Sharon Collins Biography
Sharon Collins works as an anchor for CNN in Atlanta, Georgia, the U.S, In 1992, she commenced her work here. Collins worked at WSET-TV in Lynchburg, Va in various positions, prior, she worked at Next@CNN.
A one-hour weekly magazine-format program that covered technology, space, environmental current events. And aviation as an environmental news anchor previously.
Sharon Collins Age
Collins has kept secretive details regarding her exact age, date, place, and year of birth to the public.
Sharon Collins Height
Sharon is5 feet 7 inches/1.7 m tall.
Sharon Collins Family
Collins has not uttered any details on her parents and whether she has any siblings, she enjoys keeping her personal life private.
Sharon Collins Husband
Sharon is quite reserved on her personal issues, she has managed to hide information on her love life from the public.
Sharon Collins Salary
She annually receives a salary ranging between $65,000 – 180,000, according to CNN anchors/reporters’ salaries.
Sharon Collins Net Worth
She has an estimated net worth ranging between $700,000 – 1.5 Million
Sharon Collins Career
Sharon Collins works as an anchor for CNN in Atlanta, Georgia, the U.S. In 1992, she began her work here. Before she worked at WSET-TV in Lynchburg, Va in various positions. Prior, Collins worked at Next@CNN, a one-hour weekly magazine-format program.
That covered technology, space, environment. Current events, and aviation as an environmental news anchor. Additionally, she worked at TBS TOPX/CNN American Edge, which is a monthly culture news magazine. As well as the former news-magazine program known as CNN NewsStand as a contributor.
Collins also worked from 1978-1981 as a news director at WDVA Radio in Danville, Va. Her career began with her working from 181-1983 at WAKG-WBTM Radio. In Danville as a news reporter and director.
Collins has been awarded severally such as for her contribution to CNN Special In Nature’s Wake, a program that presents floods. In the Mississippi River Valley, she received a national Emmy Award, for her efforts in the production of a 90-minute Earth Summit special. That aired on TBS Superstation, she earned a CableACE Award.