Christine Romans is an American journalist currently serving as the Chief Business Correspondent for CNN. Moreover, she anchors the morning show, Early Start and the weekend business program, CNN Money on the network.
Christine Romans Wiki; Family, Education, Height
Christine was born on 31st January 1971 in the United States. She is the eldest of four children born to her parents. Her family settled at Iowa after migrating to the US from Norway.
Standing at a height of 5 feet 7 inches (1.70 meters), Romans Iowa State University. There, she majored in French in addition to Journalism and Mass Communication.
Her Career; CNN, Salary
At first, Christiane was the reporter for Reuters and Knight-Ridder Financial News in Chicago. She joined CNN Business News in 1999. Initially, she reported from the floor of the New York Stock Exchange. She served as an anchor of CNNfn’s Street Sweep, covering the financial news.
Afterward, Romans became a correspondent for the shows, Moneyline and Lou Dobbs Tonight. As of now, she serves as Chief Business Correspondent for CNN. Besides, she appears as a host on various programs such as of Early Start with John Berman and CNN Money.
Christine Romans anchors the morning show, Early Start on CNN (Picture: CNN Commentary)
It has been more than two decades of her stint on CNN. As an experienced journalist, she is likely to earn a six-figure salary that contributes her net worth.
Shares Three Kids With Husband
The 48-year-old is currently married to the news editor husband Ed Tobin. Ed is a top news editor of Americas at Reuters News Agency. Moreover, he is the graduate of New York University his master’s in journalism.
Christine Romans with her husband Ed Tobin and Janice Dean at an event in April 2018 (Picture: Janice’s Twitter)
The couple met during her brief stint at Reuters according to the wiki sources. They are now the parents of three kids from their relationship. They welcomed their third son named Edward Arthur on 12 July 2010.
Some Interesting Facts About Christine Romans
- In 2004, Christine won an Emmy Award for her work on “Exporting America,” an investigation into the impact of globalization on U.S. workers.
- She is the author of four books. Her recent book is How to Speak Money, published in 2016.
- Her husband won the Editor of the Year Award at the REUTERS Journalist of the Year Awards in March 2019.