Savannah Sellers is a famous American journalist currently serving at MSNBC and NBC News as a correspondent. She as well works on both Instagram and Snapchat as a co-host of NBC’s twice-daily news show called Stay Tuned. Savannah also works for Universal Kids, as the host of NBC News the only daily TV news program meant especially for children.
Savannah Sellers Age
Savannah Sellers was born in San Diego, California, in the United States on November 22, 1992, she is 30 years of age.
Savannah Sellers Height
Sellers stand at an average height of 5 ft 7 in (Approx 1.7 m).
Savannah Sellers Family
She was born and raised by her supportive and supportive parents named Patricia Sellers and Ron Sellers in San Diego, California. She has a sibling sister called Rilee whom they were brought up together with.
Savannah Sellers Husband
She is cheerfully engaged to her handsome boyfriend named Alex Yaraghi who is an investment analyst at Cohen and Steers Capital Management and is 33 years old. On June 21st, 2021 is when the pair became engaged.
Savannah Sellers Education
Savannah joined the University of Colorado at Boulder’s School of Mass Communication and Journalism where she graduated with a bachelor’s degree in International Media and Broadcast News.
Savannah Sellers Salary
She receives an annual average salary of $74,837 and this is according to MSNBC and NBC News correspondents’ salaries.
Savannah Seller’s Net Worth
Savannah has an estimated net worth of between $ 1 million – $5 million US dollars and her career as a correspondent at MSNBC and NBC News is the primary source of her income.
Savannah Sellers Career
Savannah currently serves at MSNBC and NBC News as a correspondent. She as well works on both Instagram and Snapchat as a co-host of NBC’s twice-daily news show called Stay Tuned. Savannah also works for Universal Kids, as the host of NBC News the only daily TV news program meant especially for children.
She is the recipient of a News & Documentary Emmy due to her service on the NBC Nightly News series as a producer of “Hooked called America’s Heroin Epidemic.”
Her journalism career began with the NBCUniversal Page Program in New York. Before that, she worked at NBC Nightly News. She also served for MSNBC as the executive assistant to the president. In the Global Citizen Festival, she serves as the co-host. Closely she works with Red Nose Day, and with charity organizations as part of NBCUniversal’s partnerships. As well Savannah serves as a co-host of the Gates Foundation’s called Goalkeepers conference.