Natalie Allen CNN Bio – Wiki, Age, Height, Husband, Salary, Net Worth
Natalie Allen Biography – Wikipedia
This is what you need to know about Natalie Allen, an American broadcast journalist working as a weekend anchor for CNN International in their global headquarters in Atlanta, Georgia. Before joining her current role at CNN International, she was an anchor for CNN from 1992 to 2001. Allen has also worked as an anchor for MSNBC and was a national correspondent for NBC, during which she appeared on Nightly News, The Today Show, and CNBC.
Natalie Allen Age
Natalie Allen was born on August 11, 1962, in Memphis, Tennessee, U.S. She is 59 years old as of 2021.
Natalie Allen Height
Allen stands at a height of 5 feet and 8 inches tall.
Natalie Allen Family
Allen is a daughter to Lawrence Allen(father), and her mother’s identity is not known. As she is not the only child of her parents, she has a sibling, a sister named Susan Davis.
Natalie Allen Husband
Allen is a married woman to her husband, Mr. Frederick Wright. Frederick is an investment advisor by profession. Their wedding ceremony of the most loved couple took place in May 1997. The couple is blessed with one child, Jason named Nicholas Starr Wright.
Natalie Allen Son
Allen has a son named Nicholas Starr Wright born in 1998. Nicholas Starr Wright is working as a professional model.
Natalie Allen Salary
Allen receives an annual average salary of $90,000. This is according to the annual average salary of an anchor at CNN.
Natalie Allen Net Worth
Allen has an estimated net worth of $5 million – $ 10 million U.S dollars. Her career as a broadcast journalist is the primary source of her income.
Natalie Allen Education
Born in Memphis, Tennessee, Allen is a graduate of the University of Southern Mississippi class of 1984 with a bachelor’s degree in Radio, Television, and Film. She has since been inducted into the University of Southern Mississippi’s Alumni Hall of Fame.
Natalie Allen Career
Allen made her career debut working as a reporter for KFSM-TV in Fort Smith, Arkansas. She then became a reporter and anchor at WREG-TV in Memphis, Tennessee. Before joining CNN, she reported and co-anchored for WFTV in Orlando, Florida, winning a regional Emmy Award and Edward R. Murrow Award.
Allen served as The Weather Channel’s first full-time environment and climate correspondent from 2007 to 2009, where she served as a primary anchor for the network’s weekly news program, Forecast Earth. She developed a three-part series in 2011, called The Children of the Dump which aired on CNN International as part of its Freedom Project.
The series is about her experience in Vietnam’s Mekong Delta and witnessing a story about child trafficking. Allen is also a keynote speaker and moderator. She has moderated events such as Fortune Magazine’s Brainstorm Green Conference and Microsoft’s Top 100 CEO Summit. Allen also served as the keynote speaker for the University of Memphis Journalism Awards in 2012.