Sonam Sheth is a famous American journalist currently serving in New York at Business Insider as a political correspondent since October 2019. In March 2017 she came to Business Insider where she was first employed to serve as a politics reporter and after that was promoted to serve as a senior reporter.
Previously, she served in Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey at CNBC for a period of six months as an intern. Before that, she served at Citizen Action of New York as a Research and Policy Intern.
Sonam Sheth Age
Sonam Sheth was born in the United States, she is around 34 years of age from her looks though she has not revealed her year and date of birth.
Sonam Sheth Height
Sheth stands at a moderate height of 5 ft 6 in ( Approx1.65 m).
Sonam Sheth Family
Sonam was born and raised by her supportive and protective parents in the United States. She prefers a private life where she has not disclosed any information concerning his parents and siblings hence their professions and presence are not known.
Sonam Sheth Husband
Despite being a popular journalist she keeps a low profile when it comes to her marital status hence it is not known if she is divorced, has any kids, single, married, or dating.
Sonam Sheth Salary
Sonam receives an annual average salary of $74,821 and this is according to Business Insider political correspondents’ salary.
Sonam Sheth’s Net Worth
She has an estimated net worth of $1 million US dollars and her career as a political correspondent at Business Insider is the primary source of her income.
Sonam Sheth Career
She serves as a political correspondent who reports on law enforcement, the 2020 election, and national security. She has interviewed John Bolton the forenamed national security adviser, John Brennan retired CIA director, Rick Gates Mueller’s star witness, Andrew Weissmann the special counsel Robert Mueller’s top prosecutor, and Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer.
She served in various stations such as Vanity Fair, Al Jazeera, The Daily Beast, The Atlantic, The Guardian, and The Washington Post during her tenure. She regularly makes appearances on BBC News radio, MSNBC, WNYC, BBC World News, and NBC News.
She is currently serving in New York at Business Insider as a political correspondent since October 2019. Previously, she served in Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey at CNBC for a period of six months as an intern. Before that, she served at Citizen Action of New York as a Research and Policy Intern.