Sara Eisen Biography
(American Business Journalism and Financial News Anchor for CNBC)
Birthday: August 7, 1984 (Leo)
Born In: Cincinnati, Ohio, United States
Sara Aliza Eisen is an American television journalist presently affiliated with CNBC. She serves as the co-anchor of the channel’s shows ‘Squawk on the Street’ and ‘Closing Bell’. An Ohio native, she was not much interested in the markets and currencies when she was in college. While she was studying at New York University, she did an internship with a start-up website named ForexTV.com. It is there that she garnered her first experience with business news. She later earned a master’s degree in broadcast journalism from the Medill School of Journalism at Northwestern University. She then did a four-month-long internship with Bloomberg TV in Hong Kong. After she returned to US, she began to work at Bloomberg’s office in New York. Eventually, she became a TV anchor. In December 2013, she was hired by CNBC as a correspondent. She has served as a co-anchor of ‘Worldwide Exchange’ and ‘Power Lunch’, before landing the job on ‘Closing Bell’ in 2018. Eisen has been co-anchoring ‘Squawk on the Street’ since 2014. One of the most prominent business journalists of today, her main focus has been global consumer news ever since she joined CNBC.