Hala Gorani Biography
Hala Gorani works for CNN International, located in London as an anchor as well as a correspondent, she anchors CNN’s show called “Hala Gorani Tonight weeknights”, its broadcasted at 8 p.m. CET. Also, together with Jim Clancy, she co-hosted “Your World Today” until February 2009, then she moved and began hosting “International Desk” until April 2014. The two shows were both aired on CNN’s Atlanta headquarters.
Hala Gorani Age
Hala Gorani was born in Seattle, Washington, United States on March 1, 1970. She is 51 years old.
Hala Gorani Height
Hala stands at a moderate height of 5 ft 6 in/1.7m tall.
Hala Gorani Education
Hala received a Bachelor of Science in economics from George Mason University in Fairfax, Virginia, Washington, D.C. She then earned her second degree from the Institut d’études politiques ( Sciences Po) in Paris in 1995.
Hala Gorani Family
Hala’s parents divorced and she went to live with her mom called Nour in Paris until she was above teenage. Hala was raised alongside her brother, more information regarding this is being dug out and will be updated soon.
Hala Gorani Husband
Hala is a married woman to Christian Streib who works as a photojournalist for CNN, they exchanged vows in Jardin Majorelle, Morocco on June 14, 2015.
Hala Gorani Children
Hala hasnt shared out details on whether, she has kids or not, however, keen research on this is being carried onwards and will be updated soon as information is available.
Hala Gorani Salary
Hala annually earns a salary of $77,864. This is according to CNN correspondent salaries.
Hala Gorani Net Worth
Hala has an estimated net worth of $996,897.
Hala Gorani Career
Hala began working in 1998 at CNN. Prior, she worked as an anchor in London at Bloomberg Television. Also, she worked for the French network France 3. She began her journalism career while working for Agence France Presseala as well as the French daily La Voix du Nord as a writer. She took part in the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, where she moderated the closing session, in 2008.
Also for the network’s reporting of the 2011 Egyptian revolution that led to the ousting of the former president, Hosni Mubarak, she earned herself a News and Documentary Emmy. Hala received a Bachelor of Science in economics from George Mason University in Fairfax, Virginia, Washington, D.C. She then earned her second degree from the Institut d’études politiques ( Sciences Po) in Paris in 1995.