Sharyn Alfonsi is a very well-known name in the field of American journalism. She was born back in 1972. She celebrates her birthday on the 4th of June. Holding American Nationality, Sharyn belongs to White-American ethnicity. For her education, she attended the University of Mississippi and graduated from there.
Sharyn understands the importance of being present in social media; therefore she is highly active on Twitter. Her fans and followers can see most of her posts and pictures from her life. She publicly comes in touch with her fans and let them know where her life is heading. She is followed by more than 100 thousand people and has tweeted almost about 500 times.
Sharyn Married, Husband
Sharyn lives a satisfied personal life. Well, she is blissfully married to her husband, Matt Eby. Regarding her hubby, she has not shared much information even though she flaunts his pictures time and again. In the year 2008, rumors surfaced out of Sharyn being pregnant. But in her part, she didn’t confirm the news.
While in 2010, she gave birth to her first baby, a boy and named as Whatt. Similarly, in 2012, she welcomed her second child, a daughter named Flynn along with her partner in crime.
Sharyn Alfonsi with her family on 4 June 2018 (Photo: Sharyn Alfonsi's Instagram)
Despite her demanding career, Sharyn takes out time for her family and maintain care and understanding among members. In her kids part, she enjoys spending time with them and make a memorable moment out of it. Also, she and her hubby often go for a vacation with the kids.
Sharyn got huge support and love from her family to pursue her career in the journalism field. Talking about where her career began, it was back in 1994. It was with KHBS-TV when she serves as a news reporter, photographer, weekend weather anchor, and an editor. Her career in broadcast journalism took an upward growth as she became a general assignment reporter for WVEC-TV.
Then it was between 2000 to 2003 where she covered interesting topics and incidents. She got to cover Catholic Church scandal, the Michael Skakel trial and The Station nightclub fire as a reporter and beginning anchor for WBZ-TV. Her years that went by struggling and exploring her professional career took her from CBS to ABC. It was in 2008 when she joined the network and began working as a correspondent for World News with Charles Gibson and Good Morning America. After that, she got several chances to anchor those shows later on as well.
In the year 2012, she moved from ABC News and returned to CBS again. Here in CBS, she joined the cast of 60 Minutes Sports. Later in 2015, it was on 60 Minutes where she made her debut appearance with an in-depth story about Fraud after Hurricane Sandy.
More than that, Sharyn delivered the commencement speech at the Meek School of Journalism and New Media, University of Mississippi. NPR named her speech as one of the best commencement speeches ever. Sharyn now has made it to the top of her career. And it helps her to garner good fortune as her net worth. As of now, she receives a hefty sum of $159K as her salary.