Clarissa Ward works in London for CNN as a chief international correspondent. Previously, she worked in Moscow for the ABC News program as a news correspondent and in London CBS News.
Clarissa Ward Age
Ward was born in New York City, the U.S. on January 30, 1980. As of 2021, she is 41 years old.
Clarissa Ward Height
Ward hasn’t disclosed her height will update this as soon as information is available.
Clarissa Ward Family
Ward is a known person but likes to keep her personal life away from the public, however, research is ongoing and will be updated soon.
Clarissa Ward Education
Ward attended Middlebury College and holds an honorary doctor of letters degree also he went to Yale University.
Clarissa Ward Husband
Clarissa is a married woman to Philipp Von Bernstorff, they walked down the aisle at London’s Chelsea Old Town Hall in 2016. Together they have one child.
Clarissa Ward kid
Ward and Von have a son called Ezra Albercht Nikolas Nour. More information on the kid will be updated soon.
Clarissa Ward Salary
Ward annually earns a salary that ranges between $33,774 – $112,519.This is according to CNN correspondents salaries.
Clarissa Ward Net worth
Wards has an estimated net worth of $1 million dollars.
Clarissa Ward Career
Ward began working for CNN on 1 September 2015, she was to remain in London but still report on all CNN’s platforms. In regards to her 10+ years experience of being a war correspondent, she spoke on the situation in the civil war-torn Aleppo at a United Nations Security Council meeting.
Shes worked for ABC News in Moscow as a correspondent From October 2007 to October 2010, she reported for all its broadcasts and platforms, from Russia including ABC News Radio, ABC News Now, “Good Morning America” and others.
Her career started in October 2011 as the network’s foreign news correspondent. She changed tables and worked as a fill-in anchor on CBS This Morning and a contributor for 60 Minutes this is on January 2014. She has covered different important stories such as the 2014 Ukrainian revolution, the subsequent United States – China negotiations, Chinese civil rights activist Chen Guangcheng’s stay at the U.S. Embassy in Beijing, and the Syrian Uprising.
She has received different awards such as two Emmy Awards, honors from the Radio and Television Correspondents’ Association, and an Alfred I. DuPont-Columbia Silver Baton, for her International Reporting in April 2015 she got the 2015 Murrow Award, during the Syrian uprising her journalistic coverage inside Syria got her a George Foster Peabody Award in New York City this was on On May 21, 2012.