Natasha Chen is an American news correspondent currently working for CNN News based in the network’s Los Angeles bureau. She also airs weekends, covering COVID-19 headlines, as well as experiences of businesses, tenants and landlords, immigrants, and schools during the pandemic.
Natasha Chen Age
Chen was born in San Francisco Bay Area, however, has not shared details about her exact age, and birthday information about his age will be updated soon.
Natasha Chen Height
Chen stands at a height of 5 feet 6 inches tall.
Natasha Chen Family
She was raised and born in San Francisco Bay Area. She has a brother called Nick Chen a software entrepreneur. She has also not revealed her parent’s identities however it will be updated as soon as there is information.
Natasha Chen Husband
Chen has not disclosed about her husband and her personal love life, however, it will be updated. She also posted photos on social media with a guy holding a baby while sitting beside her but it has not been confirmed.
Natasha Chen Kids
She has not revealed if she has kids hence it will be updated.
Natasha Chen Education
She graduated Phi Beta Kappa from Stanford University with a degree in psychology and received an M.A in broadcast journalism from the University of Southern California.
Natasha Chen Salary
Chen receives an annual salary of $ 144167 per year according to CNN News anchors and reporters’ salaries.
Natasha Chen Net Worth
Chen has an estimated net worth of $ 1 Million.
Natasha Chen CNN
Chen is an American news correspondent currently working for CNN News based in the network’s Los Angeles bureau. She also airs weekends, covering COVID-19 headlines, as well as experiences of businesses, tenants and landlords, immigrants, and schools during the pandemic.
In addition, she has also covered nationwide Black Lives Matter protests, including the Atlanta response to the killing of Rayshard Brooks. In 2019, she spent time at the U.S.-Mexico border, covering families being separated by the Trump administration’s zero-tolerance policy.
She was also a correspondent for CNN Newsource, reporting for about 1,000 global affiliates on developments in Congress, mass shootings, hurricanes, and wildfires. She also created original content for affiliates, about the cross-section of technology and public safety, and the perspective of a North Korean refugee on the eve of President Trump’s first visit with Kim Jong-Un.
She started her career as a reporter and weekend anchor for KXXV in Killeen, Texas covering breaking news, such as the 2009 mass shooting in Fort Hood. She then moved to WREG in Memphis and later KIRO 7 News in Seattle, covering education, income inequality, and housing affordability.