Erin Burnett Biography
Erin Burnett Isabelle is a CNN anchor and journalist who hosts her own show, Erin Burnett OutFront. She is from the United States. She is also renowned for her previous work on CNBC as a co-anchor of the business program “Squawk on the Street” and as a host of the television show “Street Signs.” She has also been on MSNBC’s Morning Joe, Meet the Press, and Today on NBC, as well as NBC Nightly News and The Celebrity Apprentice, where she served as Donald Trump’s counselor.
How old is Erin Burnett? – Age
She was born on the 2nd of July 1976 in Mardela Springs, Maryland, the U.S. She is 46 years as of 2022.
Where did Erin Burnett go to school? – Education
She went to St. Andrew’s School before transferring to a private co-educational boarding school in Middletown, Delaware, where she graduated in 1994.
She then went on to Williams College in Williamstown, Massachusetts, where she majored in political economy and minored in economics. She also played lacrosse and field hockey during her collegiate years.
Erin Burnett – Family
Erin Burnett was born to Kenneth King Burnett and Esther Margaret Burnett (nee Stewart).
Erin Burnett husband
Ms. Burnett is, in fact, still married. Her spouse, David Rubulotta, is an American business executive who previously worked as a trader for Lehman Brothers. He is now a managing director with Citigroup.
Rubulotta and Erin met on a blind date in 2003, got engaged in September 2011, and married on 21 December 2012.
Erin Burnett Kids/children
From her marriage, Burnett and her spouse have three children. On 29 November 2013, they welcomed their first child, a son named Nyle Thomas Burnett Rubulotta. Colby Isabelle Burnett Rubulotta, the family’s second child, was born on 18 July 2015, and Owen Thomas Burnett Rubulotta, the family’s third child, was born on August 20, 2018.
What is Burnett’s Salary?
Her salary is annually estimated to be $6 million.
Burnett’s Net Worth
Her net worth is believed to be $10 million.
Erin Burnett CNN Career
Erin Burnett worked for Goldman Sachs in the investment banking sector as a financial analyst. She was given a job at CNN as a writer and booker for CNN’s ‘Moneyline’ while she was still working at Goldman Sachs. However, she resigned to become a vice president of Citigroup’s CitiMedia digital media group.
She went on to serve as an anchor and stock editor for Bloomberg Television after her time with CitiMedia. From 2005 until 2011, she co-anchored ‘Squawk on the Street’ with Mark Haines and served as the host of CNBC’s ‘Street Signs.’
She conducted an inquiry report on Transammonia, a chemical company conducting business in Iran, in 2010.
She stated in her report that Transammonia’s owned company in the United States used to buy ammonia from Iran.
Transammonia had to submit a press release to congressional leaders due to her investigative journalism, indicating that Transammonia’s Swiss company will cease its contract with Iran and shut off its operations with them ‘as quickly as feasible.’ Her investigative investigation was nominated for an Emmy in 2011.
Burnett left CNBC on May 6, 2011, then on October 3, 2011, he joined CNN, a competitor news organization. She began presenting her own prime-time news show, ‘Erin Burnett Outfront,’ on CNN, which is filmed in New York City.
Erin Burnett has mostly concentrated her career on investigative journalism, which has resulted in many changes and developments, such as the Transammonia case. She’s done live performances from all around the world, including the Middle East, China, and Pakistan. Her work has focused on a variety of crucial topics, including those faced by people in Saudi Arabia, the Palestinian Territories, Tunisia, Egypt, Iran, Israel, Turkey, the United Arab Emirates, Yemen, Lebanon, and Pakistan.
- 2008 – City of Money & Mystery
- 2008 – The Russian Gamble
- 2008 – India Rising: The New Empire
- 2009 – Dollars & Danger: Africa, The Final Investment Frontier
- 2010 – Big Money in the Middle East
- 2010 – On Assignment: Iraq
Television Programs hosted/co-anchored by Burnett
- 2003-2005 – Bloomberg on the Markets
- 2005-2011 – Street Signs as a host
- 2005–2011 – Squawk on the Street as a co-anchor
- Since 2011 – OutFront as the host