Arwa Damon Married, Husband, Gay/Lesbian, Salary, Charity, CNN

Date: 04 May, 2017

Arwa Damon Married, Husband, Gay/Lesbian, Salary, Charity, CNN

A superb journalist and she have proven her worth every time she has worked in this field. Her fantastic presentation skills and ability to react at difficult times makes her who she is. She has more to achieve in the future, and she will do so in style. She is none other than the fantastic Arwa Damon.

She was born in the year 1977 on 19th of September, and this makes her age 39 at this time. She was born in a place called Boston which lies in Massachusetts of United States of America. She belongs to the nationality Arab American. The names of her parents are George H. Damon, Jr, and Joumana Damon.

Her childhood went very well in Wayland, Massachusetts. She went to Skidmore College to get her degree. Some major wiki sites have contents on her biography. She is not very tall as she has an average height of 5 feet 7 inches. She is a very attractive woman.

She uses her social networking profiles in contacting her fans and sharing her opinions. She has a very impressive 124 thousand followers on Twitter, and this proves how popular she has been on the site. She has already tweeted in the location more than 7800 times.

Talking about her personal life, she has not disclosed anything, and it is tough to predict. She does not look like a lesbian or a gay, but as she has never talked about her sexual preference, no random guesses can be made.

She might be dating a boyfriend of hers and might be having an affair. She does not look married, and this means she does not have a husband either. Some light must be put into her personal issues to know more.   

She has a very impressive net worth of 3 million dollars. She has worked very hard to achieve that kind of money. One main reason for her being so wealthy is her fantastic salary.

She is a senior correspondent for the strong news channel network CNN. She is also the current founder and also the president of INARA. INARA is a humanitarian organization, and it is providing medical treatment to refugee children from Syria. She is a heart winner, and her social work and charity like this prove it.  

Her trophy cabinet does a lot of talking. She won a very prestigious Investigate Reporters and Editors IRE Award for her fantabulous reporting work of Consulate attack in Benghazi. She reported this attack with Sarmad Qaseera. She has already won the mighty Emmy Award for the category of Outstanding Live Coverage of a

Current News Story- Long Form. In the year 2014, she won Courage in Journalism Award. This award was given to her by Women’s Media Foundation (IWMF).