Sarah McCammon Bio, Age, Height, Husband, Salary, Net worth, NPR
Sarah McCammon Biography
Sarah McCammon is a journalist presently working as a national correspondent at NPR since October 2018. Previously, Sarah served for three years and four months that was from July 2015 to October 2018 as the station’s reporter. During her free time, Sarah enjoys spending time with her amazing sons, writing, as well as reading.
Sarah McCammon Age
Sarah was born in Kansas City, Missouri, in the United States of America, on February 5, 1981. She is 40 years old and on February 5 every year celebrates her birthday.
Sarah McCammon Height
McCammon stands at a height of 5 ft 5 inches/ approx. 1.65 m tall.
Sarah McCammon Family
She was born and raised under the loving care of her loving and dedicated parents in Kansas City, Missouri, in the United States of America. Her father shortly served at Kansas City’s public radio station as a host. She was brought up in a conservative evangelical Christian home and was brought up in a family of five alongside her two sisters. However, her father, mother, and sisters’ identity remains unavailable. The adorable parents still live in Missouri.
Sarah McCammon Husband
Sarah is a proud single mother of her two handsome sons. Though, due to her secretive nature very little about her personal life is known to the public. However, we shall update you on the matter, immediately, Sarah reveals the information to the public.
Sarah McCammon Education
Growing up in Missouri she attended Blue Ridge Christian School and attained her High School Diploma. Later on, Sarah decided to pursue her dream career at Trinity College in Illinois, and in 2003, Sarah received her Bachelor of Arts in English and Communication and a minor in History.
Sarah McCammon Salary
Sarah earns an annual salary of $93,680. This is according to NPR anchors/reporters’ salaries.
Sarah McCammon Net Worth
McCammon has an estimated net worth of $1 million – $ 5 million.
Sarah McCammon Career
She currently serves in NPR as a National Correspondent since October 2018. However, Sarah since officially joining in July 2015 has been a part of the network. Sarah was first hired as a reporter at the station, however, three years and four months later she was promoted to her current position.
However, a year later Sarah left the magazine to join Nebraska Public Media, where she served as a reporter and producer. From 2013 to 2015, Sarah served at Georgia Public Broadcasting as the Savannah Bureau Chief. Sarah has been featured various on NPRs podcasts and magazines.