Sue Herera Biography, Age, Family, Height, Marriage, Children, Salary, Net Worth, Education, Career

Sue Herera Biography

Sue Herera is a renown American journalist working as a financial news anchor, reporter and co-host at CNBC TV. She is famous for anchoring breaking news and offering business news updates. She gained fame at the station while working as evening business news anchor and host for Nightly Business Report.

Sue Herera Birthday and Age

Sue was born on November 15, 1957, in Spoken, Washington, United States of America. Her birth sign is Libra

Sue Herera Family

Sue was born and raised by both parents in Spoken, Washington and raised in Brentwood, California, in the United States of America. Unfortunately, she has not disclosed any details, including names, age, and occupation of siblings to the public domain. This section is under review by our teams, and we shall upload the facts once they are available from our dependable sources.

Sue Herera Height and Weight

Herera has a height of 5 feet 10 inches (1.78 m) and weighs 128 lbs (58 Kg). She wears a dress if size 13 (US) and shoe size 6 (US).

Sue Herera Marriage

Sue is married to her boyfriend, fiancée and soulmate, Daniel Herera, a medical Doctor. They dated for a long time before their engagement and wedding in 1984 at a church. The couple met at in Los Angeles while working on the same assignment as a Cameraman.

Sue Herera Children

Sue has two beautiful children. She adopted two children Jacqueline Herera and Victoria Herrera. She later gave birth to Daniel Herera.

Sue Herera Education

Sue received her elementary and high school education in the United States of America. She got her bachelor’s degree in Broadcast Journalism from California State University at Northridge.

Sue Herera Career

Sue began her career as news reporter and news anchor at Financial News Network where she worked for seven years before quitting. She anchored breaking news and interviewed political leaders and renowned business community members. She joined Wall Street as a business news reporter and anchor. Sue then joined CNBC in 1989 as a business news reporter, news anchor and host. She anchors breaking news and makes financial news updates besides hosting CNBC Business Day Programming. Herera hosts a program, Nightly Business Report.

Sue Herera Salary

Sue is approximated to earn $710,000 annually from her journalism career.

Sue Herera Net Worth

Sue is rated to be worth $6 million, including her earnings, investments, and assets.


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