Dana Bash Bio, Age, Height, Husband, Salary, Net Worth CNN
October 19, 2021
Dana Bash Biography
Dana Bash is a chief political correspondent and journalist for CNN. She substitutes on “State of the Union” for Jake Tapper and works as a co-host of all election night specials on the CNN Election Center.
Dana Bash Age
Bash was born in New York City, New York in the United States of America on June 15, 1971. As of 2022, she is 51 years old.
Dana Bash’s Height
Bash is 5 Feet 6 inches/1.7 m tall.
Dana Bash’s Weight
Bash weighs 54 kg.
Dana Bash’s Education
Bash went to Pascack Hills High School in Montvale, New Jersey in the US, then joined George Washington University and earned a bachelor’s degree in political communications.
Dana Bash Family
Bash was born in Manhattan, New York. Her parents are Stuart Schwartz and Frances Weinman Schartz, her father worked as a News producer at ABC, and her mother worked as the senior broadcast producer for a show titled Good Morning America, an author, and educator in Jewish studies. More information on her family will be updated soon. Her family was a reformed Jewish family.
Dana Bash Husband
In 1998, Bash tied the knot with her first husband Jeremy Bash, he worked as the CIA Chief of Staff and Department of Defense Chief of Staff under former US President Barack Obama. Sadly they divorced in 2007.
In 2008, Bash walked down the aisle a second time with her second husband John King. John is her fellow CNN correspondent. In June 2011, Bash got blessed with a baby boy called Jonah. The couple divorced in 2012.
Dana Bash’s children
In June 2011, Bash got a son called Jonah. As of 2021 the boy may be 10 years old. More information about this will be updated soon.
Dana Bash Salary
Bash receives an annual salary that ranges between $45,500 – $110,500 annually. This is according to CNN news salaries to reporters.
Dana Bash’s Net Worth
Bash estimated net worth is $6 million.
Dana Bash Career
Dana Bash is a chief political correspondent and journalist for CNN. She substitutes on “State of the Union” for Jake Tapper and works as a co-host of all election night specials on the CNN Election Center. More to that, Bash produced several weekend shows on the channel, such as“Inside Politics” ‘ Evans & Novak, and “Late Edition”.
Bash went to Pascack Hills High School in Montvale, New Jersey in the US, then joined George Washington University and earned a bachelor’s degree in political communications. While at college, she worked as an intern at NBC, CNN, and CBS. From Franklin Pierce University in Rindge, New Hampshire, Bash received an Honorary Doctorate of Humane Letters that was on May 12, 2018.
She started working as a weekend program producer for Evans & Novak, Inside Politics, and Late Edition at CNN after her graduation from college. After working at for some months she began producing programs that cover the United States Senate. In Washington, D.C. she began working as the lead political correspondent of CNN, More to that she appears as the lead news reporter for CNN.
In 2017, She launched a CNN series titled Badass Women of Washington. She is focused on showcasing the journey of girls on their way up the ranks from different backgrounds.