Dana Bash works in Washington, D.C. as a chief political correspondent CNN, covering both congress and campaigns. She completed her high school course in Montvale, New Jersey at Pascack Hills High School. She then went to George Washington University where she earned a bachelor’s degree in Political Communications.
Dana Bash Age
Dana Bash was born in New York City, New York, United States on June 15, 1971. As of 2021, she is 50 years old.
Dana Bash Height
Dana is 5 feet 2 inches / 1.57 m tall.
Dana Bash Education
Dana completed her high school course in Montvale, New Jersey at Pascack Hills High School. She then went to George Washington University where she earned a bachelor’s degree in Political Communications.
Dana Bash Family
Dana’s parents are Stuart Schwartz and Frances Weinman Schwartz, her dad worked as the senior broadcast producer for Good Morning America at ABC News while her mom worked as an author as well as an editor in Jewish studies. Missing information on her parents and siblings will be updated soon.
Dana Bash Husband
Bash has been in marriage twice, she first had taken her vows with Jeremy Bash, a retired CIA Chief of Staff and an American lawyer, They walked down the aisle in 1998, and separated in 2007. Then she remarried John King who was a fellow CNN correspondent in 2008. They got a child together, In June 2011, and separated in 2012.
Dana Bash Child
Dana and her second husband John King, Got a baby boy in June 2011 called Jonah Frank King in J. After they separated, in 2021 she took over the role of being a single mother for her son. More information on this will be updated soon.
Dana Bash Salary
Bash annually receives a salary of $100,000. This is according to CNN correspondents salaries.
Dana Bash Net Worth
Danas estimated net worth is around $6 Million.
Dana Bash Career
Bash works in Washington, D.C. as the chief political correspondent for CNN, she began working in 1993, and she plays the role of covering Congress and Campaigns. In 2010 for her reporting on Congressional earmarks and Senatorial “holds” she received the prestigious Dirksen Award from the National Press Foundation. At the start, before her career began officially she interned at CNN, NBC, and CBS.
She has covered different events such as in 2004, she took part in the US presidential campaign network’s coverage, the midterm election coverage in 2004, and in both the 2000 and 2002 midterm elections. In 2006 she was titled by CNN as the chief congressional correspondent, then she progressed to in 2006, and then she became the White House Correspondents’ team member for CNN in 2008.