Laura Jarrett Biography
This is what you need to know about Laura Jarrett, An American news reporter and anchor currently working for CNN News as an anchor of “Early Start” with Christine Romans. Before CNN She worked as a correspondent based in Washington, D.C. covering the Justice Department and legal issues.
Laura Jarrett Age
Jarrett was born on October 29, 1983, in the united states. She Celebrates her birthday on October 29 every year.
Laura Jarrett Height
Jarrett stands at a height of 5 feet 5 inches.
Laura Jarrett Weight
- 60 kgs.
Laura Jarrett Parents
Jarrett is a wife to Tony Balkissoon and a parent of one. She was born into the family of William Robert Jarrett and Valerie Jarrett. Her father, a director of obstetrics and gynecology, was the son of Vernon Jarrett, an influential African/American journalist who worked with the Chicago Sun-Times before his retirement in 1995. Her Grandparents are Barbara Bowman, James E. Bowman
Laura Jarrett Husband
Jarrett is happily married to her husband Tony Balkissoon. Tony is a Lawyer and the couple is blessed with one kid.
Laura Jarrett Baby
Jarrett and tony have been blessed with a baby, however, there is no information about them hence it will be updated as soon as it’s available.
Laura Jarrett Salary
Jarrett receives an annual average salary of $ 40,000. This is according to CNN News anchors/reporter’s salaries.
Laura Jarrett Net Worth
Jarrett has an estimated Net Worth of $1 million. dollars. Her career as a news journalist is her primary source of income.
Laura Jarrett Education
She graduated from Harvard Law School in 2010.
Laura Jarrett CNN News
Jarrett is an American news reporter and anchor currently working for CNN News as an anchor of “Early Start” with Christine Romans. Before CNN She worked as a correspondent based in Washington, D.C. covering the Justice Department and legal issues.
There she covered the Justice Department and legal issues. She joined CNN from her law practice in 2016, Jarrett has covered many significant legal stories during the Trump administration, including the travel ban, migrant family separations at the southwest border, the firing of Attorney General Jeff Sessions and FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe, and high stakes battles between the Justice Department and Capitol Hill.
She also worked as an attorney in Chicago for in private practice, Jarrett focused on defending companies and individuals in government investigations brought by the Justice Department and Securities and Exchange Commission, as well as complex commercial litigation.