Alisyn Camerota Biography
Alisyn Camerota is an American broadcast journalist and political commentator currently serving as an anchor for CNN Newsroom with Victor Blackwell. She provides live newscasts on weekdays from 2-4 pm and is based in New York. In her three decades of journalism, Camerota has reported on stories both domestically and abroad.
Alisyn Camerota Age
Camerota was born on 21 June 1966 in Shrewsbury, New Jersey, United States. She is 56 years old as of 2022. Alisyn celebrates her birthday on June 21 every year.
Alisyn Camerota Height
Camerota stands at an average height of 5 ft 2 in (1.6 m) and has a weight of about 65kgs.
Alisyn Camerota Family
Camerota has Italian American ancestry. She has however not disclosed any information about her family, parents, and siblings. She does not find this information necessarily useful to the public. We will keep you posted should this information be available.
Alisyn Camerota Husband
Camerota is married to Tim Lewis since 2002. Camerota and her husband have a boy named Nathaniel Lewis who was born naturally in 2007 and fraternal twin girls named Alessandra Lewis and Francesca Lewis who were both born through in vitro fertilization in 2005. She spoke about her infertility struggles on The Today Show in 2010 and hosted the National Infertility Association’s “Night of Hope Celebration.” The couple resides in Connecticut’s Westport in their own house.
Alisyn Camerota Career
As co-anchor of CNN’s morning program “New Day” for more than six years after joining the network in 2014, Alisyn was at the center of the day’s most important news stories, including the Covid-19 pandemic, the 2020 presidential election, and Trump’s victory, the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey in Houston, the terrorist attacks in Paris and Brussels, and the Parkland, Florida school shooting. Her conversations with the Parkland student survivors in the hours following the shooting, as well as with the NRA, played a crucial role in the national dialogue on gun control. The Alisyn Voter Panels’ coverage of the 2016 and 2020 presidential elections were viral highlights. As a prominent proponent of the #MeToo movement, Alisyn contributed to giving the #SilenceBreakers a stage on which to share their experiences.
In addition, a number of primetime specials have been hosted by Camerota, including “Tipping Point: Sexual Harassment in America,” “The Hunting Ground: Sexual Assault on Campus,” “TOXIC: Britney Spears’ Battle for Freedom,” and “The Baby Business.” She is on The News Literacy Project’s national advisory committee, which strives to teach children how to recognize false information and fake news. She also participates in Press Forward’s advisory board, which works to end sexual harassment in newsrooms.
Additionally, For her breaking news coverage of the death of George Floyd and Roger Stone’s arrest, she was honored with two Emmy Awards. She also won the prestigious Edward R. Murrow Award for her reporting on Hurricane Maria’s effects in Puerto Rico. Alisyn received a Presidential scholarship to attend American University, where she earned a degree in broadcast journalism. Amanda Wakes Up, Alisyn’s first book, was named “a must-read” by Oprah Magazine and NPR as one of the finest novels of the year. Her memoir is now in progress.
Alisyn Camerota Salary
Camerota earns an average salary of $3 million annually.
Alisyn Camerota’s Net Worth
Camerota has an estimated net worth of 8.5 million as of 2022. Her primary source of income is her job as an anchor for CNN News Channel.