Dianne Gallagher Bio, Age, Height, Husband, Salary, Net worth, CCN
October 20, 2021
Dianne Gallagher Bio
Dianne Gallagher is a journalist for National Correspondent based in Atlanta working for CCN. In 2015, Dianne joined the TV network and current reports all over the country on the vulnerabilities in elections systems.
She worked in Washington D.C as a National Security Correspondent before moving to Atlanta. Gallagher worked at NC where she served as a morning anchor, and a lead reporter WCNC in Charlotte, before joining CCN. She joined the University of Tennessee and the University of North Carolina Charlotte and graduated from both schools.
Dianne Gallagher Age
Dianne was born on April 12 1976 in Atlanta. She is 45 years old as of 2021.
Dianne Gallagher Height
She is 5 feet 10 / 1.8 m tall.
Dianne Gallagher Education
She joined the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, and University of North Carolina Charlotte and graduated with degrees. Gallagher was a Delta Zeta Sorority member and was also a volleyball player.
Dianne Gallagher Father
Gallagher was born by her caring parents, Sandra M. Gallagher and Keith Gallagher. Dianne’s father is a former United States General of Amy. Though, she has not revealed out any information regarding her sibling this information is under review and will be updated soon.
Dianne Gallagher Husband
Dianne is married to her lovely husband, Alan Cavanna. On March 25, 2017, the duo tied the knot. In 2012, The couple first met while working in a local station in Charlotte, North Carolina.
Dianne Gallagher Salary
Gallagher receives an annual salary of $100,000.This is according to CCN anchors/reporter salaries.
Dianne Gallagher Net Worth
Dianne earns an annual estimated net worth of $100k U.S dollars.
Dianne Gallagher Career
She works as a National Correspondent based in Atlanta at CCN. In November 2015 Dianne joined the station for the first assignment where she was covering the Paris attacks. She reported on the Pulse nightclub shooting, where 49 people were murdered in 2016 covering the Paris attacks. Gallagher spent a week following five officers who were shot and murdered at a protest there from Dallas, Texas.
Dianne currently reports on elections systems all over the country the vulnerabilities as CNN’s National Correspondent. At the U.S-Mexico border, Gallagher was one of the few reporters to government confinement facilities to acquire access held after they were separated in 2018. She spent weeks helping the families rout out their loved ones.