Sue Herera is an American financial journalist working for CNBC. Sue Herera co-anchors evening news show “Nightly Business Report” for the channel produced for U.S. public television.
- Birthday: 15 November 1957 (Age 60)
- Ethnicity: White
- Nationality: American
- Profession: Financial Journalist
Sue Herera Husband – Daniel Herera and Children
Sue Herera is married to Daniel Herera in 1984 after dating several months. Sue came to know him during her assignment when Daniel was working as a cameraman. After getting married, he followed his dream of joining medical science and finally earned a degree in 1999.
Currently, Daniel is working as a physician and is the father of three children; twin daughters born in 2004 and a son in 2004. They still seem as if newly paired couple and have been beautifully adorning their married life for 33 years without any rumors of divorce or extramarital relationships.
Sue was born on 15 November 1957 in Spokane, Washington, USA though she was raised in Brentwood, California.
Her father was a shoe retailer whereas her mother used to look after kids and house.
- Parents: N/A
- Husband: Daniel Herera
- Children: 3
- Marital Status: Married
Growing up in Brentwood, she completed her schooling at a local school. Following, she attended California State University, Northridge (CSUN) and graduated with a degree in journalism. She and her co-host Bill Griffeth were college-mate and graduated the same year from the same university.
Sue Herera Age – Height and Body Measurements
Sue Herera stands at a height of 5 Feet 7 Inches (1.70m) and weighs 72 Kg. Sue Herera has body measurements of 39-27-40 inches resembling hot hourglass body shape. Her curvaceous figure looks smokier in bodycon dresses and high heels.
Herera hasn’t gone through plastic surgery yet brags great natural breasts wearing a bra size of 36C.
Almost ready to celebrate her 61 birthday but she has perfectly managed to hide her actual age with her flawless skin and high-definition fashion style.
- Height: 5 Feet 7 Inches (1.70 m)
- Body Measurements: 39-27-40 Inches
- Plastic Surgery: N/A
- Weight: 72 KG (159 lbs.)
She wears a dress size of 10 US. And what gives her more vibrant appearance is her blonde hair and shiny brown eyes with an adorable smile. For fitness, she hooks up with yoga and light exercise and only grabs healthy food.
In her free time, Sue loves to cook for her family and invite a close friend for dinner like a typical mother. She also loves traveling and is a passionate photographer and admirer of nature. Writing also comes as her forte and tries to spill the ink during spare time.
Sue Herera TV shows – Nightly Business Report, Power Lunch, Market Wrap and More
Herera has previously worked for Financial News Network as a reporter and anchor. In the late 80s, she was hired by NBC News to work for its cable channel CNBC and that deal is still continuing.
Right after finishing college, Sue did her internship at KNXT TV (now as KCBS-TV) in Los Angeles. Subsequently, she started her broadcasting career with then-new television Financial News Network as a business reporter. While there, she covered various financial issues and the extremely technical up growing business.
- 1980- Hired as an intern at KNXT TV in Los Angeles
- 1981- Started working with Financial News Network
- 1989- Hired as a founding member of CNBC and as an anchor
As a milestone in her career, she was signed up by Jack Welch, CEO of General Electric as a founding member of NBC’s financial television network CNBC in 1989. She started to work for the channel as an anchor.
In 2004, Sue began anchoring network’s special international program “CNBC in Russia”. She also anchored “Power Lunch” from 2003 alongside Brian Sullivan, Bill Griffeth, and Tyler Mathisen. After the departure from “Power Lunch” in 2015, she started hosting the award-winning show “Nightly Business Report”.
During her tenure at CNBC, she has anchored other various business news show including “Business Center”, “The Edge”, “Market Wrap”, and “The Money Wheel”. Additionally, she also anchored “Business Tonight” until 1997.
Sue has spent over 25 years covering the issues for Wall Street and provided people important stories and events ruling the market and revolutionary interviews with major personas in political affairs and commerce of US.
She has also got a nickname as “The First Lady of Wall Street” as the first lady in broadcast business journalism and for her remarkable contribution.
Sue Herera Net Worth and Salary
Sue Herera is an American reporter who has a net worth of $8 million dollars. Her salary at CNBC and NBC are pretty impressive. Sue Herera’s million dollars worth is earned through her struggle and determination.
About to turn 30 years with CNBC, she has contributed a lot and equally gained mammoth good lucks and fame from the channel.
- Net Worth: $8 million
- Salary: N/A