Christine Romans Biography
This is what you need to know about Christine Romans, an American News journalist currently working for CNN as the Chief Business Correspondent and a morning anchor. She airs for “Early Start” on weekdays from 4 am to 6 am together with Dave Briggs.
Christine Romans Age
Christine Romans was on January 31, 1971, in Le Claire, Iowa, the United States of America. She is 51 years old as of 2022.
Christine Romans Height
She stands at the height of 5 feet 6 inches.
Christine Romans Education
She went and attended, and graduated from Friendly Valley High School. She then Joined Lowa State University, where she graduated with a Bachelor of Journalism and Mass Communications degree.
Christine Romans Family
Romans is a wife to Eid Tobin. She is the firstborn of four siblings. Her Mom worked as a housewife. Her father was a businessman.
Christine Romans Husband
Christine is happily married to Eid Tobin. The couple is blessed with three children one known as Edward Arthur Tobin. The other two’s names have not been disclosed.
There were also rumors on the internet that the couple may have divorced in 2016. It is also said the cause of their divorce is said to be conflicting schedules that contributed to them drifting apart barely having time to spend together. However, information concerning their divorce has not been clarified yet.
Christine Romans Salary
Christine receives an annual salary of $65,000- $120,000 per year.
Christine Romans’ Net Worth
Christian has an estimated net worth of $ 1.5 million.
Christine Romans Book
She is an author and has written three books known as;
- Smart is the New Rich:
- If you Can’t Afford it-Put it Down that was published in 2010
- How to Speak Money was published in the year 2012
- Smart is the New Rich Money Guide for Millennials published in March 2015.
Christine Romans Career
Romans currently works as the Chief Business Correspondent and a morning anchor for CNN. She also airs and anchors “Early Start” on weekdays from 4 am to 6 am with Dave Briggs. She has also won and received several awards throughout her career including her work on the series ” Exporting America.” She is also known as the explainer-in-chief for CNN, of all things money.
Romans has covered major stories dealing with business and finance from the American point of view as well as small business owners, translating budgets and Bailouts. She also co-hosted ” Madoff: Secrets of a Scandal,” in 2010, an hour-long investigative report inspecting the disgraced financier Bernard Madoff and how he managed to penetrate one of the largest investor frauds committed by an individual.
Romans has also had the privilege to report on many other stories including her special in 2009 known as “In God We Trust: Faith & Money in America,” among many others. She later joined the Business News in the year 1999 where she spent several years reporting from the New York Stock Exchange. The hard work she has served as an anchor for CNN’s Street Sweep anchored the very first democratic elections in Iraq’s history from the CNN Center in Atlanta. However, she has covered stories on the four presidential elections and four hurricanes. She was also honored by the National Foundation for Women Legislators for her business reporting.