Society has almost always depended on headlines on anchors, newscasters, and reporters. We are aware of what is going on both domestically and abroad, owing to their knowledge and experience. Although the media world was once male-dominated, the industry has been growing to become even more inclusive since then. Women had also seized power and prominence in the field of news reporting and became the faces of competence, strength, and trustworthiness. Some of the best and the brightest have been allowed to shine by industry leaders such as MSNBC and CNN. Just remember, it’s not easy to deliver the news. All these ladies are intelligent, qualified, and effective. Nobody knows, without a doubt, how to retain us as up to date and reviewed as they can.
You must be familiar with Natalie Morales if you watch Today, NBC News, and Dateline. Her enthusiasm for reporting about global relations began in her childhood, probably in part because of her parents. With her father, who had been an air force serviceman, she would go on trips abroad. She joined MSNBC in March 2002 as an anchor of a couple of news shows. She still works as an anchor on the network, and also a reporter for special interest articles.
Lilia Luciano, a highly skilled investigative journalist, public speaker, and reporter, has played a huge role in a variety of media. In the old days, she worked for CBS, the Discovery Channel, and ABC. She has also scooped up the Walter Cronkite Award for Journalism Excellence and GLAAD’s Outstanding Digital Journalism Award in the past. She is the anchor and news correspondent with Brian Williams for The Today Show, NBC News, MSNBC, and Nightly News. Besides that, she’s also a contributor to the Huffington Post and the TEDx series. No matter what she does, she shines brightly.
Mariana Atencio has managed to earn the care and recognition of both the American and Latin American societies with her bilingual skills. She has held positions with Univision and Fusion TV in the old days. In 2016, when she managed to grab an anchor and correspondent job at MSNBC, she officially reached the American journalism world. She has been the network’s only Latina correspondent back then. To this day, she still lays the groundwork for members of her community. She usually reports stories of particular interest that impact the Latino population. She also covers national interest stories, aside from that.
Calling Robin Meade a CNN institution is not really a big leap. She began to work on the network in 2011. Her beginning with HLN, her subsidiary, was on the 11th of September that year. It’s a day that filled everybody with sorrow. For journalists who recall what it’s like in the area on 9-11, it was much more intense.
Born in the Philippines, Frances Rivera relocated to Austin, Texas, with her family. At the time, she was also only three years old. She quite often needed to feel attached to her cultural identity, so for her degree in journalism, she chose to go to the Philippines. She has continued to work with a handful of affiliates on NBC and CBS in the past. When she received the chance to represent as the anchor of different MSNBC news shows, changed things for her. The agreement with the network began in 2014 and remains to woo audiences.
Now this British journalist is working at CNN as a producer and anchor. Bianca Nobilo was born in New Zealand and was raised there. She graduated from the University of Warwick with a bachelor’s degree in history and then a master’s degree in comparative politics at the University of London. She got lucky in 2013 when she landed a CNN job. She was a reporter and producer at first. Two years later, as the anchor of CNN Newsroom and CNN Today, she finally made her onscreen debut! She has worked since 2018 as chief correspondent and anchor of these programs. She also covers, among other things, special interest stories that rake in millions of viewers.
Sit tight till you know about Bolduan’s Kate. At George Washington University, she managed to earn her degrees in broadcast journalism as well as political science. She was not only that, but summa cum laude! She blew everyone away with her capability as an anchor for minor news affiliates after school until she got a job at CNN.
Hallie Jackson was born in Pennsylvania and did attend John Hopkins University. She hopped into a couple of reporting jobs after graduation. She after which made her way to MSNBC to secure a job. Although she has were only with them for a bunch of years, both the viewers and the staff have certainly made quite an impression on her. She is an important part of the crew of MSNBC Live. Things without her would be so different!
By joining the Seven Network as a political researcher in 2002, Kinkade launched her career. She was still in her sophomore year of college at the time. She worked her way through a number of TV and production positions after finishing her degree in technology at the University of Technology Sydney. That she was able to attract the attention of CNN was a good thing. She is now working for CNN Newsroom, CNN International, Connect The World, and The World Right Now from Atlanta’s headquarters and anchors. She is actually now one of the most in-demand talents on CNN!
She began working for ABC and NBC affiliates after Kristen Welker acquired her bachelor’s degree at Harvard University. In the old days, she also served as the White House correspondent for a couple of years. She appears to work both on weekends and weeknights on MSNBC’s live broadcast. She has recently been observed moderating the second Joe Biden and Donald Trump Presidential debate.
