Dana Bash Biography
Dana Bash works for CNN as a chief political correspondent and journalist. She also works as a fill-in anchor for Jake Tapper on “State of the Union” and serves as a co-host of all election night specials on the CNN Election Center.
Dana Bash Age
Dana Bash was born on June 15, 1971, in New York City, New York in the United States of America. She is 50 years old.
Dana Bash’s Height
Bash stands at an approximate height of 5 Feet 6 inches/1.7 m tall.
Dana Bash’s Weight
Bash weighs an approximate weight of 54 kg.
Dana Bash’s Education
Bash completed her high school course at Pascack Hills High School in Montvale, New Jersey in the US, Then she received a bachelor’s degree in political communications from George Washington University.
Dana Bash Family
Bash’s parents are Frances Weinman Schartz who worked at ABC as a News producer and Stuart Schwartz worked for a show titled Good Morning America as the senior broadcast producer, author, and educator in Jewish studies. She hasnt disclosed details on whether she has siblings, research on this is going on, and will soon fill out this segment.
Dana Bash Husband
Dana was first married to Jeremy Bash, who worked as the CIA Chief of Staff and Department of Defense Chief of Staff under former US President Barack Obama, they had exchanged vows in 1998, but they separated in 2007. She got remarried by John King, who works as a correspondent for CNN, they tied the knot in 2008, and together they had a child called Jonah who was born in June 2011, but sadly they separated in 2012.
Dana Bash’s children
Dana and her ex-husband John have a son called Jonah, who was born in June 2011.
Dana Bash Salary
Bash annually earns a salary ranging between $45,500 – $110,500. This is in accordance with CNN correspondents’ salaries.
Dana Bash Net Worth
Bash’s estimated net worth is $6 million.
Dana Bash Career
Dana Bash works for CNN as a chief political correspondent and journalist. She also works as a fill-in anchor for Jake Tapper on “State of the Union” and serves as a co-host of all election night specials on the CNN Election Center. Additionally, she produced different weekend shows on the channel like “Late Edition” ‘ Evans & Novak, and “Inside Politics”.
She worked at CBS, CNN, and NBC as an intern while still in college. After she graduated she began working for Late Edition, Inside Politics, and Evans & Novak at CNN as a weekend program producer, after some months she commenced her work as a producer of programs that cover the United States Senate. Then she worked at the same station as the lead political correspondent. She commenced a CNN series titled Badass Women of Washington, in 2017.