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Sara Eisen's discussing emerging markets on CNBC​'s Squawk on the Street

Sara Aliza Eisen is an American business news anchor. ​She currently co-anchors Squawk on the Street​ and Worldwide Exchange​ on CNBC​. [2]

Early Life

Sara Eisen grew up in a practicing Jewish​ family in Cincinatti, Ohio​. Her father Dr. Drore Eisen is a dermatologist​ in Cincinnati and is also a founder and the medical director​ of CDx Diagnostics, a laboratory​ specializing in cancer​ detection and cancer prevention​, in Suffern, N.Y. Sara Eisen's mother Dr. Jane Eisen is a retired pediatric dentist​. [3]

 

Sara attended the Wisconsin chapter of Camp Ramah a Jewish summer camp that operates  in the​​ United States, Canada, and Israel. The camp's alumni include Ben Bernanke​, Wolf Blitzer​, Michael Dell, and Jake Tapper​. At the camp she was involved in theater and dance. She later joined the staff of Camp Ramah working as an aerobics instructor​ for two years. [8]

Personal Life

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Photo of Sara Eisen and her husband Matthew Levine [3]

Sara Eisen is the wife of Matthew Levine a managing editor at Bloomberg Televison​. The family lives in New York City​ and have two children together. [6]

 

On May 29, 2016 Sara Eisen married Matthew Stone Levine at Weylin B. Seymour’s, an event space in Brooklyn​. Rabbi Gavriel Bellino officiated the marriage.  The couple met while they were both working at Bloomberg TV. [3]

 

Sara Eisen enjoys eating out at restaurants in New York City, some of her favorites include, Santina, Franny's, and o ya. [5]​ She also enjoys listening to the music of Kendrick Lamar​, Robyn​, Charli XCX​ and Kesha​. When at home she watches little financial news instead watching shows like The Bachelor​ with her husband. [19]

Career

ForexTV.com

Sara Eisen started her career in business journalism​ after taking an internship broadcasting at a startup website named ForexTV.com during her undergrad. ForexTv.com was a site dedicated to covering the foreign exchange market and currencies. It was here where, she gained a passion for Forex​. [5]

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Sara Eisen discussing the Republican Party presidential debates, 2012​ on Bloomberg TV​ [19]

Bloomberg TV

After finishing her undergrad Sara Eisen continued with her education studying business journalism​ at Northwestern University​'s Medill School of Journalism​. While studying at the school she interned at Bloomberg Television​ in Hong Kong. In this role, she did behind-the-scenes production, writing and editing packages, and general production assistant work while there. She was based  in Hong Kong for about four months, and I got to traveled around the region. She also went to the Philippines​ where she reported on stories like 2008 global rice crisis​. [5]

 

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Bloomberg's Sara Eisen reports on the outlook for the euro.

After graduation Sara Eisen moved to New York City​ to join Bloomberg TV full time as a production assistant​ in 2008, during the middle of the Great Recession​. She often contributed to stories about the US dollar​ at this time which was surging. While working as a production assistant she also started covering currencies for Bloomberg Radio​ where she would do a daily one-minute currency update everyday. After her success on Bloomberg Radio she started covering currencies on Bloomberg TV. [5]

 

Sara Eisen later co-anchored Bloomberg Surveillance along with Tom Keene (Bloomberg)​. During this time she started covering more international stories including the European debt crisis​, interviewing top political leaders and finance ministers. She also covered the aftermath of the 2011 Tōhoku earthquake and tsunami​ and the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear disaster​ on the ground in Japan​. [7]

Wardrobe Malfunction

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GIF of Sara Eisen's wardrobe malfunction on Bloomberg TV

On Monday, May 14, 2012 Sara Eisen was caught with her skirt hiked up during a Bloomberg TV segment. She had been adjusting the sizable battery pack for her microphone, located below her waist, when her colleague on-camera had some technical difficulties and, to avoid dead air, a cameraman unexpectedly panned over to Eisen in mid-adjustment. Sara immediately pushed her skirt back down and recovered her composure and gave a run-down on the Spanish banking situation. [17]​ [14]

 

Videos and GIFs of the incident went viral receiving over 13,000 upvotes on Reddit​ and other meme sites. The incident was also covered in outlets including the Daily Dot [14]​​, Daily Mail[15]​, and Gizmodo[16]​. 

CNBC

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CNBC​'s Sara Eisen reports there is some relief in emerging markets​ today but recovery is going to be an uphill battle.

Sara Eisen joined CNBC in December 2013 as a correspondent focusing on the global consumer. She is co-anchor of the 10AM ET hour of CNBC's Squawk on the Street​ (M-F, 9AM-11AM ET), broadcast from Post 9 at the New York Stock Exchange​. [2]


In January 2016, Eisen was named co-anchor of CNBC's Worldwide Exchange (M-F, 5AM-6AM ET), which broadcasts from CNBC Global Headquarters in Englewood Cliffs, NJ​. [2]​ CNBC anchors typically receive salaries of $600,000-$700,000 annually according to Glassdoor​. [10]

Writings

Sara Eisen edited and provided her commentary on "Currencies After the Crash: The Uncertain Future of the Global Paper-Based Currency System" a college textbook published by McGraw-Hill​ in January, 2013. [9]

Charity Work

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Sara Eisen speaking at a Room to Read​ charity event

Sara Eisen supports the Simon Wiesenthal Center​, an organization that teaches the lessons on the Holocaust​ confronting Anti-Semitism​ and all kinds of hate. She was inspired to join the organization by her grandparents who were both survivors of the Holocaust. [19]

 

She is also involved with Room to Read​, a charity that promotes girls' education ​and children's literacy in underserved communities in the developing world​. [19]

Education

Sara Eisen achieved her bachelor's degree​ at New York University​. [8]​ She later graduated from Northwestern University​'s Medill School of Journalism​ with a master's degree​ in broadcast journalism​ and a concentration in business reporting​. [9]

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