Sue Herera

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Journalist (1957)
Wed May 26 2021
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American journalist, Sue Herera is notable as the Breaking News Anchor for the world's leading business news network, CNBC. She is also the co-anchor of the news show, Nightly Business Report with Susie Gharib, and Tyler Mathisen. She frequently appeared as the guest hostess in the news TV series, On the Money.

Sue was born as Susan McMahon on 15th November 1957 in Spokane, Washington, United States. Moreover, she holds American citizenship and hails from a white ethnicity/race. Apart from this, she is a married woman.

Herera & Daniel's Marital Life

Sue Herera is happily married to Daniel Herrera, who holds a Doctor of Medicine degree. The duo tied the knot in an intimate ceremony in 1984, in which they welcomed their close relatives and friends.

Sue Herera and her husband, Daniel Herera
Photo: The journalist Sue Herera with her spouse, Daniel Herera. 
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The pair are together for many decades, and still, they're fond of sharing quality time. The couple also celebrating their 37th marriage anniversary blissfully as of 2021 without involving in any rumors related to the separation.

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Family with Daniel

The married couple is the proud parents of three beautiful children. They first adopted twins daughters, Jacqueline Herera and Victoria Herera in 2002who are actually from China.

Sue along with her adopted daughter.
Photo: Sue Herera with her daughter.

Three years later, the pair announced they were expecting a baby and welcomed their first son, Daniel in 2005. As of now, the family of five is living a blissful married life in Los Angeles.

How the Married Pair First Met?

The sweethearts met for the first time in Los Angeles during the set of FNN when Daniel was working as a television news cameraman in 1981. They further started working on an assignment and began dating for a while.

Sue Herera and her spouse, Daniel Herera attended Autism Speaks Benefit Dinner
Picture: Sue Herera with her husband, Daniel Herera at Pier 60 on 9th May 2006 in New York City, New York. 
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After dating for two years, Daniel gave an astonishing marriage proposal to Sue during their time on the FNN network in 1983. They, furthermore, got engaged in March 1999 and the rest is now history.

Net worth - $8 Million

Sue Herera has a net worth of $8 Million as of 2021. Similarly, she earns a subsequent salary from her profession. According to Paysa, an experienced journalist makes $68,563 at CNBC.

Herera currently serves as a news anchor in the television news series, Nightly Business Report with Susie Gharib, and Tyler Mathisen. Likewise, Aditi Roy is also serving at CNBC where Herera reports.

Featured in Several Hit Films

Sue Herera made her debut appearance in the American drama film, Nubile Nuisance in2006. She portrayed as a newscaster under the direction of David B. Wilson alongside Taylor Mead and C. Davis Smith.

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Herera featured as Nancy in the 2010 drama movie, Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps, which received mixed reviews 6.2 out of 10 by the film critics. The film grossed $52.4 million domestically and $82.3 Million from other territories for a worldwide total of $134.7 Million, against a production budget of $70 Million.

As an Author

Sue Herera wrote a book, Women of the Street: Making It on Wall Street -- The World's Toughest Business, which rated out of by the readers. In this book, Herera expresses a provocative, up-close look at some of the most powerful and influential women on the street who became a successful journalists.

The cover of Women of the Street: Making It on Wall Street -- The World's Toughest Business
Cover: Sue Herera wrote a book, Women of the Street: Making It on Wall Street -- The World's Toughest Business. 
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The price of Sue's book costs $33.95 on hardcover that includes three new ($9.88) and 20 used ($8.10). Similarly, it also listed on the price at $20.25, but you can save $8.70 (30%) by purchasing in paperback, which includes ten new ($9.50), and 11 used ($8.05).

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Grabbed the Attention as a Journalist

Sue Herera started working as an intern at the KNXT TV (KCBS-TV) station after graduating from California State University, Northridge. Then, she served as an associate producer and contributor for the Financial News Network (FNN) in 1981.

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Herera is a member of founding NBC's business pay news channel, CNBC, in 1989. Since then, she is serving as a news anchor as well as a correspondent for many TV `shows, including NBC Nightly News with Lester HoltMarket Wrap, The Money Wheel, and many more.

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