Martha Teichner Biography
Martha Teichner is an illustrious American journalist presently working correspondent for CBS News Sunday Morning since December 1993. There, Martha is equally adept at reporting on major breaking national and international breaking news stories. She handles in-depth arts and cultural topics.
She has covered some of the largest national and international stories including the run-up to the Iraq War, the death of Princess Diana, the September 11 terrorist attacks, and the life and death of Nelson Mandela.
Martha Teichner Age
Martha Teichner was born on 12th January 1948, in Traverse City Michigan, United States of America. She is 74 years old.
Martha Teichner Height
Martha is a woman of medium stature and stands at a height of 5 feet 4 inches (Approx 1.6m).
Martha Teichner Family
Martha Teichner was born to he parents Miriam Teichner (Mother) and Hans Teichner (Father) on January 12, 1948, in Traverse City Michigan, United States of America.
Martha Teichner Husband
As of now, Martha lives a single life in New York City. There had never been a record of her previous or current relationship status.
Martha Teichner Education
She enrolled at Wellesley College and graduated with a bachelor’s degree in economics. Later, Martha attended the Graduate School of Business Administration at the University of Chicago.
Martha Teichner Salary
She receives a decent salary of $68,295 per year. This is according to CBS News correspondents’ salaries.
Martha Teichner Net Worth
Martha Teichner has piled up a decent wealth over the years of her work and has an estimated net worth ranging between $1 million – $5 million.
Martha Teichner Career
Martha has been working for “CBS Sunday Morning” as a correspondent since December of 1993. She has won numerous national awards for her original reporting. Martha holds five James Beard Foundation Awards and 12 Emmy Awards. Also, she took part in the team that reported on the Newtown, Conn., elementary school shooting and the team received CBS News a 2014 duPont-Columbia Award.
She was inducted into the Women’s Hall of Fame by Michigan Women Forward in 2020. In 2018, she was also honored with a Lifetime Achievement Award from the Newswomen’s Club of New York. She has covered some of the largest national and international stories including the run-up to the Iraq War, the death of Princess Diana, the September 11 terrorist attacks, as well as the life and death of Nelson Mandela. As a New York stationed, she spent more than 12 years working as a foreign correspondent.