Jim Sciutto Bio, Age, Height, Wife, Salary, Net Worth CNN

Jim Sciutto
Jim Sciutto

Jim Sciutto Biography

Jim Sciutto is a journalist working as chief national security correspondent for CNN. He reports and provides analysis all over the platforms on all aspects of U.S national security and the network’s programs. Before joining CNN, he worked in London as a senior foreign correspondent for ABC News then he moved to Washington.

Jim Sciutto Age

Jim was born in the United States on May 10, 1970. As of 2021 51 years old.

Jim Sciutto Height

Jim is 6 feet 1 inch/ 1.9 m tall.

Jim Sciutto Education

Jim schooled at St. Ignatius Loyola Elementary School and finished high school in Manhattan at  Regis High School, He then earned his bachelor’s degree in Chinese history from Yale University.

Jim Sciutto Family

Jim has not linked out any information regarding his family and siblings, this information will be updated as soon as available.

Jim Sciutto Wife

Jim is a married man to Gloria Riviera’s who works as a correspondent for ABC News. The two got married in 2006, they have three kids two sons, and a daughter.

Jim Sciutto Children

The two have three kids two sons and a daughter; the boys are named Tristan and Caden, and, the girl, Sinclair who was born in July 2015. More information will be updated soon concerning his kids.

Jim Sciutto Salary

Jim annually earns a salary of around $80,000.This is according to CNN salaries to reporters.

Jim Sciutto Net Worth

Jim’s net worth is around $2 MIllion.

Jim Sciutto Career

Jim works as chief national security correspondent for CNN. He reports and brings out analysis on different platforms on all aspects of U.S national security including foreign policy, the military, and the intelligence community, and the network’s programs. He went to Ukraine to cover the country’s violent election. Jim has two times sat down with Iranian Foreign Ministers Mohammad Javad Zarif for interviewing, including getting Iran’s first response to President Barack Obama’s 2014 State of the Union comments.

Previously he worked in London based as a senior foreign correspondent for ABC News and then moved to Washington. Jim has reported from and traveled to more than 50 countries as a senior foreign correspondent places such as Africa, the Middle East, Europe, Latin America, and Asia. His reporting includes a handful of assignments from inside Afghanistan, Iraq, and Iran.

His work in Iran throughout the 2009 election protest, earned him an Edward R. Murrow award, his reporting underground reporting from Myanmar earned him a George Polk Award as well as a citation for Excellence from the Overseas Press Club. Furthermore, he has been recognized with an Emmy Award for his reporting for the series known as “Iraq: Where Things Stand” for two consecutive years. Before joining  ABC News, he worked as the Hong Kong-based correspondent for Asia Bussiness News. His career started on PBS as a moderator and producer of a weekly public affairs talk show.

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