Campbell Brown Biography
Campbell Brown is a former American anchorwoman and television news, reporter. She is currently the head of global news partnerships at Facebook. She won an Emmy Award as part of the NBC team that reported on Hurricane Katrina.
Campbell Brown Age
She was born on June 14, 1968, in Ferriday, Louisiana as Alma Dale Campbell Brown. She is 50 years.
Campbell Brown Husband | Kids
She is married to Daniel Samuel Senor an American columnist, writer, and political adviser. They met in Iraq where she was on an assignment covering his daily news conferences. They exchanged marriage vows on April 2, 2006. Together they have been blessed with two children.
Campbell Brown Height
She stands at a height 0f 5 feet 3 inches.
Campbell Brown Early life
She was born to James H. Brown Jr., a former Louisiana Democratic State Senator and Secretary of State and Dale Campbell. She was raised in a Roman Catholic faith.
She attended Trinity Episcopal Day School. She later joined Louisiana State University after she was expelled from the Madeira school for sneaking off campus to go to a party. She attended Louisiana State University for two years before graduating from Regis University.
She taught English in Czechoslovakia for one year after graduating.
Her Journalism Career
She started her career in local news reporting for KSNT-TV the NBC affiliate in Kansas and then she reported for WWBT-TV an NBC affiliate in Richmond, Virginia. She also reported for WBAL-TV in Baltimore, Maryland, and WRC-TV in Washington D.C.
In 1996, she joined NBC and was later assigned to the Pentagon and covered the war in Kosovo. She also worked as the White House correspondent for the NBC News.
Campbell Brown 2000 Presidential election coverage
She covered George W. Bush, the Republican National Convention, and Republican party primary elections during 2000 U.S. presidential elections.
Campbell Brown Move to CNN
On July 22, 2007, she announced on Weekend Today that she would be leaving NBC News after 11 years working with NBC to devote her time to her family and expected a baby. CNN later confirmed that it had hired Brown and she would begin working for CNN in February 2008 and took the spot that was previously held by Paula Zahn.
She began anchoring CNN Election Center which ran from February to October 2008. In October 2008, the show was renamed to Campbell Brown: No Bias, No Bull.
Due to her low ratings, CNN released her from her contract. She later announced that she would be leaving CNN on May 18, 2008.
Her Post-CNN journalism
She began writing opinion pieces for various publications that included The Daily Beast, The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, and Slate. In May 2012, she published a New York Times op-ed which she criticized President Obama for sounding “paternalistic” when he speaks of women. She noted his repeated practice of describing women as smarter than men.
She appeared as a guest co-host of Bloomberg Politics With All Due Respect from the GOP debate from Milwaukee, Wisconsin on November 12, 2015. Facebook announced that she would be joining to lead the company’s news partnerships team in January 2017. She is the head of global new partnership.Campbell Brown
She co-founded The 74 in July 2015, a non-profit, non-partisan news site covering education in America. She derived the name from the fact that there are roughly 74 million children under the age of 18 in the U.S.
Campbell Brown Net worth
She has an estimated net worth of $8.5 million.