Eva Nordstrom Biography
Eva Nordstrom is the CBS News’ Executive Producer of Special Events. She is in charge of a team that plans and executes breaking news coverage and network-wide news specials, such as CBS News special reports, primetime specials, and high-profile news events like CBS News’ election coverage.
How old is Eva Nordstrom? – Age
Her exact age is unknown.
Where did Eva Nordstrom go to school? – Education
In 1995, Nordstrom earned a bachelor’s degree in psychology from Villanova University.
Nordstrom – Family
She was born and raised in the state of New Jersey.
She has kept her family life private therefore there’s no information concerning her husband and children.
What is Nordstrom Salary?
An executive producer’s annual compensation at CBS News is $120,204, an editor is $62,968, and a producer’s income is $100,000.
Nordstrom Net Worth
She is predicted to have a net worth of $2 million as of 2021.
Eva Nordstrom Career
Nordstrom is a multi-award-winning producer who joined CBS News in 2011 as part of the senior team that established CBS THIS MORNING. She was a key part in making CBS THIS MORNING the leader in delivering real news and original reporting as a senior producer and then as managing editor. Nordstrom has been a key part of CBS News’ coverage of important national and international news issues of the last few years, including the 2016 presidential campaign, conventions, and election. She also oversaw and produced live programming from the White House last year, when CBS THIS MORNING broadcasted from the famous East Wing. Following the 2016 Pulse nightclub shooting, she produced CBS THIS MORNING live from Orlando. Nordstrom also assisted in the creation of CBS THIS MORNING’s live broadcast from the top of One World Trade, the nation’s tallest structure, and the Smithsonian Museum of African American History and Culture in Washington, D.C., for an exclusive peek before it opened. Nordstrom recently assisted Gayle King in managing the editorial content for her exclusive interview with R. Kelly and separate interviews with his accusers. She’s also worked as a senior producer on coverage of Donald Trump’s and Barack Obama’s inaugurations, as well as interviews with three presidents of the United States. She’s also executive produced coverage of recent persistent breaking news events, such as Michael Cohen’s appearance before the House Oversight Committee earlier this year and President Trump’s summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un in Vietnam. Nordstrom worked at CNN for 15 years, first as a senior producer on “American Morning” and then as a senior producer on “Anderson Cooper 360” before joining CBS News.