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If you are a news enthusiast or an ardent follower of current happenings, then Christine Romans must be a familiar name in your quarters. Provided you haven’t come across her yet, not to worry, you will know all about her in a moment.
Christine Romans is an established news correspondent and anchor for one of the biggest news agencies, CNN. She has had a flourishing career that has seen her grow to become the Chief Business Correspondent for CNN. In addition to that, she co-hosts the Early Start show that runs from 4 am to 6 am with Dave Briggs.
Before hooking up with CNN, Christine Romans worked for Reuters and Knight-Ridder Financial News. She is a favorite for most people who watch CNN because of her dashing looks and polished news anchoring.
Christine Romans Bio
Christine Romans was born on the 31st of July, 1971 to a migrant family. Her parents migrated from Norway to the United States when she was much younger. She spent most of her growing up days in Iowa, the State her parents migrated to. Being the first child of four children, she learned a lot about being responsible. Helping her parents raise her siblings shaped her ideologies about life.
Living most of her life in Iowa, she had her education there. She attended Pleasant Valley High School in Iowa. While there, she was a cheerleader alongside the best-selling author, Elizabeth Hamilton-Guarino. After a pleasant high school, Christine Romans went on to Iowa University in 1996. She graduated from Iowa University with a degree in Journalism and French Literature.
Her first taste of the waters was at Reuters News Agency. Christine didn’t spend much time at Reuters before moving on to other news agencies in search of greener pastures. Before landing a job with CNN, she had spells at The Des Moines Register and Knight-Ridder Financial News in Chicago.
Her niche in business news was well carved out early in her career. She got the attention of CNN executives with her show, Street Sweep. Her journey as a CNN correspondent began in 1999 with coverage of news from the floor of the New York Stock Exchange.
She is a well-recognized reporter. Her contribution to Exporting America won her an Emmy Award.
Her Net Worth
It goes without saying that Christine Romans makes her money from a lot of sources. The primary contributors to her revenue are her salary from CNN which stands at $400K annually and her book sales. She also charges for speaking engagements between the range of $25,000 and $30,000. Her net worth is estimated to be somewhere around $4 million.
Is Christine Romans Divorced?
There have been rumors making the rounds since July 2015 that Christine and Ed are getting divorced. The reports cited conflicting issues regarding their hectic workload giving them less time to properly raise their kids. The rumor persisted and has raised a lot of questions.
However, neither Christine nor Ed has denied or rejected the rumors. As of 2019, the rumors are still lingering. With the couple taking the part of silence, it could take a while before their marital status is made clear.
Other Facts To Know About The Correspondent
1. She met her husband while working at Reuters
Her exceptional performance got the attention of Reuters and she immediately took up an appointment with the news agency. It was a huge step in her career that also shaped her romantic life. While at Reuters, she fell in love with one of the high-ranked news editors, Ed Tobin. Their romantic affair led to their marriage. The union has produced three beautiful kids. The couple and their family have been enjoying a somewhat quiet marriage out of the public eye.
2. Christine pretended to be a newscaster as a child
Christine Romans’ successful career as a reporter comes as no surprise. She had always wanted to be a reporter at a very young age. In one of her interviews, she recalled playing news Channel Six in the playroom with her little sister. They usually reported made-up car crashes and fire incidents to the viewing delight of their mother. Thanks to the support she got from her family, she pursued her dreams to study Journalism and French Literature at Iowa University.
3. The reporter is also an author
Christine Romans is a successful reporter as well as a prolific author and public speaker. As of 2016, she had authored four books. The books are Smart Is The New Rich (2010), How To Speak Money: The Language and Knowledge You Need Now (2011), Smart Is The New Rich: Money Guidelines For Millennials (2015), and How To Speak Money (2016). All her books have received raving reviews across all the platforms on which they are selling.