Ingrid Ciprian Matthews Biography

Ingrid Ciprian Matthews is an Emmy Award-winning journalist who presently serves as vice president of strategic professional development and acting Washington Bureau head for the Associated Press for CBS.

How old is Ingrid Ciprian Matthews? – Age

She was born in Santo Domingo in the Dominican Republic. Her exact age is under review.

Where did Ingrid Ciprian Matthews go to school? – Education

She earned a Bachelor of Arts degree from Barnard College in 1981 and a Master of Arts in journalism from New York University in 1984.

Ingrid Ciprian Matthews – Family

She has kept her family private therefore the information concerning her parents and siblings remains off the media.

Ingrid Matthews Husband

She is married, with two daughters. They live in New York. She has not revealed anything about her husband.

Ingrid Ciprian Matthews The CBS journalist
Ingrid Ciprian Matthews The CBS journalist

What is Matthews’s Salary?

Matthews earns an estimated salary that ranges from $20,000 to $100,000.

Matthews Net Worth

Her net worth ranges from $100,000 to $1 million.

Ingrid Ciprian Matthews Career

Executive vice president and Washington bureau head for CBS News, Ingrid Ciprian-Matthews Ciprian-Matthews, as Washington bureau head, is responsible for the newsgathering and administration of the network’s largest bureau, which also holds the “CBS Evening News” and “Face the Nation.”

Ciprian-Matthews has held numerous top management positions and led teams all around the world during her illustrious career. She is the current director of the bureau, and she has considerable news reporting expertise, having overseen coverage of several foreign wars, natural disasters, political events, and terrorist incidents.

She served as CBS News’ interim Washington bureau head from July 2020 until January 2021, and was in charge of CBS News’ campaign coverage, including the 2020 conventions, presidential debates, Election Night, and the CBS News Decision Desk. She directly reports to CBS News president and senior executive producer Susan Zirinsky.

Ciprian-Matthews has been an executive vice president at CBS News since 2018. She was previously CBS News’ executive vice president of strategic professional development, where she was responsible for the recruitment and development of off-air talent in order to attract and maintain the finest staff for CBS News.

Ciprian-Matthews worked diligently as a member of CBS News’ senior executive leadership team to shepherd new initiatives aimed at improving CBS News’ culture.

Ciprian-Matthews formerly served as CBS News’ executive vice president of news (2018-2019), senior vice president of news administration (2015-2018), and vice president of news (2011-2015), where she oversaw all day-to-day news coverage. She formerly worked as CBS News’ international editor (2006-2011), as a senior broadcast producer for the “CBS Evening News” (2004-2006), and as a senior producer for CBS News’ overseas coverage (2000-2004).

Williams joined CBS News in 1993 as a senior producer for live programs for the morning news and later became deputy bureau head for the CBS News London bureau (1998-2000). She previously worked as a senior broadcast producer for CBS News morning broadcasts from 1994 to 1998.

She was a field producer, assignment manager, and assignment editor for CNN before joining CBS News (1984-1990). She began her journalism career as a general assignment correspondent for the Spanish-language news program “Enfoque Nacional” on National Public Radio. Ciprian-Matthews has overseen coverage of major news events ranging from ethnic cleansing in Kosovo in the late 1990s to the bombings of US embassies in Kenya and Tanzania; endless wars and numerous bombings in Iraq, Afghanistan, and Pakistan; liberation movements and the Arab Spring from Tunisia to Egypt; Iran’s and North Korea’s nuclear threats; and deadly earthquakes in China, Haiti, and Chile. She has made a crucial and long-lasting impact in creating CBS News’ culture. She’s also served on the boards of the International Women’s Media Foundation, the News Leaders Association (previously the American Society of News Editors and the Associated Press Media Editors), the Freedom Forum Institute’s Power Shift Project, and the ViacomCBS Veterans Network Advisory Council.


Ciprian-Matthews is an Emmy Award-winning journalist who won the Alfred I. DuPont Award for CBS News’ coverage of the Newtown school shooting. Ciprian-Matthews received the Presidential Award of the Impact by the National Association of Hispanic Journalists in 2016, citing her exceptional news experience and deep commitment to journalistic excellence.



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