Canadian journalist Adrienne Arsenault is a senior correspondent at CBC News. She has won many awards for her contribution in the field, including the Commonwealth Broadcasting Association’s Journalist Of The Year in 2005.
Although her professional life is like an open book, Adrienne has concealed her personal life from the sight of the public.
Suspenseful Love Life of Adrienne!
Adrienne is famously private about her personal life; there are neither any substantial shreds of evidence regarding her dating life nor any statements about it by Adrienne.
Her social media also lacks the presence of any man that can be given her partner tag. Adrienne is dedicated to her career and stays determined to leave an imprint in the new industry, which may also be why she keeps her personal life low key with no sign of husband or boyfriend in life.
However, her low-keyness and absence of a partner have raised questions regarding her sexuality. Not having any sight of a boyfriend in her life has made people assume about her sexuality.
Many consider her to be gay whereas, Adrienne hasn't given any statement regarding her sexuality. Her being a part of the LGBT community will be a win for her gay fans, but Adrienne hasn't said anything about being different.
Whatever it is, Adrienne's fans want her to get married to a spouse real soon to get settled in life.
Adrienne Arsenault's Bio
Inspiring journalist Adrienne was born on 24 April 1967 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Adrienne is the daughter of Canadian television director Ray Arsenault and Bette Arsenault.
Adrienne stands tall at an impressive height of five feet and seven inches.
Nevertheless, Adrienne graduated from the University of Western Ontario in Art in 1990 and an MA in journalism in 1991. After her graduation in 1991, she started her professional career by joining CBC as an editorial assistant and a night assistant editor for CBC Toronto, where Rosemary Barton also served as the correspondent.
Research, preparation, and quick decision-making are skills that Adrienne has honed while reporting for the CBC, both as a foreign correspondent and national reporter. Her assignments have included conflicts, disasters, sports, politics, and human dramas.
Over the past decade, Adrienne has reported widespread flooding in Pakistan, political uprisings in Libya, and the tsunami aftermath in Sri Lanka. She believes that ‘Truth shouts at you when you reach the place where the event occurred.’
Moreover, Adrienne has won two Gracie awards for the outstanding female correspondent, a Monte Carlo Festival award for her coverage of the Zimbabwe election, and several Gemini and Canadian Screen Awards. In 2006, she was able to succeed Don Murray as the chief London correspondent.
Adrienne Arsenault on her Instagram post.
In September 2018, she also reported on the crisis of thousands of Venezuelan people fleeing daily due to inflation and starvation.
When CBC News learned that Ismail Khalil who was the pharmacist-turned-soldier, had died, the correspondent Adrienne wanted to pay tribute to the man she knew as the Lion Heart. Ismail was the man who served as her guide while reporting in Raqqa.
Due to her reflecting dedication, Adrienne has been awarded various awards like Gemini Awards for Best Reportage and Best News Magazine Segment. Besides, she was also honored by the Radio and Television News Directors Associations and American Society of Professional Journalists.
With all these prestigious awards and a successful career, Adrienne earns an estimated annual salary of $45K but, her net worth is not yet disclosed.