This successful lady does have a remarkable summary of her name. Rosemary Church, among many others, has earned degrees from the Australian National University in media and law. Not just that, but she’s also travelled around the world. She is among the most admired female CNN anchors at the moment.
Christina Macfarlane, born in Surrey, South England, earned her BA from the University of Wales in English literature. She then went on to study some more at Harvard and London University City. She has gained diverse opportunities in the field of journalism thanks to her passion for sports and travel. This includes serving as Pinpoint Global Communications’ producer and reporter and working on the Cricket Board of England & Walkes. She is now a famous London-based anchor and newscaster for CNN International.
Born and raised in Florida, Kosik grated from Nova High School and took up a degree in broadcast journalism at American University. Her ambition brought her to Corpus Christi, which is where she served as a reporter for a number of small TV stations. Thanks to her aspirations to be an anchor, she moved to West Palm Beach and sharpened her skills. These days, she works as a business correspondent and anchor for CNN. Alison Kosik often covers news about the New York Stock Exchange.
Long Island native Alison Morris took up sociology at the prestigious Yale University. She started her career with CNBC Europe in Paris. By July 2019, she was serving as an anchor of NBC News Now. In January 2020, she earned more responsibilities after earning the position of an anchor of weekend shows on MSNBC. She still works and travels as an MSNBC anchor and correspondent in Paris and New York.
Sarah Elizabeth “S.E.” Cupp is an American writer, journalist, and TV anchor. While she is passionate about dance and art, she was drawn to the field of investigative journalism. This opened doors for her to work at CNN. She was once a panelist on CNN Crossfire, but she stayed on as an anchor and host for the network even after the political commentary show was revamped. She is also the anchor of S.E. Cupp Unfiltered, which you can catch on Saturday evenings.
Here is another person on the list whose career did not start in the field of broadcasting. In 2002, Julia Chatterley first started in finance as an employee of Morgan Stanley. At the time, she had no idea that she was going to be one of the most in-demand anchors and journalists at CNN! She is now the anchor of a couple of shows on the network, such as First Move With Julia Chatterley and CNN International. It looks like she has found the best of both worlds. Her career allows her to combine her love of finance and broadcasting! We are glad that things worked out for her.
Nina Dos Santos
CNN also acquired another talented anchor in the form of Nina dos Santos. They hired her in the hopes of boosting ratings and enhancing content delivery. She went to Imperial College for school. At the beginning of her career, she was an intern. She was also an investigative reporter for some time.
This talented journalist was a foreign correspondent in Germany for a couple of years. She went to Georgetown University and earned her degrees in psychology and English there. It might seem like her education is unrelated to her current career, but she feels like the perfect person to deliver the news!
The Russian beauty was only a child when she left the country of her birth. As political refugees, the members of her family moved to the United States in the hopes of a better life. Even though her training had been in the arts, she had always been interested in journalism. Bianna Golodryga has since taken on a number of roles in networks such as CBS, ABC, and their affiliates. On CBS This Morning, she let the world know that she was going to change networks. She has been a host, co-anchor, and senior global affairs analyst for CNN since 2018.
After she graduated from Georgetown University, Sarah Westwood started to work for the Washington Examiner. Not long after that, she joined CNN to cover the daily briefings, interactions with congress, and cabinet agencies of the White House. She is now based in Washington D.C. She is a regular guest anchor for a number of MSNBC shows. These days, she offers political commentary in house and out.
This multi-talented woman works across a number of media formats. Caro Lee is an accomplished anchor, actress, and reporter who is best known for covering Wall Street Journal cover stories, White House affairs, and other pieces about social justice, foreign affairs, and politics. She has appeared on TV and radio in the past. She has offered her political commentary on SiriusXM, CBS, and NBC over the years. The reporter is a regular face on MSNBC and has anchored a number of shows.
This British-born anchor, journalist, and international correspondent for CNN has a degree in economics from the University of Sussex. Becky Anderson also holds a master’s in communication from Arizona State University. Right now, she anchors Connect the World with Becky Anderson and works as the managing editor of CNN Abu Dhabi. She is one of the highest profile female anchors on CNN.
As the youngest of twelve kids, Chris Jansing certainly knows how to voice her thoughts. Hailing from a small town in Ohio, she had plans to take up political science but later changed courses to broadcast journalism. It was the best way to perfect her voice. She now anchors Jansing and Company on MSNBC. In the past, she has reported for Today, Nightly News, and various MSNBC affiliates. She is also the senior White House correspondent for the MSNBC news network.
