Before getting her big break at CNN, Natasha Curry worked for several media houses where she reported and anchored various newscasts. To her credit, she has covered the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, the live coverage of Hurricane Irene and the 2009 Cannes Film Festival where she reported as an international correspondent. She worked at KOMO-TV as an anchor where she co-hosted its show Northwest Afternoon.
Moreover, while working for KYMA-TV, Natasha had covered a helicopter journey along with the US marines, right down to the bottom of the Grand Canyon to provide aid to the Havasupai tribes. Later on, she joined HLN and began working as an anchor of Weekend Express with Natasha Curry. She also appeared in Morning Express with Robin Meade several times as a substitute. At the end of 2008, she joined CNN's Headline News.
Natasha left HLN in December 2013 and remained out of the limelight for quite some time. After her departure, Lynn Berry took over the hosting duties at Weekend Express.
Apart from journalism, she has also participated in voluntary activities. She has volunteered for various organizations like Big Brothers Big Sisters and World Vision, serving homeless women and doing good humanitarian work in South Africa. Her salary and net worth information are not known. Even though her net worth has been not revealed, it is speculated that with her experience, she enjoys a net worth of hundred thousands of dollars.