Abby Phillip Biography
Abby Phillip is a skilled American journalist currently working at CNN as an anchor. She serves as a senior political correspondent and anchor of Inside Politics Sunday, an hour-long in-depth conversation on the week’s most valuable political storylines, with a different set of analysts and news-making interviews.
Abby Phillip Age
Abby Phillip was born on November 25, 1988, in Bowie, Maryland, United States. She is 32 years old and celebrates her birthday on the 25th of November every year.
Abby Phillip Height|Weight
Phillip stands at an average height of 5 feet 7 inches and weighs around 60kg.
Abby Phillip Education
She attended and graduated from Harvard University with a degree in Government. She currently resides in Washington with her husband, daughter, and their pup Booker T.
Abby Phillip Family
Abby was born and raised in Bowie, Maryland, United States by her loving and caring parents June C Phillip and Carlos W. Phillip. Her father served as a psychology program manager for the District of Columbia Public Schools in Washington while her mother is a real estate investor with Fairfax Realty. She has two sisters named Asha and Ann-Marie.
Abby Phillip Husband
She is happily married to her beloved husband Marcus Richardson. The duo tied the knot in May 2018. Their wedding was officiated by the dean of Havard College.
Abby Phillip Children
Phillip and Marcus are proud parents of a baby girl named Naomi Angelina Richardson on August 16th, 2021.
Abby Phillip Salary
Abby receives an annual salary of $200,000 per year. This is according to CNN News anchors’ and reporters’ salaries.
Abby Phillip Net Worth
Phillip has an estimated net worth of $ 1 million – $ 5 million.
Abby Phillip Career
In 2017, Abby joined CNN to cover the Trump Administration and worked as a White House Correspondent through 2019. Furthermore, she moderated CNN’s Democratic Presidential Debate in Iowa in January 2020.
She also anchored the CNN Special Report: Kamala Harris: Making History about the Vice President’s barrier-breaking career and the childhood experiences that helped shape her in January 2021.
Before joining CNN, Phillip served at The Washington Post where she served as a national political reporter, covering the White House. Previously, she was a digital reporter for politics at ABC News.
In addition, Philip covered the Obama White House for POLITICO as well as campaign finance and lobbying. In 2021, She was named to the Time 100 Next list and she was the recipient of the National Urban League’s Women of Power award.