With parents and siblings like hers, Zain Asher did not grow up scared of the spotlight. She had her eyes set on a career in broadcast journalism since she was young. She left the United Kingdom to go into the American media. She is now the anchor of the weekend edition of CNN Newsroom. Aside from that, she is also a regular face on primetime business programs such as The Express, First Move with Julia Chatterley, and Quest Means Business. She has covered big stories like the Boston Marathon bombing in 2013 and the kidnapping of school children in Nigeria.
This Los Angeles native has degrees in international relations and journalism courtesy of the University of Southern California. Aside from that, she went to the exclusive Marlborough School for Girls in her youth. She has covered important stories such as the 9/11 terrorist attack and the presidential elections of 2000 and 2004. She now anchors MSNBC Live on Saturday morning. She is also the co-host and reporter of weekly MSNBC shows. She has been with the network ever since 1999.
Born in Atlanta, Brooke Baldwin went to the prestigious Westminster School. Ever since she was young, she had been interested in the field of international studies and journalism. She earned her degree in Spanish from the University of North Carolina and her journalism degree from the Hussman School of Journalism and Media. After some time, she got a position at CNN. She is now an anchor of CNN Newsroom and American Woman. We can’t wait to see what she does next.
Her fans were delighted when Christine Amanpour came back to CNN after she was offered a global affairs interview program of her own. It is called Amanpour. She is still known as one of the most talented female interviewers and anchors of our times. She has since inspired a lot of women!
If you watch the CBS affiliate in Waco, Texas, you have definitely seen Betty Nguyen before. She is best known as a successful morning anchor and reporter there. She has covered a number of breaking news stories like the Columbia disaster. As a matter of fact, this was what made people take notice of her.
Born and raised in New Jersey, Susan Hendricks graduated with a degree in communications from Arizona State University. Her dream was to make it big in the field of journalism. She decided to start her career with a small local station based in Palm Springs in California. We wish her the best of luck!
Even though Stephanie Ruhle did not start out with aspirations in the field, her unique career path helped her gain prominence on MSNBC. She graduated from Lehigh University and started working in the finance sector for almost fourteen years. After that, she decided to change gears. She now serves as an anchor and the senior business correspondent of MSNBC Live and Velshe and Ruhle. She is still active in her old field as an independent consultant to Fortune 500 companies.
It is not a stretch to call Robin Curnow an institution at CNN. In 2001, she kicked off her career in London by covering stories in Europe. Her luck had to do with being in the right place at the right time, as well as her ability to craft engaging stories. She had the chance to cover the death of Nelson Mandela, the World Cup, and other important events. She is now an anchor of CNN Newsroom, which you can catch at 6 and 7 p.m. on Friday. She is also an international correspondent and guest host in Johannesburg, London, and New York.
This American political correspondent was born in Wayne, Pennsylvania. She took up international affairs at Georgetown University and had an internship at NBC news. By November 2014, she was a regular anchor and political correspondent at MSNBC. She is a regular face on MSNBC Live and Bloomberg Television and writes for MSNBC.com. The network even gave her a talk show called Kasie DC. You can also catch her on Way Too Early with Kasie Hunt.
By 2012, Amanda Davies was working as a sports anchor for CNN. She is the host of shows like The Circuit and World Sports. These days, she covers special interest stories like the Olympics and the World Cup. She also covered stories related to the FIFA scandals and Lance Armstrong.
This journalist once worked for NBC News. She was also the White House News correspondent of the network. After Kelly O’Donnell graduated from Northwestern University, she kicked off her career by working at a CBS affiliate in Cleveland. She has since switched networks to MSNBC. She is now a regular guest anchor on Meet The Press, Nightly News, Today, and more.
After holding various positions on ABC and CNN, Kate Snow was more than ready to take on her future positions in MSNBC and NBC. She covered the presidential campaign of Hillary Clinton, as well as the 2004 Democratic National Convention. This helped her gain even more opportunities at the network. She is currently an anchor and correspondent on Dateline NBC and NBC News. Not only that, but she is also a regular anchor for Nightly News! She is still a special interest correspondent of MSNBC, always lending her talents to news programs on both networks.
At the start of her career, Hala Gorani worked as a reporter for French Press. She then moved on to France 3 and, later, Bloomberg Television in London. In 1998, she finally joined the staff of CNN. She is an anchor for shows like Hala Gorani Tonight, CNN International, and Your World Today with Jim Clancy. She works at both the Atlanta and London offices of the network.
