan Award from the Overseas Press Club.
She joined CNN News in 2015. While working for CBS News, where she served as a foreign correspondent for four years and contributed regularly to ’60 Minutes.’ Before working for CBS News, she also spent two years in Moscow and two years in Beijing for ABC News. She also covered the 2011 earthquake and tsunami in Japan and the 2008 global food crisis, where her coverage received an Emmy Award for Business and Financial Reporting.