Lana Zak Biography
Lana Zak is an American journalist who works for CBSN, CBS News’ 24-hour digital streaming network, as an evening anchor and principal weekend anchor. Lana has won multiple Emmy, Peabody, Frontpage, Edward R. Murrow, and DuPont prizes during her career as a journalist.
How old is Lana Zak? – Age
She was born on the 29th of December 1979, in Bettendorf, Iowa, Korea. She is 43 years old as of 2022.
Where did Lana Zak go to school? – Education
She attended Bettendorf High School before attending the University of Iowa and earning a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and Journalism-Mass Communications (1996-2000). She has a master’s degree in Public Policy, International Security, and Political Economy from Harvard University’s John F. Kennedy School of Government.
Lana Zak Heritage – Family
She is a United States citizen. She, on the other hand, was born in Korea and raised in Bettendorf, Iowa, and thus has a dual identity. She later relocated to New York, where she now resides.
Who is Lana Zak Married to? – Husband and Children
Seth Andrew, an entrepreneur from the United States, is her husband. The pair married on 21 August 2004 in Providence’s Roger Williams Park. She has three girls and a son.
What is Lana Zak’s Salary?
She receives an annual predicted salary that ranges between $42,000 – $110,000.
Lana Zak’s Net Worth
Her net worth is predicted to be $1.2 million.
Lana Zak Career
Lana has covered big breaking news items for CBS, such as Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg’s death and the 2020 election results. New York City mayoral candidate Andrew Yang, Senator Lindsey Graham, and Interior Secretary Nominee Deb Haaland are among the politicians she interviews on a regular basis.
Then-Senate candidate Jon Ossoff told Lana that whatever the vote, he would “respect the election results.” Following the attack on the US Capitol on January 6th, House Whip James Clyburn made news when he told Lana that he thought the attack was an “inside job.”
Lana joined CBSN after working as a member of the White House Press Corps at ABC News. As a Washington journalist, she covered Presidents Trump and Obama, Capitol Hill, and the Supreme Court. In the run-up to the 2016 presidential election, Lana covered every battleground state.
Lana started her career as an anchor producer for Diane Sawyer before going on the ABC News Special Units as the coordinating producer. Lana’s work has appeared on television, radio, in print, and on the internet. While producing for Bob Woodruff, Lana made history by becoming the first female to climb the barrels of the renowned George Washington Bridge.