Rene Marsh Biography
Rene Marshcurrently works for CNN as a senior correspondent. Additionally, she is known for working as an aviation and government regulation correspondent. Prior to that, she was the very first reporter to report the instructions given of not letting in specific passengers from certain nations by the communication of Customs and Border Protection with airlines. Her major coverage at CNN includes the shooting down of MH17 over Ukraine and the disappearance of the commercial passenger plane, MH370.
Rene Marsh Age
Rene was born in Binghamton, New York in the United States on April 17, 1982. As of 2021, she is 39 years.
Rene Marsh Height
Rene is 5 ft 3 in / 1.6 m tall.
Rene Marsh Education
Rene studied from the Binghamton campus and graduated with honors. Then he went to Syracuse University’s S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications and got a master’s degree in broadcast journalism.
Rene Marsh Family
Rene was raised up by her parents in Queens and Long Island. But she hasn’t shared out information about them. Additionally, she has as sister Michelle Marsh, a journalist who works for WJLA 24/7 as the Late Night Reporter at 10 p.m. and anchors at WJLA and ABC 7 the 4 p.m. and 6 p.m newscasts.
Rene Marsh Husband
Rene is a married man Kedric Payne. In 2017, was the year that the two started dating, and later that year in a private wedding ceremony they tied the knot. The two have a kid. Missing information on the two lovebirds will be updated soon.
Rene Marsh Child
Rene and Kedric were born on March 16, 2019, called Blake Vince Payne. More information on him will be updated.
Rene Marsh Salary
Rene annually earns a salary of $91,213. This is according to Correspondents salaries.
Rene Marsh Net Worth
Rene has an estimated net worth of $851,109.
Rene Marsh Career
Rene started her career in Shreveport, Louisiana at KTAL as a reporter and anchor. She also worked in Albany, New York at CBS 6 as an investigative reporter and a weekend anchor, in addition, she broke down various stories surrounding Housing and Urban Development’s purchase of a $31,000 dining set. Also, she has filed extremely deep reports of sexual assault and harassment on board commercial airliners together with the condition of the country’s infrastructure.
She joined CNN in 2012 and took on high-profile assignments like the Trump administration’s travel ban barring citizens from seven Muslim majority countries from coming to the United States for a period of 90 days. In addition, on the unprecedented security apparatus put in place to protect EPA administrator Scott Pruitt she became the first journalist to report on it. Rene studied from the Binghamton campus and graduated with honors. Then he went to Syracuse University’s S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications and got a master’s degree in broadcast journalism.