Carolyn Manno Bio, Age, Height, Husband, Salary, Net worth, CNN

Carolyn Manno

Carolyn Manno

Carolyn Manno Biography

Carolyn Manno is a journalist presently working at CNN as a broadcast journalist and host since 2019. She served at (USTA) United States Tennis Association as a host previously. Manno served for a majority of NBC Sports as a reporter and host before that.

She was also awarded award-winning assets such as the Tour de France, and Triple Crown horse racing. The Olympic and Paralympic Games, and Football Night in America.

Carolyn Manno Age

Manno was born in Florida, in the United States, on July 16, 1984. She is 37 years old and on July 16, 1984, every year celebrates her birthday.

Carolyn Manno Height

She stands at a height of 5 ft 5 inches/ Approx 1.65 m tall.

Carolyn Manno Education

Manno earned a bachelor’s degree in Telecommunications from the University of Florida in 2006 after finishing her primary and high school diplomas.

Carolyn Manno Family

She has managed to keep her details private concerning his father, mother, and siblings, despite being a public figure.

Carolyn Manno Husband

Manno is seemed to be a reserved person when it comes to matters regarding her soulmate. Hence it’s not known whether Carolyn is dating, single, in an open relationship, or married.

Carolyn Manno Salary

Manno receives an annual salary of $10,000 – $ 100,000 per year, according to CNN Sports Channel anchors/reporters’ salaries.

Carolyn Manno’s Net Worth

She has an approximated net worth of  $1 Million – $5 Million U.S dollars.

Carolyn Manno Career

She now serves at CNN as a broadcast journalist and host of the digital streaming platform American Kennel Club since 2019. Manno served at (USTA) United States Tennis Association as a host previously. She was a live streaming second screen experience and Launched US Open Now.

Which first of its kind of digital lifestyle channel over her time there. That show offered to offer a space for real-time interactivity with streaming viewers. Taking them behind the scenes for one of the biggest weekends on the tennis calendar, and a new vantage point for global viewers.