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|Birth date:||November 15, 1957|
|Birth place:||Spokane, Washington, United States|
|Education:||California State University, Northridge|
|Nationality:||United States of America|
|Spouse:||Daniel Herera (m. 1984)|
|Books:||Women of the Street|
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Sue Herera Net Worth $45 Million
Television reporter and fiscal journalism anchorman Sue Herera comes with an estimated net worth of $4.5 million. She was born Susan McMahon on November 15, 1957 in Spokane, Washington but grew up in Brentwood, California. She graduated with a bachelor’s degree in journalism from California State University, Northridge (CSUN) along with her co-anchorman Bill Griffeth. After graduation, Herera was hired as an intern with KNXT TV station, now KCBS-TV, in la. In 1981, she was employed as a business news reporter by covering the exceptionally specialized futures sector for brand new Financial News Network and later anchoring in the program. In 1989, she was hired by Jack Welch, the CEO of General Electric, to work at NBC as one of the founding members of the financial television network CNBC, that was launched on April 17, 1989, as well as as an anchorman jointly with Griffeth. Herera earned the nicknamed “The First Lady of Wall Street” as among the first women to break into the world of program business news. With over 20 years of covering Wall Street, she’s provided viewers with a experienced outlook on important stories and dilemmas moving the markets, as well as groundbreaking interviews with leaders in politics and corporate America. In 2004, Sue Herera was the host and anchorman of the special international show CNBC in Russia, which handled Russia’s market and direction while contrasting the state’s successes with its difficulties. She won first place in the National Headliner Awards for the special. She was also the host of CNBC in India which earned her top honors in the Business & Consumer Coverage group. Now, Sue Herera is the co-anchorman of Power Lunch, which airs Monday to Friday at 1 p.m. She is the author of Women of the Street: Making It in Wall Street — The World’s Toughest Business. She has also hosted and helped make the CNBC special The Great Game: The Story of Wall Street. She was awarded the Distinguished Alumni Award by CSUN in 2003.