Clarissa Ward CNN Bio, Age, Wiki, Husband, Family, Net Worth

Clarissa Ward Profile

Clarissa Ward is an American Correspondent and Author, working for CNN in the capacity of a senior correspondent. She was previously working at ABC in New York before joining the station.

Clarissa Ward
Clarissa Ward

Clarissa Ward CNN

Although she will continue to be based in London, CNN announced on September 21 that Ward would be joining the network and reporting for all of CNN’s platforms. She presented the situation in Aleppo, which is presently engaged in a civil war, at a meeting of the United Nations Security Council based on her more than 10 years of experience as a war correspondent.

Over the course of her four years as a foreign correspondent for 60 Minutes, she consistently contributed. Christiane Amanpour was replaced as CNN’s chief foreign correspondent by Ward after the network decided to promote her in July 2018.

Clarissa Ward Age

She was born on January 31, 1980, in New York City, U.S. She is 43 years of age as of 2023.

Clarissa Ward Family

American journalist Clarissa is Caucasian and of European descent. Her ancestors originated in the United States. Ward’s family tree includes ties to both London and New York. She has not yet divulged additional information about her upbringing, including information about her parents and siblings, nor has she discussed other aspects of her life.

Clarissa Ward Height

Ward stands at an average height of 5ft 7in.

Clarissa Ward Husband

Since Ward has not provided any information regarding her marital status, it is impossible for us to determine whether she is married, in a relationship, or single at this time. As soon as this material is made available to the general public, it will be brought up to date.

Clarissa Ward Education

She earned a master’s degree in English from Middlebury College in addition to her bachelor’s degree in English from Yale University.

Clarissa Ward Languages

French, Mandarin Chinese, Arabic, Italian, Russian, Spanish, and Spanish are just a few of the seven different languages in which Clarissa is fluent.

Clarissa Ward ABC

From October 2007 through October 2010, Ward served as a correspondent for ABC News, which has its Moscow bureau. For all ABC News programs and platforms, including “World News with Charles Gibson,” “Nightline,” and “Good Morning America,” in addition to ABC News Radio and ABC News Now, Ward contributed coverage from Russia. Moreover, Ward reported on Russia for ABC News Now.

As part of her responsibilities in Russia, she was assigned the role of covering the Russian presidential elections. She was present in Georgia at the time of Russia’s incursion into Georgian territory, which occurred at that time. After that, she was given the opportunity to report on the 2011 earthquake and tsunami that hit Japan from the Thoku region as the ABC News Asian Correspondent in Beijing. She has also written on the conflict in Afghanistan.

Clarissa Ward CBS News

Ward started working for CBS in October 2011 after being appointed as a correspondent for the network’s global coverage. In addition to filling in as an anchor for CBS This Morning, she started working as a contributor for 60 Minutes in January 2014.

Clarissa covered a wide range of important international news events, including the Syrian Uprising, Chen Guangcheng’s stay at the American Embassy in Beijing, and the subsequent talks between the United States and China. She also covered the 2014 Ukrainian Revolution.

Clarissa’s first piece for 60 Minutes, which aired in 2012, was one of the first exposes on the development of Islamic extremism among resistance members. She and her team traveled to Aleppo, Syria, where they were subjected to sniper fire and aircraft bombardments.

While recording in the same location where CBS correspondent Lara Logan had been sexually assaulted a few years earlier, Clarissa reported on the unrest in Egypt in July 2013. In 2011, Lara Logan had experienced a sexual assault in Egypt. In order to conduct interviews with two Western jihadis on how they became radicalized and what caused them to take that road, Clarissa undertook a clandestine trip back to Syria in October 2014. The two jihadis were a young American man and a former Dutch soldier.

Clarissa Ward Awards

On May 21, 2012, in New York City, Clarissa received a George Foster Peabody Award in recognition of her reporting from inside Syria during the Syrian uprising. Her work was praised for its quality. Washington State University announced in October 2014 that Clarissa would receive the 2015 Edward R. Murrow Award for International Reporting in April 2015.

Along with two Emmy Awards, an Alfred I. DuPont-Columbia Silver Baton, and other honors, Clarissa has also been recognized by the Radio and Television Correspondents’ Association.

Clarissa Ward Aleppo

Ward gave an account of the situation as it stands in Aleppo. She mentioned that the summer of 2012 was when she first visited Aleppo, and she remembers the journey there. Ward recalled how power diminished the closer you went to the city and how they proceeded in nervous silence with this unsettling blackness all around them. She also remembered that there was a great deal of fighting.

However, you could hear sounds as you got closer, particularly the sounds of shelling. Initially a muffled thump, then a rise in volume,
After some hours, they landed in the neighborhood of Aleppo at a place called Hraytan. By this time, the sound of artillery falling was only a few hundred meters distant from us, having gone from a faint thud.
The house where we were staying was filled with many Syrian families who were welcoming them as guests, so they hastily packed their bags and hurried down into the basement.

At after two in the morning, the shelling finally stopped after what felt like an age. They went to bed exhausted. At five in the morning, only a few hours later, the planes started buzzing overhead. When you hear those jets, you immediately experience a sinking sensation in the pit of your stomach because you know that something terrible is about to happen but are unsure of the location. It is incredibly challenging to describe this feeling.

You are completely immobile.
My driver, Ayman, a Syrian from Tal Rifaat, gazed at her as she turned to look at the rest of her coworkers. He looked them in the eyes and sort of shrugged before saying, “Allahu A’lam” (only God knows).

They were both conscious at that particular moment that they possessed zero capacity to repel the danger.
After a little while, the room started to tremble as a barrel bomb was dropped from the plane, and you could hear the doctors discussing other barrel bombs nearby. Although it appeared that a medical facility was the intended target, the bomb did not go off as planned and instead hit a residential area. After seeing the extent of the wreckage in the city later in the day while they were driving there, Ward was utterly surprised.

Clarissa Ward Greenland

Ward from CNN traveled to Greenland to look into the effects that the melting ice sheet is having on the levels of the coastal seas for the report titled “Global Warning: Arctic Melt.”

Clarissa Ward Nationality

She is An American. Having been born in New York City, U.S., and raised there.

Clarissa Ward Salary

Ward’s annual salary falls somewhere in the range of $70,000 and $90,000 on average.

Clarissa Ward Net worth

It is estimated that Ward‘s net worth falls somewhere in the range of $700,000 to $5 million. Her primary source of financial support comes from her work as a television personality.