Caitlin Conant Biography
Caitlin Conant is the CBS News’s political director. She directly reports to CBS News vice president and Washington bureau director Christopher Isham, and she assists in the direction of the network’s political and campaign coverage. Conant formerly worked for CBS News in Washington as the executive director of communications. She was in charge of the Washington, D.C. Bureau’s communications and media relations, as well as its reporters. She worked closely with “Face The Nation” moderator John Dickerson, “Face The Nation” moderator Margaret Brennan, and “Face The Nation” executive producer Mary Hager on editorial planning and strategic branding.
How old is Caitlin Conant? – Age
Caitlin was born in Washington, D.C. Her exact age is unknown.
Where did Caitlin Conant go to school? – Education
He attended Georgetown Visitation primary school and later graduated in 2004. She then joined the University of Notre Dame where she earned a Bachelor of Arts in 2008.
Caitlin Conant – Family
Caitlin has kept her family information private. Her parent’s and siblings’ information is yet to be revealed.
She’s married to Alex Conant.
What is Conant Salary?
Conant earns an annual salary of $14,000 to $126,254.
Conant Net Worth
She has a net worth of $1 to $5 million.
Caitlin Conant Career
She formerly worked as the communications director for Senator Rob Portman (R-OH). Conant also worked as a communications advisor for Joni Ernst’s (R-IA) U.S. Senate campaign; press secretary for Senator Richard Burr (R-NC); deputy press secretary for Governor Tim Pawlenty’s (R-MN) presidential campaign; and legislative reporter for Senator John McCain (R-AZ).
Conant joined CBS News in the midst of the historic presidential race in May 2016. Conant spent eight years in the United States Senate and on numerous political campaigns before joining CBS News. Conant most recently managed regional press and surrogate relations for Sen. Marco Rubio’s (R-FL) presidential campaign.
Conant began her career in politics shortly after graduating from college, working for McCain’s presidential campaign in 2008. Conant was the Washington Bureau’s primary spokeswoman on political, polling, and press access issues, and she also worked on political and Capitol Hill outreach. During the 2016 election season, Conant also assisted in the planning and execution of CBS News’ earned media strategy.