CNBC correspondent Sara Eisen doesn’t have a Wikipedia page, so read on if you’re looking for a biography on the Squawk on the Street host. Married to her husband since 2016, Eisen has also shared very limited details on her personal life.

Sara Eisen Wiki: Short bio on TV career

Sara Eisen was born in December of 1970, to Dr. Jane Eisen and Dr. Drore Eisen. Her father is a dermatologist and her mother is a retired pediatric dentist.

Sara was determined on pursuing her career in news from her childhood. She used to interview her family and relatives in different occasions when she was a child. She is living her passion right now.

Sara attended Medill School of Journalism and received her university degree from the Northwestern University. In order to hone her flair, she began covering business news while at college. Shortly, she started her professional career from Forex TV.

Sara Eisen playing in snow when she was a child, who would have known she would grow up to be such hot newscaster in CNBC.

Sara Eisen has been captivating the hearts of her audience with her pleasant conduct and personality since she stepped into the journalism industry.

Eisen’s confident personality is somewhat to be credited to her exquisite hourglass figure. She does justice to every look, especially the formal skirts she puts on for her work, which reveal her long sexy legs. She has a height of five feet five inches and a body measurement of 37-25-37 inches. 

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After spending some time at Forex TV, she moved to Bloomberg TV. Her unique presentation and eye-pleasing appearance helped her to become one of the prominent faces of the station in a very short period of time.

While working at Bloomberg, she covered the European debt crisis and interviewed several financial ministers and politicians.

Sara Eisen loves to wear short, body defining outfits, flaunting her sexy legs.

After gaining handful experiences, she moved to CNBC, leaving Bloomberg behind. She joined CNBC in late 2013 as a correspondent. As of now, she is co-hosting one of the station most popular shows Squawk on the Street. In early 2016, she started appearing as a co-host of Worldwide Exchange.

At age 32, she has a good salary and has earned a net worth of $300 thousand in less than a decade of service to the industry. 

Sara Eisen has a happy married life with husband Matthew Stone 

Sara Eisen is spending happy moments with husband Matt Levin

Sara Eisen is married to her boyfriend of few years, Matthew Stone. He has been serving as a managing editor at Bloomberg Television since  2011. After dating for a few years, Sara and Matthew had a beautiful wedding on May 29, 2016 among close friends and family.

The newly married couple are enjoying their free time, breaking into new trending places in New York. They don’t share any children yet.