Emerald Robinson is an American media personality who presently works for Newsmax TV as a White House Correspondent. She was the Chief White House Correspondent for One America News Network before joining the network.
Emerald Robinson Age
Emerald Robinson was born on 1st February 1982. She is 41 years old.
Emerald Robinson’s Height
Emerald stands at an average stature of 5 feet 9 inches.
Emerald Robinson’s Education
Robinson attended Honaker High School from 1995 to 2000 before attending the University of Virginia College Wise from 200 to 2003, where she earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Communication and Media Studies.
She graduated Magna Cum Laude, was a member of the NAIA All-American Volleyball Team in 2002, and was the Commencement Speaker from 2000 to 2003.
Emerald Robinson’s Family
Robinson grew up in Virginia, the United States. Her parents are Reba Karen Robinson and Robert Hughes Robinson. Her father was a retired coal miner and priest who died in January 2020. She also has a brother named Obediah Robinson.
Emerald Robinson’s Husband
Robinson is married to Garrick Davis, a poet and literary critic in Washington. Her spouse is the contemporary poetry review’s founding editor. Garrick also serves as a multidisciplinary specialist for the NEA’s Art Journalism Institutes. The couple has two children. Asher Davis is the son, and the identity of the daughter is unknown.
Emerald Robinson Salary
Emerald pockets an annual pay ranging from $ 27,000 to $96,500.
Emerald Robinson’s Net worth
Emerald has an estimated net worth of $ 2 million.
Emerald Robinson Career
Robinson worked as an actress before moving toward journalism. She was in several films, commercials, online series, and award-winning network television shows. Her notable appearances in daytime shows include Days of Our Lives, The Young and the Restless, and All My Children. She went on to appear in additional films.
She is now a Newsmax TV’s White House Correspondent. She commenced working at the station in January 2020. She formerly served as One America News Network’s main White House correspondent. She began working for OANN as a weekend congressional and White House journalist in 2017.