Born in Pakistan, Tahzeen Ahmad had academics for parents. The family often shuttled back and forth between Britain and Pakistan in her youth. She went to Weald College and the University of London. Until she passed away in November 2019, she had been working for the BBC and MSNBC affiliates in London as co-host and anchor of special interest shows. She died after a battle with cancer.
Born and raised in Minnesota, Poppy Harlow attended the Blake Preparty school and took up a degree in political science at Columbia University. She was an intern at a number of CBS news affiliates during her college years. Her goal was to make it big in primetime television. She got her big break when CNN asked her to be an anchor on a number of programs such as CNN International, CNN Newsroom, and New Day. As always, she is a solid and stable presence on TV.
This New York University alum has an excellent work ethic. Dara Brown lucked out in the field of journalism, but most of this has to do with talent! She has since become the face of American reportage and journalism. These days, she is a producer and news anchor for a number of MSNBC programs. You can catch her on First Look on MSNBC and Early Today on NBC.
After 2000, Stephanie Gosk launched her career by joining ABC News in New York City. Six years later, she took on the offer of NBC to be their London correspondent. This was how she got the chance to cover the death of Osama bin Laden, LGBTQ issues in Russia, and the Sochi Olympics. She works at MSNBC, most notably on Today, NBC News, MSNBC Nightly News, and other current events shows. She lives in New York with her wife Jenna Wolfe and their two kids.
In 2003, Erica Hill got to join CNN Headline News. Not only does she cover special interest topics, but she was also the co-anchor of Prime News with Erica Hill and Prime News Tonight. She was briefly employed by NBC and CBS, but she ultimately returned to CNN. To this day, she continues to work at the network in a variety of anchor and co-anchor positions.
An award-winning TV journalist, Leanne Greg has an extensive background in production and reporting. She has worked on a number of high-profile stories. In the past, she has covered six Olympic games and a number of political campaigns. She is currently employed by both MSNBC and NBC as both an anchor and special interest correspondent.
Born in Chicago, Laura Jarrett had close ties to politicians. We are sure that this has helped open doors for her. For one thing, her mother was one of the senior advisors of President Barack Obama. She graduated from Chicago High School. After that, she went to Harvard University for her degree in law.
In 2005, Catie Beck launched her career in journalism after graduating with a degree in broadcast journalism from American University. She worked at small stations for a number of years until she got her big break with MSNBC. By January 2017, she took on the role of anchor and correspondent for Nightly News. She continues to work in the same field with her natural grace and integrity.
When she was young, Brianna Keilar moved to the United States from Australia. This is why she grew up in Orange Country and attended Mission Viejo High School. She obtained a dual degree in psychology and mass communications from the University of California Berkeley. She started out as an anchor for CNN in Washington D.C. and later became its official White House correspondent! She has covered high-profile stories such as the rollout of Obamacare. She now anchors CNN Right Now.
At the beginning of her career, Kelly Cobiella was a weather reporter out of Grand Junction, Colorado. She rose through the ranks until she landed an anchor position at a local station in Miami. For a few years, she read the evening news. She ended up moving on to MSNBC and has been a regular MSNBC Live anchor since 2014. Among other things, she covers stories like the Libyan revolution and the Camp Bastion attacks. She has received critical acclaim for her work at the network. She even has an Emmy for Outstanding Business and Economic Reporting, as well as a Peabody Award.
This Houston native went to Georgetown University. Melissa Knowles has degrees in political journalism and broadcast journalism from the prestigious academic institution to her name. She got her start as an intern at the BET network in 2013. She has since landed reporting jobs that then led to her job at CNN.
This woman comes from a family of entrepreneurs and business professionals. J.J. Ramberg earned her degree in English from Duke University and then obtained her Master’s in Business Administration from the Stanford Business School. She has worked for MSNBC and CNN and is now the host of Your Business on MSNBC. You can watch the show at 7:30 in the morning on Sundays. It focuses on giving small business owners practical advice and addressing current issues that entrepreneurs face.
Even though she went through a harrowing childhood, Joy-Ann Reid worked hard to achieve her dreams. She was orphaned at the age of 17 but moved back from Colorado to the East Coast to study at Harvard University. She has a degree in visual art and documentation in film. At the beginning of her career, she interned at a TV station in southern Florida. She has since enjoyed a number of roles in both radio and TV. In 2014, she joined the MSNBC team and went on to host and anchor a show of her own: The Reid Report. It is hard to deny how much charisma and talent she has!