|Full Name||Sharon Emily Epperson|
|Birth Name||Sharon Emily Epperson|
|Birth City||Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania|
|Birth Country||United States|
|Father Name||David E. Epperson|
|Mother Name||Cecelia T. Epperson|
|Spouse||Christopher John Farley|
|No Of Children||2(Dylan Farley and Emma Farley)|
|Education||Taylor Allderdice High School, Columbia University,Harvard University|
|Date of Birth||April 12,1968|
|Married Date||August 30,1997|
American Television Correspondent Sharon Epperson is now working as a Personal Finance Correspondent for the news channel CNBC. She also serves at several news stations, including Today, NBC Nightly, and News programs.
Born as Sharon Emily Epperson on April 12, 1968, Sharon is the daughter of David E. Epperson (father) and a retired schoolteacher, Cecelia T. Epperson (mother). Her birthplace is Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States. Further, Emily holds American citizenship and is of African-American ethnicity.
Sharon is a married woman. She said ''I do'' to her boyfriend, Christopher John Farley on August 30th, 1997, among their closed ones.
For now, Sharon and Farley lead a blissful marital life without any sign of conflict for over two decades. Moreover, her husband, Christopher, is a Jamaican-born American journalist, columnist, and author who currently serves as an editor of The Wall Street Journal.
The husband-wife pair shares two kids from their conjugal relationship. Dylan Farley is the firstborn kid, while the second one is Emma Farley.
Younger daughter Emma has selected as a Youth Leader for STOMP Out Bullying in March 2019. Moreover, Epperson and John Farley often seen uploading pictures of their two beautiful children on social media.
Sharon Epperson is an American Television Correspondent who has a net worth of $1 Million as of 2019. She added her wealth mostly from her long-time career as a reporter.
According to Glassdoor, the average salary of CNBC is around $82892 per annum. Regarding her contributions, Epperson delivers all the biggest breaking stories all over the world with another co-anchors, Sara Eisen and Bertha Coombs at the same stations.
Along with a correspondent, she is also an author who has written the number of books. Some of the published books include:
Epperson started her career as a correspondent in Time Magazine from 1993 to 1996. While serving in Times, she covered social, cultural, and business issues in New York.
Since July 1996, she is working at CNBC. Initially, she began serving as a senior commodity and personal finance correspondent and later as a senior personal finance correspondent.
While working at CNBC, she also joined Columbia University as an adjunct international affairs instructor.
In 1999, Epperson was awarded the New York Festivals ' Silver World Medal.' Two years later, in 2001, she won the American Women's Foundation's Gracie Allen Award in Radio.
Sharon further received the 2003 New York Association of Black Journalists ' Trailblazer of the Year Award. The Association also awarded her an All-Star Award for Women in Communications in the same year.
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