Sara Fischer Biography
Sara Fischer is an American journalist serving for Axios as a media reporter presently. Since January 2017, she has been with the network. Fischer served for The Washington Post as a digital producer before joining Axios.
She edited and produced segments for live and also digital audiences while there. Fischer served for The New York Times before joining the Post. She joined The Times’ political advertising team while there.
Sara Fischer Age
Sara Fischer was born in the United States of America. However, she has not shared her exact age and date of birth with the media.
Sara Fischer Height
Sara stands at an average height of 5 ft 5 inches/ Approx 1.65 m tall.
Sara Fischer Education
Fischer graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in journalism from the University of George Washington. She holds a Master’s degree in legislative affairs also. Fischer interned for Atlantic Media while still in college, from 2010 to 2012.
She as well served in the corporate research division where her main role was to analyze the type of web traffic.
Sara Fischer Family
Fischer likes to keep her life private regarding her father, mother, and siblings.
Sara Fischer Husband
Fischer is a private person when it comes to matters concerning her love life. However, it’s not known whether she dating, single, engaged, or married.
Sara Fischer Salary
Fischer receives an annual salary of $68,265 per year, according to Axios anchors/reporters’ salaries.
Sara Fischer’s Net Worth
Sara earns an approximate net worth of $1 million – $5 million U.S dollars.
Sara Fischer Career
Fischer has a media background in writing, reporting, subscription, and advertising sales. She has several skills incorporating research also. Fischer served at Atlantic Media as an intern.
While there, She did corporate research. Where Fischer compared subscription models to membership models. Her senior year of college was spent working at Politico as a business development associate.
Fischer also client engagement for the company’s advertising team and helped manage sales operations while there. She began serving at CNN as a freelance news assistant in March 2013.
Fischer co-authored the network’s political newsletter titled “Gut Check” while there. She covered breaking news and reported stories. As well as long-form content on CNN Politics’ blog called “Political Ticker ” at the same time.
Fischer offered her experience to the New York Times ‘ advertising team and went back to the advertising sector from there. She subsequently served at the Washington Post as a digital producer. In January 2017, Fischer joined her current network as a media reporter at Axios.